A Corpus Christi-based company is heeding Washington’s call to expand the nation’s clean energy resources.
Since 2014, Kenedy city officials have talked about the possibility of building a convention center, and after delays, dead ends and discussion, the idea is taking center stage once again.
Members of the Karnes County Commissioners Court are voicing strong opposition to pending legislation which they say would “silence county officials” in their efforts to monitor key issues and plans before the Texas Legislation.
Chip (left) and Jeff Latcham, former publishers of the Beeville Publishing Company, congratulate Dennis Wade (center), current publisher, on Coastal Bend Publishing Company’s first year of owning and operating the Beeville Bee-Picayune and its five sister publications (covering Karnes, Golia…
Some might have viewed it as an obstacle to progress, but for others, a historic oak tree that towered over the community of Helena was an irreplaceable historic treasure that met a sad and sudden end.
Safety concerns were the primary focus when the decision was made to remove a large oak tree at the intersection of Highways 80 and 81 in Helena, according to the Texas Department of Transportation.
A few years ago, being an all-state musician was the furthest thing from Michael Estrada’s mind — in fact, being in the band was something he originally wanted to avoid.
Although he’s only been with the Kenedy Police Department for about a year, Jesse Pham has already made a strong positive impact on the department, and was recently named officer of the year.
Since 1956, long before anyone in the area had heard of Wal-Mart or Home Depot, Falls City Supply has been a one-stop shop meeting the needs of both local residents and people coming from out of town to look through the store’s impressive assortment of items.
This is the third in my “timeline series” on the Nations family in Live Oak, Bee and Gonzales counties and area. We left off last week after discussing how the editor of the El Paso Herald could call Neal Ricks/Rix a “Bad Man” when telling how Deputy Rix was killed by Walter Nations. The fir…
Kenedy citizens Julie Shievelbein and Megan Schievelbein donated homemade masks to the Kenedy Police Department.
KARNES COUNTY – The ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has left a void in the sports world, with no timetable set for a return as of Monday, April 13.
A herd of deer sprint across 5th Street in Kenedy around noon last week. (Contributed photo)
In this day and age, social media is one of the quickest methods of informing the public with any news information.
Hello everyone! Spring is in the air! On Saturday, March 7, the Karnes City Community Chamber of Commerce held their 90th Chamber of Commerce Banquet. We along with our members would like to Congratulate the 2019 Business of the Year – Ovintiv (formally Encana), for the many hours of communi…