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Over the long Christmas and New Year’s holiday, I found a lot of free time to catch up on old movies I haven’t seen in a long time. I decided to immerse myself in the golden days of cinema.

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For the second time in as many years, Kleberg County has had to endure a bone-chilling winter freeze. The effects of that freeze are still being felt by many in our community, as busted water pipes and frozen pipes are still being repaired.

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We take pleasure in answering thus prominently the communication below, expressing at the same time our great gratification that its faithful author is numbered among the friends of The Sun:

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Kingsville Police Chief Ricardo Torres issued the following statement in regards to Christmas packages being delivered to your doorstep and how to prevent the theft of those packages from occurring

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Over the course of the past few weeks, a couple of things have happened that portray our community in a good light. In addition, the two separate things we are talking about also promise good things for our future development. We would like to take notice of those events, and hand out a few …

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Fifteen years ago, I had one of the great interviews of my career. It was not only an honor to interview the person I talked to, but it also changed my life.

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At Monday’s Kingsville City Commission meeting, the Commission voted to change the substance of an agreement the City had previously reached with Kleberg County in regard to the paving of a parking lot at the J.K. Northway Exposition Center. 

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In mid-September, the Santa Gertrudis school district received a mysterious phone call. The phone message suggested a donor would like to make a gift to the Santa Gertrudis Independent School District.  As Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Veronica Alfaro was very skeptical of the phone call an…

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On behalf of the citizens of Kleberg County, the Kingsville Record would like to welcome all veterans to our town this weekend to celebrate Veteran’s Day and visit the Vietnam Memorial Traveling Wall. In addition, we would like to welcome all of our visitors to our community who came to see …

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Since Monday of this week, the Kleberg County Clerk’s office, under the direction of County Clerk Stephanie Garza, has been hosting early voting at the Early Voting Annex at the corner of 12th and Veterans Memorial Streets every day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. In addition, Garza’s staff will spend…

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As temperatures become more pleasant, landowners are planning brush and weed management strategies. To assist landowners, the Extension Office will be providing a private applicator pesticide training Nov. 15th.

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On Saturday night, Oct. 8, the Texas A&M-Kingsville football team won its sixth straight game to open the 2022 season with a 21-17 victory over Western New Mexico. The Javelinas spotted Western New Mexico a 14-0 lead, then roared back to dominate the rest of the game, scoring 21 of the l…

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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.

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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.