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Members of the community gathered on Oct. 15 to enjoy a nice game of bocce, hosted by Nick Ottensman. Ottensman was inspired by Gentlemen of Bocce, a similar event held in Victoria each year. He noted how fun and engaging the event was and endeavored to bring a similar event to Beeville usin…

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A new company broke ground at the Chase Field Industrial Complex on Oct. 19. Neo Industries is a critical supplier for Steel Dynamics, which has its own plant in Sinton. Neo Industries has been in talks with the Bee Area Partnership and the Bee Development Authority for several months. Initi…

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Lady Liberty’s torch has gone missing. While the reason behind the disappearance may be rather mundane, it has now resulted in an effort between Bee County and private citizens to restore the statue to its original design.

The Bee County Junior Livestock Homemakers Show continued to receive support from Bee County during the regular Commissioners Court meeting held on Oct. 11. The commissioners approved a request from the BCJLHS to purchase portable cattle panels for use in the expo horse arena.

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Donna Richmond kicked off October with a children’s helmet giveaway during National Night Out. The Beeville Stinger’s Bicycle Club teamed up with an organization known as Helmets from Javi. This non-profit was formed after the death of Javier Garicia, who died in a biking accident. Ramona Ga…

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A video depicting an incident of violent bullying at Moreno Junior High School made its way to Facebook on Oct. 1, prompting a massive discussion between parents and a campaign for justice from Desiree Trevino for her son, Jayden Trevino.

On Oct. 6, the Flournoy Park Butterfly Garden celebrated their finished bee sculpture from the Coastal Bend College Scholarship Program. Susan Crumrine purchased the naked bee in honor of her late husband while Sarah Gremmel and Susan Fields painted the sculpture with butterflies and flowers…