Two friends. Two sisters-in-law. Two businesses.
Two George West FCCLA students, Mari Sanchez and Noyely Rivera, recognized that GWISD is rated as an “A” campus and wanted to help students even more.
Recently I addressed that Live Oak County and McMullen County have more ties than just a border and a newspaper (The Progress). Here are a few more ties that connect the two counties.
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.
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.
The Three Rivers Garden Club is planting more than just seeds for the community.
After almost a year long intermission, the Dobie West Theatre Club is ready to open its doors to fans.
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?
With a name like Aaron Poe, it’s no wonder the George West local is into horror films sharing a namesake with famous horror writer Edgar Allen Poe.
Big changes were about to take place in Three Rivers in 1916, and an article in the Live Oak County Leader noted that a Karnes City man came to town interested in opening an electric plant in Three Rivers.
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…