Now that the $156.8 million Victoria school bond is on the ballot, the conversation turns to the community.
Tests of some of the water wells in proximity of Dry Creek after a more than 16,000-gallon diesel spill show no impact, an emergency official said Friday.
A Houston man arrested after a July Port O’Connor boat crash that killed one and injured four had a blood alcohol content above the state’s legal limit, according to court records.
Goliad County deputies have arrested two people on human smuggling charges, according to a sheriff’s office Facebook post published Friday.
The clean-up operation at Dry Creek is nearly complete after a more than 16,000-gallon diesel spill was reported earlier this week, an emergency official said Thursday.
Retired Lt. Col. Allen West, chairman of the Texas Republican Party, will speak at a benefit event hosted by the Republican Women of Yoakum Area on Wednesday.
CUERO — Mike Cavanaugh walked to the southeast end of the 2,800-foot runway at Cuero Municipal Airport and looked out at the railroad tracks not far away. A white stripe painted on the asphalt indicates the line past which all airplanes are required to land, lest they graze train cars passing by.
Clean up began Tuesday for spill of a more than 16,000 gallons of red diesel leaked from an oil field frac tank into a Victoria County creek.
Cuero is among 51 large and small Texas communities to receive the 2020 Economic Excellence Recognition from the Texas Economic Development Council.
The Yoakum City Council will hold an emergency meeting at 1 p.m. Wednesday to possibly adopt an order declaring a local state of emergency as the result of last week’s severe winter storm.
Last week, as severe and lasting freezes overwhelmed the state’s electrical grid, 4 million Texans were left without power and 12 million faced disruptions to their water systems. In the Crossroads, tens of thousands lost power and boil water notices were issued in 12 cities and towns. Resid…
GOLIAD — The blackouts hit Goliad early Monday morning. By Monday night, the town of 2,000 was left almost completely pitch black, shuttering almost every business and gas station.
We are featuring stories from four towns — Goliad, Woodsboro, Yorktown and Seadrift — that exemplify the compassion and resilience demonstrated by those who helped their neighbors endure one of the hardest winter weeks Texas has faced. Here is our story on Seadrift. Links to the other three …
We are featuring stories from four towns — Goliad, Woodsboro, Yorktown and Seadrift — that exemplify the compassion and resilience demonstrated by those who helped their neighbors endure one of the hardest winter weeks Texas has faced. Here is our story on Woodsboro. Links to the other three…
We are featuring stories from four towns — Goliad, Woodsboro, Yorktown and Seadrift — that exemplify the compassion and resilience demonstrated by those who helped their neighbors endure one of the hardest winter weeks Texas has faced. Here is our story on Yorktown. Links to the other three …
Both nuclear reactors at the South Texas Project in Matagorda County in Matagorda County are operating. One of the two was at 81% as of 1:30 p.m. Thursday and the other was at full capacity, said Victor Dricks, senior public affairs officer with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
The winter weather that continues to wreak havoc on Texas’s power and water infrastructure has led to the largest cold-stunning event for sea turtles ever recorded in the United States.
Firefighters struggled to extinguish a Yorktown house fire because of low water pressure caused by inclement weather Tuesday, authorities said.
Due to the winter storm warning forecasted for Tuesday night, we have decided to print an early edition for Wednesday, Feb. 17th. We just received word that as of now, U.S. 77 and I-37 going into Corpus Christi, where we print the Victoria Advocate, has been reopened to traffic. Unless this …
Operators of at a Bay City nuclear power station have restarted the Unit 1 reactor, which is currently at about 5% capacity as of Wednesday afternoon, said Victor Dricks, senior public affairs officer with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required the cities of Yorktown and Port Lavaca to issue a boil water notices Tuesday for all customers due to low distribution pressure.
Due to extreme weather conditions throughout the state of Texas causing dangerous roadways due to ice, the Victoria Advocate will only publish a digital edition on Tuesday, Feb. 16. There will not be a printed newspaper.
Twenty-one exhibitors guided 36 show animals and 21 sale animals to the 2021 Nordheim FFA Livestock Show on Jan. 30, where sales totaled $122,330.
The day this appears in print, it will have been just over a year since the first case of COVID-19 was identified in Texas. Now, with the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines being distributed throughout the Crossroads, the end of the pandemic is finally in sight.
Seven months after a boat crash that killed one and injured four in Port O’Connor, authorities have not provided much new information after an arrest was made in the case last week.
Saltwater fishing along parts of Texas’ coasts is not permitted starting midnight Monday through 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Home goods, jewelry, clothes, purses, oil paintings, photography, pottery, handmade knives, herbs and other food products are among the offerings that will be available at the Hallettsville Market Days from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 20.
Winter weather conditions on Friday contributed to a number of Crossroads crashes, including one that killed a pregnant woman.
A man arrested in regard to a July Port O’Connor boat crash that killed one and injured four will go before a grand jury in a matter of months, said Calhoun County’s district attorney.
A Port Lavaca smoke shop owner arrested on drug charges retained legal counsel Thursday after cannabis products sold in the shop were seized by police.
A man was arrested and charged Tuesday in connection with a July boat crash that killed one and injured four others near Port O’Connor, authorities said.
A Port Lavaca smoke shop owner says the cannabis products she was selling were legal after police searched her business and arrested an employee Tuesday.
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- 2021 Queen Victoria court is chosen
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- Victoria offers to average residents' water bills for those facing large bills after storm
- 2 arrested in Goliad County on human smuggling charges after traffic stop for no lights
- Texas declares independence
- Blotter: Man reports being assaulted, vehicle damaged
- Police say 4-5 men involved in Victoria shooting, no arrests made
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