BEEVILLE – In a world that is growing smaller by the day – the result of technological achievements that provides opportunities to rub virtual elbows with people in every corner of the globe, Christus Spohn Hospital Beeville is doing its part in shrinking the world even further.
BEE COUNTY – Skidmore-Tynan High School and St. Mary’s Academy Charter School are participating in the Reforest Texas program. The planting activity takes place in early November, and each school will need 300 small pots and potting soil.
BEEVILLE – Twenty-four students are participating in St. Mary’s Academy Charter School’s STEM Science Fair Club which meets on Fridays.
BEEVILLE – Bee County District Attorney José Aliseda announced recently that the 13th Court of Appeals has upheld the early March 2018 conviction of a former Catholic priest here.
BEEVILLE – Those who appreciate the Second Amendment will want to obtain tickets for the Oct. 24 Bee County Friends of the National Rifle Association event.
BEEVILLE – A longtime South Texas surgeon will be providing new services in Beeville, filling a need for general surgery in the community and elevating the level of care at Christus Spohn Medical Clinic Beeville.
BEEVILLE – Anyone who has seen the signs at the front of the Bealls store at 2125 N. St. Mary’s St. knows the department store will be closing soon.
Beeville Publishing Co. publishes oil and gas permits and completions for the following counties on a weekly basis: Atascosa, Bee, Goliad, Karnes, Live Oak, McMullen, Refugio and San Patricio.
AUSTIN – Beeville ISD Trustee Terri Arthur joined 35 other school board members from across Texas Sept. 19-21 at the kickoff session of the Leadership TASB class of 2020.
I wasn’t surprised to get my property tax bill last week. Not this year at least. But years ago when I first stopped paying monthly into an escrow account, that infamous bill printed on Pepto-Bismol colored paper could be a shocker.
BEEVILLE – The Joe Barnhart Foundation kicks off the third annual BeeFest at the Beeville Art Museum this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Texas was claimed by Spain in 1519, when Alonso Álvarez de Pineda sailed along the coast and produced the first map of this region. It remained a part of the Spanish empire until 1821, when Mexico finally gained its independence from Spain. Then Texas was part of Mexico until the 1836 war re…
It’s been 10 years since the first “Zombieland” hit theaters and while it didn’t light the box office on fire, it slowly became a cult classic and a must-watch for zombie fans all over the world. At the time, zombies were back in vogue and the film felt inventive and fun with all its gags, g…
Phyllis Kennedy, Karrie Bartholomew and Sarah Gamboa stack small pieces of glass as they create what will be pendants, brocahces and wall-hangings of glass Wednesday. This is was a free event at Coastal Bend College for the community to come out and try their hand glass fusing art form.
October has arrived along with skeletons, bats and giant spiders. Can little ghouls and goblins be far behind?! I love this time of the year – after all I met the husband in October 54 years ago on Halloween. Oh my – does that make me old?