Tales of Old Bee County
Not that kind of grill
Yea, this is a car grill. Not those weird things people stick in their mouths to make them look like that guy from the James Bond films. Not sure of his name but I remember he was a big guy and lik...
We had chariot racing? Really? Someone, please start this again. It would draw a crowd from across the world I am sure. Mix it with the Texas Mile and that would be a heck of a show.
Crime is nothing new
Crime is nothing new. This car, occupied by Edward and Ivan Gomez and Jesus Rodriguez, ran off the road near Pawnee when someone fired several shots through the trunk and rear window, narrowly miss...
Yea, we just published one of these Saturday but we still don't have enough stories. It seems as though Beeville is a popular place for people to visit. Share your stories in a comment below.
Visit from Bush
Anyone recognize this man? Anyone there when he visited. Someone out there has bound to have a story with this one. Y'all share in a comment below.
Here pigiie, pigiie, pigie
Seems as though Hollywood is just now realizing that the south is rather interesting. we have been hunting hogs for many years now. Now American Hoggers makes it cool. Guess Louisiana feels the sam...
Old time trucking
My how times have changed. This old truck is a bit worse for wear but still running. Most car guys would probably still love to have it today. It would definitely be a head-turner.
Taking top price
Kind of a serious bunch of guys but, no one ever said cowboys were cuddly. "Belt buckle winners Earning the most points in both steer and calf roping competition in 1977 at Gomez Arena was Jeff Hun...
On to GW
It's Sunday so it's time for a roadtrip. This time it is over to George West. The George West Longhorn Band drum major and majorettes for the 1977-78 school year are, kneeling from left, senior Glo...
Bee Pub Co.'s Jerry Trevino shows his skill for AJ-TV as Bee Pub Co. catcher Whiteside is late with the tag. Umpire Jackie Bowman is on the spot while Jeff Johnson of AJ-TV awaits his time at bat. ...
Riding into the past
Ray Hallard, representing the Bee County Association for Retarded Citizens, presents a $100 gift certificate from Turnipseed's Boot & Show Repair to Trudie Dean, right, who walked 18 1/2 miles duri...
Toot and tote
For the second year, the 20-30 Club and Toot & Tote had to settle the city slow pitch softball championship between themselves. And for the second year in a row, 20-30 claimed the throne. The three...
Rnagers ride on
Meet the Bennet Rangers. Now this team is a winner. We know because they are holding trophies. Not sure what they won though. Anyone care to put a toss out a guess?