Writer has opinion on KISD zero tolerance policy
On Thursday, Sept. 22, a call was made to the Kingsville Police Department from H.M. King High School informing KPD that a large fight had broken out on the high school campus.
We can always tell when schools are back in session at the college and high school level because of all the events we hear that have either just happened or are about to.
At Monday’s regularly scheduled Commissioners Court meeting, the Commissioners voted to donate $10,000 to the Kingsville Boxing Club and approved donations to the Boxing Club, the Douglass Youth Center and the Elks from the District Attorney’s forfeiture asset fund.
It started out as a routine medical examination in Austin, Texas. It was the final Friday of August, and I had a full day of cardiovascular tests in front of me just to make sure my ticker was still properly functioning. It was the last major hurdle left before returning to Kingsville, pack…
Several years ago, I met Lt. Col. Steven Crites when he called to see if someone at the Kingsville Record could take a picture of students who had received four-year scholarships. I volunteered to take the picture. Col. Crites was the Senior Army Instructor at H.M. King High School and in ch…
For the second consecutive year the Riviera Independent School District announced it will continue its policy to operate the Community Eligibility Program (CEP) under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program for the 2022-2023 school year. Schools qualifying to operate CEP serve breakfast and lunch to all children at no charge and eliminate the collection of meal applications for free, reduced-price, and paid student meals. This new approach reduces burdens for both families and school administrators and helps ensure that students receive nutritious meals. For additional information, please contact the following person Millie Clements at email@example.com.
The year 2022 has already taken a heavy toll on our community, as some of Kingsville’s most renown leaders have passed away.
On Friday, Aug. 5 NAS Kingsville held a change of command and retirement ceremony at the base. As the commanders of the base are responsible for training half of the Navy aviators in the United States, it is important to understand the creed those pilots live by. What follows is A Navy Flyer…
For the next five years or longer, the residents of Kleberg County are going to have to endure a number of inconveniences while TxDOT completes the work on new Interstate 69.
Every now and then, the echoes of history command us to pause and take notice of what happened at a different time in a different place that impacted the course of human events thereafter.
I was watching the Weather Channel over the weekend, ostensibly to hear our local forecast but also to keep my eye on the tropics. I was curious to see if any tropical moisture was headed our way and whether or not there was any possible tropical development looming.
In the past few weeks, a number of things have occurred in our community. Most of them have been positive, but there have been a few others that have left us shaking our heads. We’d like to share our thoughts on some hits and misses.
With high humidity and dry conditions across the Coastal Bend, we continue receiving calls on a fuzzy, paper thin attachment on trees. These attachments are known as Lichens. Lichens are an example of a symbiotic relationship between algae and certain fungi. They are capable of producing the…
I was scrolling through Facebook on my personal page, when a I saw a postfrom a very dear friend in high school that made me sit up in bed and exclaim out loud: “Are you fricking kidding me!?”
Over the long holiday weekend, a number of events were held in our region celebrating the 246th anniversary of our Nation’s Independence, along with celebrating the birthday of the City of Kingsville and the 80th Anniversary of the opening of Naval Air Station-Kingsville.
Two hundred and forty seven years ago, the Founding Fathers gathered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with the intention of forming a new government and a new nation dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.
With Summer in full swing, it is not unusual to start receiving calls from individuals interested in obtaining a pesticide license. Individuals who have an expired license or new landowners have an opportunity to attend the upcoming Private Pesticide Applicator Training.
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- Ringside at the Kingsville Boxing Club
- Kingsville Butterfly Bio-Blitz was a hit in its second year
- Kingsville police working to identify gang members
- Judge calls out two city commissioners
- City of Kingsville Department lists food establishment scores
- Amadeo C. Ramos Sr
- Mildred Ann Patterson
- Mary Esther (Garcia) Sevilla
- Amado Ramirez Aguilar
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