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Kleberg County Officials held a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the beginning of the final part of a three-project improvement plan to renovate the facilities at Kaufer-Hubert Memorial Park in Riviera.

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Kleberg County positive COVID-19 cases reached 361 as of Tuesday morning, as testing concluded by the Texas Military Department concluded last week.

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Law enforcement in Kleberg County will now be able to monitor the waterways in the county closer than ever before thanks to the most recent purchase of a patrol boat for the Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office.

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Kleberg County officials announced the death of Pct. 4 Kleberg County Commissioner Zaragoza “Shorty” Salinas on Tuesday morning.

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A Naval Air Station Kingsville sailor is being honored for his leadership and ensuring aircraft arresting equipment is fully operational.

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The J.K. Northway Exposition Center will get additional funding for renovation efforts, after Kleberg County officials announced they have been awarded a U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Business Development Grant in the amount of $175,000.

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The Texas Primary Runoff elections took place last week, which finalized the local General Election ballot for November 2020.

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Local leaders and hospital personnel met for a joint press conference on Monday to discuss the importance of continuing to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus in Kleberg County and surrounding areas.

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Kleberg County Judge Rudy Madrid extended the county’s Face Covering Order for another 30 days, as COVID-19 cases in the county continue to climb. During Monday’s Kleberg County Commissioners meeting, Madrid said because cases over the weekend were more than the amount in the county over the…

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On July 2, Captain Erik Spitzer, the 35th Commanding Officer of NAS-Kingsville, will change hands with Captain Thomas Korsmo to take command of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii.  

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A Kleberg County Audit report for 2019 revealed an increase in revenue to the county’s budget for the second consecutive year, doubling the county General Fund totals over the last two years.

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At the regularly scheduled June 24 Bishop City Council meeting, the council narrowly voted to approve a resolution of support for the Los Ebanos affordable housing project that it had rescinded its support for just two weeks before.  

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The City of Kingsville has agreed to enter into a new interlocal agreement with Kleberg County involving the ownership and operation of the J.K. Northway Center. The new arrangement will replace the old agreement with just a few changes.

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The Bishop City Council voted unanimously to rescind its previous resolution of support for the proposed Los Ebanos affordable housing project on Wednesday evening, June 10.  

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This week, two positive COVID-19 cases in the area impacted Kleberg County and the City of Bishop, as cases continue to rise in the State of Texas.

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Texas Senate District 27 Republican candidate Vanessa Tijerina, 42, was arrested last Wednesday night in Raymondville on multiple charges, after finding “crack pipes” in her car, Raymondville police officials said.

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Kleberg County’s count of total positive COVID-19 cases has reached 14 as of Tuesday morning, after three new cases were added to last week’s total.

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The City of Kingsville announced the opening of the city’s neighborhood parks last week, beginning on May 1, with some restrictions to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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As the total number of positive COVID-19 cases reached double digits with 10 confirmed in Kleberg County, nearly 300 individuals in the area were tested for the novel coronavirus over the weekend.

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Concerns with the novel coronavirus in Kleberg County and the City of Kingsville led to discussion of the possibility of extending the stay-at-home order and order limiting one family member per household in stores in the city at Monday’s city commission meeting.

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Local sales tax revenues for the City of Kingsville were down nine percent for February, according to allocation totals for April released by the Texas Comptroller’s office. 

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The upcoming runoff elections for local and state office have been moved from May 26 to July 14, Kleberg County Clerk Stephanie Garza said late last week.

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The burn ban in Kleberg County will remain in effect as County Commissioners decided weather conditions in the area were not suitable to burn materials at Monday’s commissioners court meeting.

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Kleberg County residents will be casting their ballots for the General Election on new equipment in November, after the Kleberg County Commissioners Court voted to purchase new voting machines for the county.

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Stay-at-home orders were extended by Kleberg County and City of Kingsville officials following the announcement of a second positive case of the novel coronavirus in the county.

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The Kleberg County Commissioners voted on Monday to extend the already implemented stay-at-home order through April 20 at 11:59 p.m. in order to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus.Kleberg County Judge Rudy Madrid said as of Monday afternoon, there are still only two confirmed cases of…

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A stay-at-home order has been announced for residents in Kleberg County, effective 11:59 p.m. on Friday, March 27 and running until April 8 at 11:59 p.m. in order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavrius, county officials said.

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Nueces County Judge Barbra Canales announced on Wednesday afternoon that Nueces County residents will be under a “stay-at-home” order to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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Some offices at the Kleberg County Courthouse are being closed until further notice due to concerns with the novel coronavirus, as announced at this week’s Kleberg County Commissioner’s meeting.

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Because of concerns with the novel coronavirus, Kleberg County Court at Law Judge Jaime Carrillo has announced that cases with court dates in the month of April have been suspended, and will be rescheduled for a later date.

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Editor's Note 2: The leadership of Presbyterian Pan American released a statement clarifying its response to the coronavirus testing site location."Interim President Mr. Kim Warner issued a statement this afternoon intended to put recent Kleberg County decisions in some perspective."'Facing …

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Editor's Note: Presbyterian Pan American officials on Thursday said that in fact more than 100 students and faculty are still on campus, with some unable to return to their home countries because of travel restrictions or bans put into place by the federal government. It's unclear where thos…

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The City of Kingsville and Kingsville ISD Board of Trustees elections could be delayed by six months after Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a proclamation allowing local governments to postpone the May 2 elections to Nov. 3.

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