GREGORY – Cheniere Energy came to the aid of the Gregory Parks & Recreation Department, which was in need of funds to replace the picnic tables that were originally built 38 years ago.
PORTLAND – With big industry comes big rewards, not just for local business owners or county officials; sometimes it’s the local students, the future of San Patricio County, who benefit.
SINTON – Isaac and Shelby Holliday married nearly two years ago and moved into an old trailer. While they knew it wasn’t in the best condition, they figured they’d make it work.
MATHIS – Since 2018, outspoken breast cancer survivor Deborah Buchanan has spearheaded the ‘Pink Out Mathis’ event for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. She encourages all businesses and residents to decorate their building with any pink items to show their support.
TAFT – The Taft Housing Authority and police department have partnered together to make sure their annual National Night Out event will go on while maintaining social distancing guidelines and keeping the public safe. This year the coordinators are calling the event National Night In.
PORTLAND – The 14th annual International Female Ride Day kicked off Aug. 22 with Portland resident and Edward Jones financial adviser Elizabeth Ackman heading out for her first all-female ride.
SINTON – They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Sometimes one will do. Think - “rare”. While enjoying lunch at a local restaurant, Irma Cantu, director of the Sinton Historical Museum, discovered a rare photograph on display. Well, not just one – but four. The photographs are tintypes…
CORPUS CHRISTI – Last week the American Red Cross received a much needed crucial disaster relief grant of $50,000 from Phillips 66 in response to severe flooding and wind damage caused by Hurricane Hanna which struck the coast on July 25.
PORT ARANSAS – A court battle between the Port of Corpus Christi and Harbor Island in Port Aransas that spilled over from 2019 seems is now over as the two entities have reached a settlement.