Brenda (Britton) and Brandes Gremmel will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on June 3. The couple was married on June 3, 1960, in Corpus Christi and have lived in Pettus since 1975. They have two children, Elizabeth Shelton DDS (Ben) and Greg Gremmel MD (Sabrina); and grandchildren, B…

A caravan of cars helped Karen Knowlton celebrate her 63rd birthday April 23. The city’s first responders have been joining in these celebration parades throughout town since people cannot get out. Shown here holding up a happy birthday sign for Knowlton is Caden Cox. 

St. Mary’s Academy Charter School staff got together on April 29 for a photo to send out to the students, forming a heart and saying: “You matter, and we miss you. We will be here when you get back. Stay safe!” The photo was also sent to Human Resource Manager Jeanene Jones as a token as she…

CORPUS CHRISTI – Since March the COVID-19 pandemic has shut down live music venues, festivals and concerts all around the world, effectively putting hundreds of thousands of musicians out of work. But out of the dire straits this unprecedented situation created arose a new way to experience …

BEEVILLE – An exhibition of paintings, drawings, prints and collages by Houston artist Leamon Green, exploring the complexities of migration and African American identity in an increasingly globalized world, opens to the public with tentative dates set for mid to late April at the Beeville A…

Main Street Manager Michelle Treviño and city worker Victor Ortiz put snake plants as well as some donated aloe in planter beds between Washington and Madison streets downtown on Wednesday, April 1. “We are going for drought-tolerant planters,” said Trevino, noting the lack of moisture in re…

BEEVILLE – Kacey Russell of Beeville, a student at A.C. Jones High School, participated in the 42nd Texas Conservation Awards Program, and her senior essay entry won 1st Place out of all the soil and water conservation district entries in South Texas. The subject of the essay was “Where woul…