At least that’s the experience I had last weekend.
I’m writing regarding a recent Kingsville Record article about the KISD town hall meeting last month. I was quoted as asking what Dr. Reynolds-Perez was planning as far as stopping the bleeding with the great loss of over 1000 students over the last few years. Her reply, and I quote: “I’m s…
To anyone who says, “newspapers are dead;” I say, “Sit at my desk the Monday after the post office sends a bundle of newspapers to Fort Worth by mistake.”
Nearly a month has passed since the devastating winter storm passed through our and millions of us without electricity and clean water. Like many you, I was angered by the failure of the regulating bodies overseeing our power grid to properly prepare for this winter storm. At the conclusion …
(Editor’s Note: Dr. Adriana Garza from TAMUK is the first in a series of guest columnists that the Record and the University have agreed to publish in the coming months. Look for a guest TAMUK column on a monthly basis on a wide-variety of University and community-related topics.)
Sometimes things need to get a little worse before they can get better. I think that is applicable to the state of Kingsville Independent School District.
The City of Bishop and the Kingsville Intermediate School District are taking major steps towards improving the service they are providing their constitiuents. The methods, however different they may be, are in the best short- and long-term interest of our communities.
The call went out from Colonel Travis at the Alamo that his garrison was surrounded. Could anybody come to the aid of the Texas defenders? That was the gist of his letter To The People of Texas & All Americans in the World in the surrounding communities and areas.
On Friday, February 19, the County announced it was opening a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for residents of South Texas (Please see our lead story on Page 1 for all the details). According to officials who spoke at Friday’s dedication ceremony next to the Coastal Bend College Campus on 14th S…
Austin, Texas - Speaker of the House of Representatives Dade Phelan has announced committee assignments for the 87th Legislature. State Representative J. M. Lozano was recognized for his longstanding education advocacy, being named Vice-Chair of the House Public Education Committee. He was a…
We would like to thank Mr. Morin, all his staff and volunteers at Christus Spohn Hospital Kleberg for their hard work during the COVID vaccine drive. God Bless everyone.
All of the planets were aligned in perfect order on Tuesday, as county health officials, the county judge, the county sheriff and area school districts and superintendents came together in unison to vaccinate area teachers, support staff and cafeteria workers.
Last weekend was destined to be a good one, and it surely didn’t disappoint. The itinerary called for a Dale Watson concert on Saturday evening, followed up by a Super Bowl party on Sunday in Gonzales. That was the plan.
Tuesday, January 12th, marked the first day of the 87th Legislative Session. My family and I were honored to take part of the Opening Day ceremony in the State Capitol. The swearing in ceremony took place in the House Chamber and it was exciting to see all the other representatives back in t…
The Random House College dictionary defines the word hypocrite as a person who pretends to have desirable or publicly approved attitudes, beliefs, or principles he or she does not actually possess.
Sometimes we have to stand up and applaud when we witness local government doing great deeds for its citizens. When we see government of the people being conducted for the people by the people who were duly elected, well, it makes us proud to live in Kleberg County.
- Herrera arrested on multiple charges, including murder
- Grant will enable City to begin drainage mitigation
- Kleberg Vaccination Clinic ups distribution, starts mobile unit
- Kingsville Fire Dept. receives donation
- KPD leads multiple agencies to arrest alleged robbery
- City of Kingsville Festival de la Loteria this Saturday
- Kingsville ISD offers credit recovery opportunities
- Homecoming King, Queen crowned for Bishop High School