Tomorrow’s greatest scientific minds could be junior high school students in Beeville today.
Every town has its people known for special skills and talents. In Beeville, John Gutierrez is one of the residents known for making flavorful barbecue.
With a Democratic administration that has remained steadfast in its commitment to green energy set to take office in Washington, the uneasiness among oil and gas industry executives and employees alike is palpable across the state.
Criste Reynolds spent four years managing Jesus Maria Restaurant in Beeville, and throughout that time, a seed that had been planted in her brain several years before had continued growing as she soaked up as much knowledge about the restaurant industry as she could.
Five years ago, Gabe Alvarado was hired as G-P Middle School Principal to serve after the retirement of a trusted school leader – the late Xavier Barrera. Now, Alvarado has been selected to lead once again; this time, providing leadership as principal of G-P High School when another long-tim…
Bella, our boon companion of 13 years passed away last week. The mischief and the joy she brought us will be sorely missed. We planted a Texas Redbud in her memory and buried her under the stately branches of a live oak at the back of our property. She joins Colby, our first Dalmatian.
March marked 11 years since the release of Beeville’s first horror movie, SCUM. The film was shot in the city with a majority of the cast and crew coming from there as well.
The Beeville Art Association held its monthly meeting on March 19 at the Beeville Country Club. The program was presented by Shirley Wyatt on a December visit to the Berclair Mansion by the Spook Central group from Corpus Christi.
Loring Vinson is pleased to announce the engagement of her daughter, Katie Schlabs to Walker Bauer, son of Boyd and Starr Bauer of Beeville.
Dazzled Divas celebrated their grand opening with a ribbon cutting with the Bee County Chamber of Commerce on March 5. Pictured from left are Chamber board member James Scotten, Ruth Langenberg, DD owner Britney Horn, Tracy Florence and Cathy Black (chamber). Not pictured is board member Alb…
Like everyone else, I am really ready for spring. I have my eyes peeled for the first buds on the trees, for the first wildflowers on the ground. When I go for a walk, I first check the treetops for a haze of new green growth. I look at the bare twigs of the brush plants for signs of blooms.…