City Commissioners were sworn in late last week at The City of Kingsville special meeting and the City Commission has officially gained two new faces.
Four new faces will take a seat on the Kingsville Independent School District Board of Trustees, after incumbents Nick Prado, Corando Garza and Brandon Greenwood all lost in tightly contested races in the Nov. 3 Election.
With election day and early voting numbers in for the City of Kingsville, it appears some new faces will be joining the Kingsville City Commission.
Early voting numbers in Kleberg County have already exceeded the totals in 2016, as the Nov. 3 General Election quickly approaches.
With more than 34 years of law enforcement experience, Danny Peña hopes voters will elect him as the Kleberg County Sheriff.
Susan DeLeon is asking voters in the area to consider her as the next Tax Assessor-Collector for Kleberg County, as she looks to follow in the footsteps of a woman she’s worked under for so many years.
For the past two decades, Amando Vidal has served as the Pct. 4 Constable.
Kingsville native Maria Victoria “Vicky” Valadez, plans to bring a “fresh voice for the people and their taxes” as a candidate for Kelberg County Tax Assessor Collector.
Vietnam veteran and Riviera resident Jerry Martinez is asking voters to consider him for the position of Pct. 3 Kleberg County Commissioner in this year’s General Election.
City Commissioner Arturo Pecos is asking the citizens of Kingsville to vote for him this election in order to keep serving the community he has grown to love for the past few years.
Kingsville City Commissioner Hector Hinojosa is seeking re-election to maintain his seat to help the community in Kingsville.
Ann Marie Torres hopes voters will allow her to bring “change and a fresh perspective” to the City of Kingsville as a City Commissioner.
Place 4 Kingsville independent School District Board Trustee candidate David Garcia is asking voters to let him be the person to fill the seat in order to make “every KISD student’s education” a priority.
Jeannette Price hopes voters will allow her to bring “integrity and trust back to the board” as a KISD School Board Place 4.
Lifetime Riviera resident Arturo “Artie” De La Rosa is hoping voters will allow him to bring “positive change” in Kleberg County as a candidate for the Pct. 3 County Commissioner seat.
Place 7 Kingsville Independent School District Board Trustee candidate Brandon Greenwood hopes voters will re-elect him to “better prepare students for the future.”
Current Sheriff Richard Kirkpatrick hopes voters will re-elect him as the Kleberg County Sheriff. Kirkpatrick said he has the desire to give back to the community that has supported him his entire life.
Lifetime Kingsville resident Rene L. Bazan hopes voters will allow him to bring change to Kleberg County as a candidate for Pct. 4 County Commissioner seat.
Elizabeth “Liz” Ramos is hoping voters give her a chance to take a seat at Place 5 of the Kingsville Independent School District Board of Trustees and provide transparency for those who are in the district.
Sitting City Commissioner Dianne Leubert is asking voters in Kingsville to allow her to keep her seat on the commission to continue to work for the city she was raised in.
Long-time Kingsville Independent School District Board Trustee and current sitting Secretary Corando Garza is seeking re-election for Place 6 and is hoping voters allow him the honor to serve their children for more years to come.
With more than 15 years of classroom teaching, Jim Glusing is seeking to be placed on the KISD School Board Place 6 in the upcoming election.
Place 7 on the Kingsville Independent School District Board of Trustees is up for grabs and Delma Salinas is hoping voters in the KISD help her take the seat in the Nov. 3 election.
Current Place 5 Kingsville Independent School District Board Trustee Nick Prado is seeking votes in the Nov. 3 election to continue to change the KISD for the better.
Early voting has officially begun in Kleberg County, and on the first day, a number of area residents made their way to the Early Voting Annex Office to cast their ballot before the Nov. 3 General Election.
Kleberg County officials are reminding local citizens that voter registration for this year’s General Election is scheduled to end early next week.
The Kleberg County Commissioners Court voted Monday to approve the budget and tax rate for the 2020-21 Fiscal Year, and county residents can expect an increase in property taxes compared to last year.
At a special meeting of the Kingsville City Council on Monday evening, council members heard a presentation by City Manager Mark McLaughlin on the proposed 2020-21 City Budget.
The son of late Pct. 4 Kleberg County Commissioner Zaragoza “Shorty” Salinas will now fill the seat his father once sat in, after taking the oath of office at Monday’s Kleberg County Commissioners meeting.
Dr. Cecilia “Cissy” Reynolds-Perez officially took up the mantle as the Kingsville Independent School District Superintendent, following a unanimous vote by the Board of Trustees on Thursday evening.
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.
Kleberg County positive COVID-19 cases reached 361 as of Tuesday morning, as testing concluded by the Texas Military Department concluded last week.
Kleberg County officials announced the death of Pct. 4 Kleberg County Commissioner Zaragoza “Shorty” Salinas on Tuesday morning.
The Texas Primary Runoff elections took place last week, which finalized the local General Election ballot for November 2020.
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.
Today, the Primary Runoff Elections for the Republican spot on the General Election Ballot for Pct. 3 Kleberg County Commissioner was decided in the runoff election between Jerry Martinez and Jacob Moseley Sr.Martinez pulled in 221 votes (74.16 percent) to Moseley's 77 votes (25.84 percent),…
Total positive cases of COVID-19 have eclipsed triple digits as of Tuesday, as more free testing has wrapped up in the county.
The Kleberg County Primary Runoff election is set for July 14, as early voting has begun in the county.
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…
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.
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.
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.
After serving six months as interim Police Chief, Oscar Mendoza has resigned from his role at the Bishop Police Department to pursue other endeavors.
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.
The Kingsville City Commission voted unanimously on Monday to move the May 2 election to Nov. 3 amid concerns of the novel coronavirus.
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.
Almost each incumbent in this year’s Primary Election reserved a spot on the ballot in the 2020 General Election in November, as nearly 25 percent of registered voters had their voices heard in Kleberg County.
Turnout was low for the first week of early voting in the March Primary Election, according to numbers provided by the Kleberg County Clerk’s office, with only about 3.6 percent of the county’s registered voters casting a ballot.
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- Kingsville police respond to shots fired
- Local law enforcement honor fallen officers
- Riviera teacher named MVP of the district
- America’s Last Patrol to hold event
- Chemistry professor receives award from Texas Diversity Council
- TAMUK student wins American Water Works Association scholarship
- Memorial Day ceremony scheduled for Monday