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…
Although the competition was tough, several youths from Live Oak County had impressive accomplishments in recent rodeo competition in Texas Junior High Rodeo Association (TJHRA) and Texas High School Rodeo Association (THSRA) in Region 8.
CALLIHAM — For decades, J.D. Bedwell — the great-grandson of town founder and Civil War veteran J.T. Calliham — has drawn humorous and insightful western themed cartoons which have appeared regularly in The Progress.
By Jeff Osborne
GEORGE WEST – Oscar-winning actresses Bette Davis and Olivia de Havilland star in the October Vintage Movie at the Dobie West Performing Arts Theatre, “Hush ... Hush, Sweet Charlotte,” itself nominated for seven Academy Awards, will be shown at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12.
GEORGE WEST – Five decades ago, a talented country music artist named Charley Pride took the music world by storm with hits such as “Kiss an Angel Good Morning” and “”Is Anybody Goin’ to San Antone.” Today, his son Dion is continuing that tradition.
GEORGE WEST – Dion Pride, son of legendary Country Music Hall of Famer Charley Pride, will be coming to George West Dobie West Performing Arts Theatre Sept. 7.
The clock ticks on. The train is scheduled to arrive at noon. Marshal Will Kane (Gary Cooper) desperately seeks backup to face four killers in a town filled with people unwilling to take a stand.
How about spending an April evening at an unusual Christmas in the tiny Texas town of Doublewide? That’s what’s happening Friday and Saturday nights, April 26 and 27, on the stage of the Dobie West Performing Arts Theatre in George West.