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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

  • Jason Collins photoSeveral organizations were recent recipients of grants from the Coastal Bend Community Foundation. The Bee County Adult Literacy Council recieved $7,500. The Beeville Community Chorus received $4,000. The Boys and Girls Club of Beeville received $7,500. The Joe Barnhart Bee County library recieved $2,850 and the O.A.T.H. Program received $10,000.  Shown in this photo, from left, are Dan Thomas and Henry Trevino both with the Boys and Girls Club, Tammy Castillo with O.A.T.H, Cynthia Morrison with the library and Pete Martinez with the Literacy Council.
    Jason Collins photoSeveral organizations were recent recipients of grants from the Coastal Bend Community Foundation. The Bee County Adult Literacy Council recieved $7,500. The Beeville Community Chorus received $4,000. The Boys and Girls Club of Beeville received $7,500. The Joe Barnhart Bee County library recieved $2,850 and the O.A.T.H. Program received $10,000. Shown in this photo, from left, are Dan Thomas and Henry Trevino both with the Boys and Girls Club, Tammy Castillo with O.A.T.H, Cynthia Morrison with the library and Pete Martinez with the Literacy Council.
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  • Lillian Casper, board member of the Bee County Historical Society, puts finishing touches on the decorations that will highlight the Christmas Tree Forest at the Historic McClanahan House. By Wednesday afternoon, several groups were still bringing in decorations to spruce up the house and their trees for the public viewing.
    Lillian Casper, board member of the Bee County Historical Society, puts finishing touches on the decorations that will highlight the Christmas Tree Forest at the Historic McClanahan House. By Wednesday afternoon, several groups were still bringing in decorations to spruce up the house and their trees for the public viewing.
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  • Mary Perales holds tightly onto Lorenzo Guzman as they stand outside of their now burnt travel trailer. The door in the foreground is likely the only reason they escaped alive.
    Mary Perales holds tightly onto Lorenzo Guzman as they stand outside of their now burnt travel trailer. The door in the foreground is likely the only reason they escaped alive.
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