Promoting Beeville becomes a friendly competition this month, courtesy of a unique online opportunity.
Former Beeville police officer Greg Baron surrendered his peace officer license in a courtroom deal that saw the perjury charge against him dismissed by the district attorney.
Bee County Habitat for Humanity has announced that they will be accepting applications until Nov. 1 for a family who would like to partner with them. The application is for a new home build for the selected family on one of the lots the nonprofit organizations owns. They have built two homes…
The organizers of the Texas Mile event auto racing event scheduled for Oct. 29-31 in Beeville now have the answer to their request for financial assistance from the city.
The Livestock and Forage Committees of Bee, Goliad and Refugio counties are encouraging aging beef cattle producers to turn in a sample of their hay for analysis.
A continued look into using national funds was discussed by Bee County commissioners this past week, with talks ramping up on how to use awards from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
The Grand’s unmistakable and grandiose chandelier once again cast its glow upon a cage on the final Saturday in September with the return of amateur cagefighting after a long hiatus due to the pandemic.
Keegan Westmoreland (left) and Mariella Gonzales were crowned the king and queen of the Skidmore-Tynan ISD homecoming festivities before the Bobcat football game Oct. 1 against Monte Alto. Westmoreland went on to score the first touchdown of the game to help lead the Bobcats to a 38-0 win. (…
The Downtown Beeville Co-Op invites everyone to join them for the first Downtown Wine Walk on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 3-7 p.m.
Hernán Cortés’ 1521 conquest of the Aztec capital city of Tenochtitlán was part of my Spanish teaching when we studied Mexico, and I visited its ruins in what is now Mexico City many times with students I took to Cuernavaca for summer Spanish study.
The first norther of the season brought slightly cooler weather and spotty showers. I even wore one of my sweaters for a whole day, but now I’m back in shorts. It seems to have muted the intense heat of summer making it tempting to be back out in the garden.
The Bee County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center helps to promote local businesses, events, and community in order to draw more tourism to the area.
Coastal Bend College’s Department of Continuing Education has partnered with Ed2Go to provide a complete project manager with CAPM and PMP Prep non-credit program completely online.
South Texas Trail Riders Inc. will hold the Harvey J. Tinnell Memorial play day ride in memory of Sudie Camp Oct. 8-10 at the Bee County Expo Center. Families are welcomed, and the event open to everyone.