Whoever said you have to leave the small town for the big city to find culture and the finer arts has not seen what Beeville has to offer.
Offering an array of antiques, homemade treats, clothing and a variety of home decor items has allowed the Goodie Box, located on Highway 72 just behind Three Rivers City Hall, to stay in business since 1988 when a number of other local stores have come and gone.
Several George West High School students recently participated in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Students Taking Action (STAR) state competition.
Three Rivers High School students Sean Huff and Gabriella Hiraldo were recently inducted into the National Honor Society. Sean is a junior at TR and Gabriella is senior. (Photo courtesy of Three Rivers ISD)
“Sweet Dreams of Patsy,” starring Patsy Torres, will bring sweet memories of Patsy Cline to the Dobie West Performing Arts Theatre at 7 p.m. Sept. 25.
The Live Oak Historical Foundation met to receive a donation from Unify to Beautify for the formation of the 501 (C)(3) organization.
“He had a ‘golden heart.’” These are the words that Fr. Romeo Salinas used to describe our nephew, Israel Cruz, during his funeral mass at St. George Catholic Church on Aug. 23
It has been a good summer for amphibians. The rains were heavy enough and came at just the suitable intervals for the frogs and toads to breed successfully. Amphibians, as you know, require bodies of water for their tadpole stage. During this first stage, they are aquatic vegetarians. Then t…
Many of the students of McMullen County have been hard at work continuing to learn and explore new adventures through several 4-H camps, contests and state outings.
Rain showers all around us but no rain for my garden – back to watering. At least Mr. Dillo hasn’t decided to visit yet!
At a meeting of VFW Post 6119 and Auxiliary, scholarships were awarded to George West and Three Rivers ISD students.