Chip Latcham Co-Publisher 361-358-2550

Biography

Chip Latcham is the Co-Publisher of the Beeville Bee-Picayune, Karnes Countywide, Refugio County Press, The Progress, Goliad Advance-Guard, San Patricio County News, The Portland News and Mathis News

Work

Articles

  • It simply was unavoidable. No longer can this community ignore the fact that an unseemly element ...
  • Among all the holiday happenings, tree lightings and candlelight concerts this weekend, we can he...
  • Seemingly it came out of nowhere, like a car careening out of its lane. At their meeting on Nov. ...
  • Seemingly it came out of nowhere, like a car careening out of its lane. ...and while we were dist...
  • Christmas arrived early for several area nonprofit organizations this year. On Friday, Nov. 18, e...

Media

  • Valero crew members help raise the outside and inside walls for the first home build for Bee County Habitat for Humanity. If the weather had cooperated Saturday, they would have finished most of the framing job.
    Valero crew members help raise the outside and inside walls for the first home build for Bee County Habitat for Humanity. If the weather had cooperated Saturday, they would have finished most of the framing job.
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  • Contractor Alfonso Garza’s crew begins pouring the concrete for the foundation of the first Bee County Habitat for Humanity home in Beeville. Workers were on site at 707 N. Berry St. early Friday morning. This Saturday volunteers from Valero as well as others will continue with the framing of the house.
    Contractor Alfonso Garza’s crew begins pouring the concrete for the foundation of the first Bee County Habitat for Humanity home in Beeville. Workers were on site at 707 N. Berry St. early Friday morning. This Saturday volunteers from Valero as well as others will continue with the framing of the house.
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  • Concrete contractor Alfonso Garza and his employees start the process of laying the foundation for the first Habitat for Humanity home in Beeville.
    Concrete contractor Alfonso Garza and his employees start the process of laying the foundation for the first Habitat for Humanity home in Beeville.
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