CORPUS CHRISTI – Earlier this month, the Gonzales family from Mathis was in court asking Judge Nelva Ramos to consider an injunction that would allow Cesar and Diego Gonzales to participate in Mathis ISD extracurricular activities.
EDMOND, Okla. – Recently returning from the 2019 Parapan American Games in Peru and earning gold with the U.S. Women’s National Sitting Volleyball Team, Jillian Williams discussed her experience with the team and training for the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo.
PORTLAND - Two years after Hurricane Harvey ravaged the coast, residents and businesses are still picking up the pieces and trying to get back on their feet.
MATHIS – During a routine mail delivery on Aug. 17, postal worker Rosalinda Roman noticed one of her customer’s mailboxes overflowing with mail.
SINTON – With Steel Dynamics, Inc. heading Sinton’s way, everyone is making sure that the city is prepared to meet the demand of the oncoming industry and its workers.
MATHIS – For years Mathis has struggled to keep a medical facility in the city. Residents were forced to drive to Calallen or all the way to Corpus Christi to get medical help which could end up being close to a two-hour trip. For those without vehicles, it could take even longer waiting for…
ingleside – After Hurricane Harvey hit the Coastal Bend, many communities lost not only their homes but their history as well. Local resident Jason Rosalez has dedicated his time to preserve that lost history by digitally archiving high school annuals from the surrounding communities for free.
MATHIS – While the summer is usually spent relaxing at the pool or enjoying time off from school, four Mathis teens have done just the opposite of that.
ODEM – Odem-Edroy Independent School District announced hiring two principals on its Facebook page on July 11. The district welcomed Calvin Bowers as the principal of Odem High School and Joe Vela as the principal of Odem Junior High School.
MATHIS – Rosalinda Peña was a pillar in the community. She was a beloved individual who died on July 18. Members of the community have come together to remember her life and her impact on their lives.
PORTLAND – A fan of the mysterious and supernatural? Want to see what the future holds? Well, look no further.
Mr. Kippy is talking about “School” this week Aug. 20-23. Tuesday, Mr. Kippy will be at the Aransas Pass Public Library at 9 and 10 a.m., and then the Mathis Public Library at 4 p.m. He will visit the Taft Public Library on Wednesday at 10 a.m. and then at the Odem Public Library 3:30 pm. He…
*SPOILER FREE* The once controversial and deeply disturbing stories and images that all gave us nightmares when we were kids has made its way to the big screen to scare a new generation.