A young high school football player is playing his best game on his own Live Oak County turf, when he misses the big tackle or drops the touchdown pass.
Sarah Barter, 8, of George West shows a pumpkin she decorated during the October Farmers and Artisan Market held Oct. 19 at the Buck West House. The event was sponsored by the George West Chamber of Commerce.
Victoria – The Buzzard Bar Cooking Team competed in their last barbecue of the summer season in mid-July in Victoria to raise money for the Quail Creek Volunteer Fire Department.
Grab your imaginary dancing shoes and come out to the Dobie West Performing Arts Theatre in George West on Saturday, Aug. 10, when the classic dance movie “Footloose” will be shown as part of the Vintage Movie Series.
OAKVILLE – Live Oak County is blessed with a number of good barbecue restaurants, and for those who enjoy dining on the Lone Star State’s unofficial state food (chili was proclaimed the official state food in the 1970s), Van’s Country Bar-B-Q is a prime stop off Interstate 37 in historic Oak…
This is the third in my series of articles on George Washington West. As I pointed out last week, “Live Oak County can certainly make a claim to the man, George Washington West, but so could a few other counties and towns in Texas.” In this article, let us look at why and what other Texas co…
GEORGE WEST – One of the most beloved Christmas classic films of the 20th century closes out the 2019 Vintage Movie Series at the Dobie West Performing Arts Theatre when “It’s a Wonderful Life” shows at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14.
It’s crazy to think that it’s been six years since “Frozen” was released. Mostly because it never left our conscience with merchandise like toys, pillows and blankets lining Walmart end caps since the film was released.
BEEVILLE – The Coastal Bend College Beeville campus invites the community to kick off the holiday season on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 6 p.m.
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 Theatre on Saturday night Nov. 16 when The Gimbles bring their lively Western swing sound to George West.
The Gimbles will be performing the next event at the Dobie West Performing Arts Theatre on Nov. 16 at 7 p.m.
GEORGE WEST – On the first Saturday in November George West has a tradition of telling and hearing stories. After all, the town is “The Storytelling Capital of Texas.”
GEORGE WEST – Dobie West Performing Arts Theatre presents its fall Gospel Jamboree at 7 p.m. with celebrating the blessings of the Lord on Oct. 26.