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New OB-GYN joins staff at Christus Spohn
Luis Zarate, MD, FACOG, is now part of the Christus Spohn Health System in Beeville working as an OB-GYN. In his new role, Zarate will work closely with associates at the Community Action Corporation of South Texas, offering a range of obstetrical and gynecological services to keep area women and t
Body found off Slough Road in Corpus Christi's southside
CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) — Corpus Christi police are investigating a body that was found on an undeveloped road off the 7700 block of Slough Road in the city's southside.Police said the body has been identified as a female and was discovered around 11 a.m. Thursday. Details are limited at this tim
Skimmers showing up again in Refugio after Beeville find
REFUGIO – A typical motorist pulls up to a gas pump and uses a credit card for a fuel purchase.The motorist leaves, and in the next town she is notified someone has used her credit card to make a purchase, but she was not the one who made the purchase.So the police were called, and she explains her
Latest oil and gas updates
Beeville Publishing Co. publishes oil and gas permits and completions for the following counties on a weekly basis: Bee, Goliad, Karnes, Nueces, Refugio and San Patricio.
Family, protesters seek justice for murdered Beeville man
"If you're in a vehicle with somebody and they murder somebody and you point the finger at this person, then you are released just because you said it was him," said Lupita Gonzalez of the Homicide Survivors Support Group. "That is the selective justice we are speaking of."
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Paul Gonzales photos Executive Director of the San Patricio County Economic Development Corporation Foster Edwards got into a wreck Wednesday morning in Taft while traveling to the SPCEDC Partner Breakfast in Sinton. Edwards left the scene with a just a cut on his hand and managed to still attend th
Corpus Christi Police officers receive award for saving suicidal woman's life
On Oct. 8, 2017, a woman dropped her child off at a restaurant after midnight before heading to jump off the Harbor Bridge.
Where can you find old cameras and info on 1933 robbery?
Last week at the museum, besides the local visitors, we had visitors from Corpus Christi and Alice. One family from Corpus Christi had seen the museum on an advertisement on one of the television channels that spoke about local communities and showed the picture of Geronimo among other things in Geo
Police drive to supply students exceeds expectations
Buy NowAssistant Police Chief Richard Cantu, Lt. Chris Vasquez and Beeville Civilian Police Academy Alumni Association President Sandra Hernandez chat with a couple of shoppers as they enter the Wal-Mart Supercenter just after noon Saturday. Those two organizations, and the Beeville Police Officers
Odem-Edroy ISD head coach alleviates headache for concussion team
Buy NowOEISD Head Coach Armando Huerta presented the board of trustees with members of the concussion oversight team, who needed board approval. While the team and the athletic department must remain separate, Huerta knew they needed to be approved and presented them to the board.Paul Gonzales
Extending pipeline of goodwill to hometown
Extreme generosity is a rare and valuable trait in any community.Most citizens here can come up with the names of certain individuals, businesses and organizations that have had a lasting, beneficial impact on Beeville and Bee County.Now, a new addition to our community has stepped forward to offer
Lady Trojans win season opener
BEEVILLE – For the first time in Rebecca Riojas-Fryer’s tenure as the head volleyball coach, the Beeville Lady Trojans started the season with a win Monday night.The hosts rallied out of a two-sets-to-none deficit to win in five sets in their season opener against Annapolis Christian at Marion B. Ho
Breaking news? Internet wrong
The front-page article in the Friday, Aug. 3, edition of the newspaper reported that two men, 36-year-old Greg Bohac and 19-year-old Cameron Lerma, had been arrested on charges just minutes after the victim, 19-year-old Austin Salinas, was shot in the chest in the 1500 block of South Adams Street.
Recycling is worth the cost
People don’t have to be educated to clean the cans, it’s common sense. Visiting one of my sisters-in-law in San Antonio and seeing her washing a can after emptying the contents, I asked why, she said that it is a requirement there.
Corpus Christi man, 30, dies in two-vehicle crash near Robstown
The man, who was driving a Dodge Charger, was traveling north on Farm-to-Market Road 1694, near Robstown, about 7:40 a.m. Thursday, according to a news release.
Corpus Christi police arrest 11 women in prostitution sting
The women solicited an undercover Corpus Christi police officer for sex acts in exchange for money, a Friday news release states. The operation targeted several north and west side neighborhoods that police say were frequented by prostitutes, the release states.
Council authorizes mayor to execute right-of-way agreement with BDA for water well project
Montez told the council that George P. “Trace” Morrill III, attorney working for the development authority, had reviewed the agreement and made some changes in wording.
New season, new coach for Mathis
New Mathis Head Football Coach Bo Camacho speaks with his Pirates after morning drills Monday as two-a-day workouts began across the area. The Pirates’ first Scrimmage is against London/Skidmore Tynan in Mathis on Friday, Aug. 17.
New ‘Pop-up” store opens in Goliad Saturday
Buy NowBill Clough photo Gaye Urban (left) and Kathy Johnson, co-owners of the Square Gallery, are opening the Pop-Up Used Bookstore this Saturday next door to their art gallery.
Refugio woman moves back into her rebuilt home
REFUGIO – Fridays always are great days to look forward to, but for Amelia Resendez, it was the day she was handed the keys to her new home on Swift Street, Aug. 10.The 82-year-old, who doesn’t look older than 65, said Hurricane Harvey left her house at 1203 Swift St. in shambles a year ago.“The wes