By now, you have seen the news either on the front page of the newspaper or online: this is the last edition of The Progress that will be published as a part of Beeville Publishing Company.
A growing crisis in our country threatens to sap resources, leave a significant portion of the population facing neglect or inadequate care, and engulf the lives of loved ones of those affected — Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
When a guest from out of town came to stay with us for a couple of days, we were able to treat him to a couple of local events, including the Lighting of the Park in George West.
What started as a tranquil day in paradise on Dec. 7, 1941, suddenly turned into a devastating surprise attack that changed the course of world history, launching America into a war it had tried for years to avoid — but steeling American resolve to fight until the final victory.
Moving into a house with carpet has advantages and disadvantages. The comfort of walking on carpet is nice, but keeping the carpet clean can be a challenge, especially if you have dogs.
In 2011, Janna Hoehn and her husband, residents of island of Maui, Hawaii, visited the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. for the first time. Janna grew up in the state of California but had lived in Hawaii for more than 20 years at that time. Remembering being a teenager in school whe…
As an injured Three Rivers football player lay on the field late in the Bulldogs’ bi-district playoff game, most of the stadium was silent in a show of respect and concern.
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.