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February 1, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Kingsville cabbie charged with soliciting minors

A 38-year-old man was arrested Monday after police said he attempted to trade cab rides for sexual favors from juvenile females. More...

Bishop water line may serve businesses

The Bishop City Council on Wednesday opted to move forward with seeking bids for a water line replacement project that could carry a price tag of $130,000, but would allow for future growth along U.S. Highway 77, near Farm-to- Market Road 70. More...

Residents in Driscoll ordered to boil water

An order for residents in Driscoll to boil their water before drinking it or using it for cooking was lifted Friday. The City of Driscoll issued a notice to boil water to its residents Thursday in response to a water line break. More...

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Sports

Pirates run away from Bulls in second half

Trailing by eight at halftime against the Rockport- Fulton Pirates, it looked like the second half would belong to the H.M. King Brahmas, scoring quickly in the paint on their first possessions of the third quarter. More...

Area basketball results

Riviera Seahawks The Riviera Seahawks recently split their last two district games, falling to the Lasara Lions Jan. 23, but bouncing back to defeat the La Villa Cardinals Tuesday. More...

Lady Lions ranked No. 3 in Texas, have three all-area players

The Santa Gertrudis Academy Lady Lions will open up the 2015 softball season ranked as the No. 3 3A team in the state by the Texas Girls Coaches Association. Two other Region IV teams join Academy in the top 10 rankings - Natalia at No. More...

Editorial

A legacy worth living up to

Guest Commentary

As residents of South Texas, we are blessed to have a rich sense of tradition, heritage and a legacy to emulate as we live our lives and navigate our day-to-day challenges. More...

Drawn to Politics

Full Story

Future of the South Texas region

Guest Commentary

The Legislative Session is only one week old, but leaders from South Texas are already taking an active approach to represent you at the Texas State Capitol. More...

Bishop park to get splash pads

The City of Bishop was one of 11 municipalities in the state to receive a Texas Parks and Wildlife grant that will help fund improvements and upgrades to Bishop City Park, work that will include the installation of a new recreational splash pad. More...

Nuevo mariachi program taking off in Ricardo

Four students at Ricardo Middle School will participate in the All-Region Mariachi Concert to be held at Falfurrias High School Saturday afternoon. More...

Special advocates sought to help children

Brush Country Court Appointed Special Advocates is currently seeking volunteers to assist local children who are in the court system. More...

Bank robbery suspect given new bond

A suspect in the Aug. 29 IBC Bank robbery who was jailed after her bond was revoked late last year was released last week after her bond was reinstated by 105th District Judge Jack Pulcher. More...

Santa Gertrudis ISD band numbers marching upward

The Santa Gertrudis Independent School District Board of Trustees approved the purchase of new marching band uniforms for the Academy High School Marching Band Wednesday evening during their monthly meeting. More...

News

Elks Lodge gives back to the community

Kingsville ‘Elks Care and Elks Share’ gave back to the community this past year. More...

Comments requested on EQIP Program

NRCS District Conservationist Conservation Conversation

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is publishing a rule that outlines how it will improve the Envi ronmental Quality Incentives Program, one of USDA’s largest conservation programs. More...

TAMHSC solidifies growth trajectory with unprecedented research expenditures milestone

With an unprecedented 34 percent increase in 2014, Texas A&M Health Science Center has crossed the $100 million threshold in total annual research expenditures, which includes a nearly 68 percent increase in funding from federal sources. More...

Education

2015 KKCJLS scholarship winners announced

The Kleberg-Kenedy County Junior Livestock Show announced this week the winners of six 2015 KKCJLS Scholarships. Four-year scholarships were awarded to Claudia Alyssa De- Leon, Samantha Mahler, Jacob Ryan and John Clancy McFall. More...

KISD celebrates school board recognition month

Kingsville ISD Superintendent

Last month, we celebrated School Board Recognition Month to thank the local leaders for their dedication and willingness to serve as advocates for the children and public schools and have directed Kingsville Independent School District to succeed and More...

Obituaries

Evangelina J. Garcia

Evangelina J. Garcia, 67, died Jan. 26, 2015, in Kingsville. She was born Aug. 6, 1947 to Abelardo and Esperanza Jimenez in Kingsville. More...

Ignacio Montalvo Hinojosa

Ignacio Montalvo Hinojosa, 88, of Kingsville, died Monday, Jan. 26, 2015 in Kingsville. He was born March 7, 1927 in Sarita to Augustine and Juanita Hinojosa. He was employed for the City of Kingsville Water Department for 37 years. More...

Armandina Dominguez

Armandina Dominguez, 78, of Kingsville, died on Jan. 27, 2015 in Kingsville. She was born Oct. 13, 1936 in Bishop to Reynaldo and Adela Dominguez. She was retired with the food service. She was preceded in death by her brother, Carlos Dominguez. More...

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