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Jason Collins Editor 361-358-2550 ext. 121

Biography

Jason Collins is the editor of the Beeville Bee-Picayune. He is also one of the video editors, photographers and journalists.

Work

Articles

Media

  • Commissioner Eloy Rodriguez voices his concern over a prior court decision to increase the pay of some employees in the tax and district clerk’s office. The department heads argued it was warranted because job descriptions had changed. To his right, County Judge Stephanie Silvas stood by her decision to approve the increase, as did the other two commissioners who voted for it.
    Commissioner Eloy Rodriguez voices his concern over a prior court decision to increase the pay of some employees in the tax and district clerk’s office. The department heads argued it was warranted because job descriptions had changed. To his right, County Judge Stephanie Silvas stood by her decision to approve the increase, as did the other two commissioners who voted for it.
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  • Jason Collins photo.Alicia Nathaniel spins one of the more colorful flags during color guard practice at Jones High School Friday morning. She and the others have already been rehearsing preparing for the upcoming performance and competition season. Practice on the field begins in August.
    Jason Collins photo.Alicia Nathaniel spins one of the more colorful flags during color guard practice at Jones High School Friday morning. She and the others have already been rehearsing preparing for the upcoming performance and competition season. Practice on the field begins in August.
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  • Mirella Escamilla Davis, county clerk, offered her appreciation to county employees and firefighters who helped clean up the water that flooded the courthouse basement Friday. Numerous boxes of old records suffered only minor damage in the flood.
    Mirella Escamilla Davis, county clerk, offered her appreciation to county employees and firefighters who helped clean up the water that flooded the courthouse basement Friday. Numerous boxes of old records suffered only minor damage in the flood.
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