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Shelby Dupnik, Karnes County Commissioner of Precinct #1, and Gretchen Dupnik have generously donated a park bench for the splash pad in Karnes County’s nature park, the Escondido Creek Parkway.
It’s become an annual tradition for Dean Williams – when the weather is hot, it’s time to travel to Karnes County to study horned frogs, also known as horned lizards.
It only took a few incidents regarding illegal immigration in Karnes County for Falls City officials to step up and host an informational session for their community.
The future of the Escondido Creek Parkway, including the park’s ownership and long term upkeep was the subject of a recent Kenedy City Council workshop that lasted nearly an hour and a half.
From left, Gaylon Oehlke, San Antonio River Authority director for Karnes County and Escondido Creek Parkway Oversight Committee chairman, accepts a $1,500 donation from the Kenedy 4B Corporation Committee members Gary Richards, president; Lajuana Kasprzyk; Cindy Saenz, secretary; Felipe Lea…
For the first time in 16 months, area seniors were able to gather and enjoy a day of fellowship and bingo during a Senior Activity Day event at the Columbus Club in Karnes City, and monthly events are scheduled to continue.
The 2021 Karnes County A&M Club scholarship winners were announced recently at the 2021 Aggie Muster. Recipients are (pictured from left) Taylor Voelkel, junior Finance major, daughter of Tim and Ronda Voelkel; Crystal Tam, junior Wildlife & Fisheries major, daughter of Pat and Joy T…
An unexpected visitor to the front courtyard gave this gardener a fright! He was beautiful in his own way but at seven feet long and in my courtyard all I wanted was for the Prairie King Snake to move along.
Golden anniversaryHarvey and Janie Menn of Runge celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 4. Their daughters Marcia (George) Flores and Debbie Gorubec hosted them at Saltgrass Steakhouse in San Marcos for dinner. Also attending were granddaughter Mikayla Flores and grandson Dylan G…
The members of the Progressive Study Club heard all about Puppy Love when they met at Barth’s Restaurant on April 7.
The Otto Kaiser Memorial Hospital Auxiliary held its monthly meeting in the Hospital Community Room on April 1, with 16 members present.
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.
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.