A Goliad High School teacher and coach is on administrative leave after he was arrested in connection with a DUI case that ended with pickup striking a house and catching it on fire early Sunday.
With weeks to go before the Nov. 6 election, the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas has sent letters to 36 counties across Texas that may be in violation of the Voting Rights Act, including Calhoun County, according to an ACLU news release.
Cuero Regional Hospital’s EMS has purchased two ambulances with a recent grant of $150,000 from the M.G. and Lillie A. Johnson Foundation.
Goliad officials worked to extinguish a house fire Sunday morning after a vehicle apparently struck the home, said a Goliad resident who witnessed the burning structure.
Formosa Plastics Corp. was recently fined more than $20,000 for not reporting by deadline that it had released contaminants into the air in 2015 and for failing to prevent a similar release the following year.
The rains from a dissipated tropical disturbance might have encouraged people to stay indoors Saturday, but alligators were making their way through flooded ditches.