A leader needs two crucial elements to succeed in taking on any challenge. One comes from within, as a leader needs passion for his or her duty. The second comes with the passage of time, the needed wisdom and experience to make potent decisions.

In a hectic time, sometimes residents just want to get outdoors, away from the bustle of a hyper-technological world.

With a 2020-21 extracurricular schedule becoming a daily question for schools across the country, making it through a season is extra rewarding.

Although the holidays have come and gone in Goliad, the spirit of the season was felt at Goliad State Park & Historical Site during the month of December.

When asked to describe what it meant to be a part of a Golden Crescent Habitat for Humanity new home build, Goliad High School student Sydney Summerville said, “A house is where one has a feeling of comfort, safety and freedom. 

In picking a hospice center for area seniors, many factors are considered. A quality staff, skilled care and a comfortable environment can be a make-or-break for area seniors attempting to find a new abode.

Historic pillars which help draw attention to Goliad’s pivotal place in Texas history could be repaired and stabilized thanks to efforts by representatives of the city of Goliad and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

There will be just 156 chances to win a piece of history as Coastal Bend Crime Stoppers will raffle a pistol currently in use by a Texas Ranger.

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Because many of them are considered to be at higher risk of contracting COVID-19, the ongoing pandemic has cut off a lot of elderly people from the people, places and things that were once part of their everyday lives.

Bob Norment of Bastrop, Dudley Toelke of the Woodlands, who participated in an event on Sept. 12 at Presidio La Bahia celebrating the Kentucky Mustangs, pause to enjoy lunch at the presidio. The Mustangs served under the command of Col. James Fannin in 1835-36. See more photos in our Sept. 2…

Seven members from Boy Scouts Troop 60 were Goliad High School class of 2020 graduates. This is the largest group of scouts to graduate in several years. The scouts have been together since Cub Scout Pack 64, many of them since the pack was restarted in 2009 by Matt and Erika Bochat. Togethe…