The San Antonio River Authority is hosting an online meeting Tuesday to discuss ongoing efforts to keep the Lower San Antonio River clean.
Anyone who would like to have the chance to dress to the nines in 19th-century garb or watch DeWitt County Judge Daryl Fowler ride up to the courthouse in a horse and buggy has much to look forward to next year.
YOAKUM — The contest between the parties in American politics remains bitter, but as Braden Clampit sees it, the U.S. Constitution should come first.
A nativity scene carefully placed in one’s home during the Christmas holidays often conjures up warm and fuzzy feelings of gratitude for the birth of Christ.
The Jackson County extension office is hosting an educational event on Dec. 3 featuring seminars on invasive species management, herd health, pesticide laws and grass selection and management.
DeWitt, Lavaca and Wharton counties enacted burn bans on Monday as dry conditions persist in the Victoria region. All Crossroads counties except Goliad and Jackson currently have burn bans in place, according to the Texas A&M Forest Service.
Gather along the Intracoastal Canal in Port O'Connor at nightfall on Dec. 5 for a shining display of holiday spirit at the coastal community's annual lighted boat parade.
This year, the Festival of Lights in Hallettsville, which was planned for Nov. 28, was canceled because of the pandemic. However, the courthouse still will be decorated for all to enjoy.
For the 37th consecutive year, Goliad's historic courthouse square will play host to the town's annual Christmas celebration on Dec. 4 and 5.
Poised to envelop attendees in a cheerful Christmas glow and distract from 2020’s trials, Cuero’s 20th anniversary Christmas in the Park will soon light the eyes of many from all across our great state of Texas.
Amanda Page Thompson and her three sons left an Inez restaurant like they had many times before when their whole world changed.
YOAKUM — Until Lindsay Trammell cast her ballot for President Donald Trump in 2020, she had never voted before.
Editor’s note: On Dec. 28, 2018, Elaine crossed over to that Eternal Shore and her family, friends and readers are missing her. The Advocate is reprinting Elaine’s articles.
Rigorous training and fewer routes because of remote instruction have resulted in fewer Victoria school bus crashes this year, district officials said.
EDNA — Stroll around to the back of Geary Hare’s home, past the clinking wind chimes and pots of banana peppers, and you’ll encounter lush rows of broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and cabbages growing skyward.
As COVID-19 case numbers rise again in the Crossroads, Refugio and Matagorda counties are offering free testing sites this week.
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VANDERBILT — Jackson County Sheriff A.J. “Andy” Louderback held a town hall centered on public safety concerns and solutions for the rural community Thursday night.
Port Lavaca’s hospital will be able to treat hundreds of patients a month who require drugs that are delivered via an IV infusion, as part of a partnership with Community Infusion Solutions.
POINT COMFORT — The Calhoun County Navigation Industrial Development Authority approved issuing millions in revenue bonds to Max Midstream Texas at a meeting on Wednesday.
A prolonged dry period is increasing the risk of fires in Victoria and the surrounding counties, leading some officials to take precautionary measures.
The Goliad school district’s board of trustees discussed a review of the district’s facilities and considered a proposal to build a new $180,000 elementary school playground during Monday’s meeting.
At 18 years old, Fred Garcia and Max Barnett began their service for the U.S. military almost 60 years apart. Whether from the perspective of 1953 or 2020, both said they recommend that young folks serve their country.
GOLIAD — Dozens of cars with kayaks and canoes strapped to the top pulled into a sunlight-dappled clearing hidden underneath the U.S. 59 bridge over the San Antonio River on Saturday morning.
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