Last year on July 4, first responders from the Papalote Volunteer Fire Department were called out for an emergency and began CPR on an unresponsive man.
Monthly sales tax revenue allocations for July were up 20% percent over last July, according to a report released by Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar.
County commissioners are finally moving forward with the help of legal counsel to correct HVAC issues at the Robert L. Horn Jail that led to the state listing the facility as out of compliance with state standards.
Raising awareness about human trafficking has become all Texans’ responsibility as federal, state and local law enforcement agencies face an influx of undocumented immigrants being smuggled and trafficked to various hotspots throughout the state.
Last school year was one of many uncertainties with topsy-turvy schedules to learning to learn in new and innovative ways.
Beeville Masonic Lodge No. 261 held two scholarship & awards ceremonies June 12 and 17 at the local lodge.
The husband and I journeyed to South Padre for a conference for commissioners and judges. The husband spent class time taking required continuing education credits needed to be compliant while I went on excursions to the turtle center, and the bird and alligator sanctuary.
South Texas Children’s Home Ministries has announced the following upcoming activities and invite the community to join them:
Oliver “Ollie” L. Morris, a lifelong Tuleta resident, will be celebrating his 100th birthday this month. Morris is a retired rancher and father of five who served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during WWII as an engineer I waist gunner on a B-24 Bomber. He is a deacon of the First Baptist Church…
After heading to Hollywood to work on a documentary with Corey Feldman earlier this year, Beeville’s Adan Gonzales is heading back to La La Land, this time teaming up with 90s hip hop icon Vanilla Ice. The big difference this time around is that he’ll be in front of the camera for a national…
The Bee County Board of Realtors recently presented teddy bears and blankets to the Bee County volunteer fire departments, including Pawnee, Pettus-Tuleta, Papalote, Skidmore and Tynan VFDs, at Referees Sports Bar and Grill on Tuesday, June 29. The board each year selects an organization to …