- City of Three Rivers begins major street repairs
- Positively Pigilicious: Piggy Cakes serves up variety of baked treats
- Live Oak County teams advance to round 2 of football playoffs
- George West Longhorns trample Cotulla 55-6
- Pursuit ends with arrest of suspects in multiple thefts
- George West police nab 2 suspects for burglary, drugs
- Three Rivers Bulldogs knock off Kenedy in playoffs
- Latest oil and gas updates
THREE RIVERS – What started as a hobby and soon grew bigger than its founders ever imagined …
LIVE OAK COUNTY – A man and woman sought in connection with multiple robberies in the San A…
GEORGE WEST – The George West Police Department made arrests in connection with burglaries a…
By Jeff Osborne
Hostesses for the BCCW meeting held on Nov. 7 (from left, back row) are: Carolyn Henderson, Evelyn Johnson, and Phyllis Kennedy (from left, front row) Paula Folmar, Wonda Waldron and President Peggy Skoruppa.
GEORGE WEST – People will likely be dancing in the aisles at the Dobie West Performing Arts …
The Gimbles will be performing the next event at the Dobie West Performing Arts Theatre on N…
GEORGE WEST – On the first Saturday in November George West has a tradition of telling and h…
The topic of fairness in the media (or in many other areas) can be a touchy subject. Especially in an era where opinion often seeks to pass itself off as news — and 24-hour news stations blare reports that seemingly don’t even try to hide their bias.
Local residents and visitors from both nearby and far away had an opportunity to experience some Texas magic during the Dobie Dichos presentation Friday, Nov. 1, in Oakville and the Day of Stories on Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Dobie West Performing Arts Theatre in George West.
While Halloween is looming as I write this, Thanksgiving is still weeks away and Christmas is nearly two months away, there is an important holiday deadline for those who want to make the Christmas season brighter for local children.