On Feb. 6, 1923 at approximately 7:30 p.m. a group of Karnes County businessmen gathered in the amber incandescence of the Karnes County Courtroom to discuss the prospect of assembling and outfitting a community fire department.
A horse barn is not a traditional location for mental health work, but Courage Ranch of Floresville is bringing their unique and proven method of equine-assisted psychotherapy to Karnes County.
Chuck Cook was named Karnes City's new head football coach and boys athletics coordinator.
As we get ready to finish 2022, Coastal Bend Publishing would like to wish all of our six counties a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Photographed from left to right are Publisher Dennis Wade, regional reporter Dylan Dozier, San Patricio editor Matthew Tamez, editoral assistant Jes…
Refugio County Sheriff Raul “Pinky” Gonzales said two RCSO deputies were justified in shooting a Woodsboro man at his residence on Dec. 6.
With the stoppage of construction on the main span of the New Harbor Bridge recently, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is taking steps to ensure the project not only continues as planned, but is safe once completed.
Project R.E.A.C.H. (Rural Education and Awareness for Community Health), implemented through the Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation, is an innovative community approach that expands options for substance use disorder (SUD) and opioid use disorder (OUD) services for rural Coastal Bend residents.
Just as the summer starts to wind down, area organizations have stepped up their games to provide a rich assortment of events that are equally fun and beneficial to fundraising efforts in Karnes County.
Thanks to the TRUE grant, Coastal Bend College will provide free EMT basic training to 25 individuals.
The 29th Annual Beaver Roundup was held in the Falls City Community Hall on Saturday, Aug. 6,with many former students and guests attending.
The Karnes County Soil & Water Conservation District is in need of a new logo.
The Karnes City Rotary Club recently announced that the Lonesome Dove Fest Parade is set for Saturday, Sept. 17, in downtown Karnes City.
“There is a snake on the back patio,” uttered my spouse. Indeed, there was a snake. The trespasser, and all critters not invited, in the eyes of my spouse are breaking unwritten rules and will pay the ultimate price for their transgressions. The violator of the unwritten rule was a checkered…
This morning I was “forced” to bake a breakfast bread as we were out of English muffins, the store-bought bread was down to the heel, and we ate the last frozen biscuit last Sunday. I really need to go grocery shopping.
The Karnes City Community Chamber of Commerce thanks the Love Thy Neighbor Resale for sponsoring July’s Senior Activity Day. Seniors enjoyed their senior activities along with light refreshments. Love Thy Neighbor is located at 201 E. Calvert Ave., Karnes City. Love Thy Neighbor is open for …
It has been so hot in the early evenings that we have avoided watching the darkening sky from our west-facing deck. My husband and I hadn’t seen or heard nighthawks in a few weeks, so we decided to brave the heat and listen for them just after sunset. No luck. The nighthawks seem to be gone.
A gathered crowd celebrates the 29th annual Lonesome Dove Fest. The 30th annual Lonesome Dove Fest Kickoff fundraiser will be held at Panna Maria Hall with food and drinks from 5 to 7 p.m., and doors closing at 11 p.m., July 30. A $30 ticket buys access to a live auction, $1 bucket game, mus…
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