For Karnes City High School’s district champion boys 400 meter and 800 meter relay teams, success hasn’t skipped a beat despite the young age of many of the athletes.
Runge High School’s track team recently competed at the District 30-1A meet, with several earning district championships and others also advancing to area competition.
Though the season ended in February, the Falls City Beavers and Beaverettes varsity basketball teams earned their share of accolades on the 30-2A All-District Teams.
Runge’s Gavin Gutierrez competed at the regional championship powerlifting meet and was the regional champion for Region V Division III. He advanced to state competition which was held in Abilene on March 27.
The Karnes City High School boys and girls track teams competed in the KC Badger Relays held on March 20. The Karnes City varsity girls and boys finished second overall.
The Karnes City High School girls track team took first place and the boys finished third in the Arlen Zamzow Relays held Feb. 26 in Three Rivers
FALLS CITY – On Tuesday, March 10, the Falls City Beavers and Karnes City Badgers met on the diamond in a rare, non-district meeting. In the end, the 2A Beavers defeated the 3A Badgers, 6-5.
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.
Before the Karnes City High School Highsteppers performed their 2021-2021 spring show, their Director Esmeralda Perales set the stage perfectly for them.
Birdseed, water drips and suet blocks have been great for attracting a variety of avian species throughout the winter. But now it is spring, and the breeding season has begun. Is there anything we can do to help the birds nest and raise young?
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…