Trent Welfel never thought he would own a taxidermy business.
After being closed for a month, the Goliad County Library is back open, in full swing, with no COVID-19 restrictions in place. Patrons have access to all areas and services of the library, including the computers.
It was definitely a party atmosphere at the Goliad County Senior Citizens Center on July 9. The organization held its annual ice cream social, which was free and open to the public of all ages, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Finding a hands-on guide to history is a rare opportunity. The Goliad community, particularly students, ditched the textbooks this summer to experience “living history” at Presidio La Bahia.
New life is now pulsing through the veins of the historic Empresario Restaurant Building on the square in Goliad with the opening of The Water Well Cafe by owners Sammy and Jennifer Lopez.
I had to put out a call to friends and family this week to send in some recipes to help me meet my deadline. I had a sudden and very painful gout flair-up the evening before which kept me awake all night and Bil had to locate the walker just so I could get out of bed the next morning. The pa…
Wendi Yendrey watches her daughter, Ainsley Yendrey, play a game at the GES Fall into Literacy night Tuesday, Oct. 26. (Photo by Jason Collins)
Brandon Enos, Goliad Rotary Club vice president, hands a bag of Halloween treats to Leticia Hernandez, activities director at LaBahia Nursing and Rehabilitation on Oct. 30. The club donated 40 bags to the staff and residents of the facility. (Photo courtesy of Brandon Enos)
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Well something odd happened last week. A bag of Doritos came home with me from the grocery store. Two bags actually, and odd because I’m pretty sure I haven’t bought Doritos in at least 15 years or more.
After several months of waiting, our raised-bed garden is finally paying off. Our tomatoes are going crazy, our yellow squash is keeping steady and our red potatoes are ready to harvest. These delicious vegetables are the reason everyone needs to put in some kind of garden.
I'm becoming more like my late mother all the time. She was notorious for changing any recipe a friend gave her because she thought something else would taste better or because she didn’t have the exact ingredients on hand. The recipe was seldom improved by her efforts.
A couple of things came together last week that resulted in this recipe: