EDNA — The reins of Edna’s police department were exchanged between long-time friends New Year’s Day in a ceremony filled with emotions.
Victoria resident Ronald Green has attended 13 funerals since March. Seven of those were for family members who died of COVID-19.
High COVID-19 hospitalization rates in the Victoria area triggered an executive order that closes bars and reduces capacity for other businesses effective immediately, per a state spokesperson.
Apprentices gathered at Mid Coast Construction Academy Monday evening for another electrical training class. With more training under their belts, both workers and the city’s economy are better prepared for forward momentum.
Shiloh Baptist Church in Edna is hosting the first ever “Heart of the Community,” a gasoline giveaway event from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Conner’s Corner Grocery, 102 E. Houston Highway, Edna.
EDNA — Jackson County could be home to a processing plant Max Midstream Texas plans to build as part of a large oil exportation project underway in the region, the company’s CEO told county commissioners Tuesday.
It’s been decision making time for crop farmer Benjamin Hahn following a few days of Thanksgiving weekend rain in an otherwise dry fall.
MORALES — After this summer’s hurricane season brought several deluges to Jackson County, Jon Poole waited for another storm. But for almost two months, it didn’t come.
AEP Texas has scheduled a power outage in the Edna area from 10:30 p.m. Thursday to 1:30 a.m. Friday, according to a post on the city's Facebook page.
Although nationwide numbers project a serious shortfall in childhood vaccinations because of the pandemic, local physicians are optimistic that kids haven’t gotten too far behind on their vaccination schedules.
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.
YOAKUM — Until Lindsay Trammell cast her ballot for President Donald Trump in 2020, she had never voted before.
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.
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.
Nearly 70% of Victoria County voters who cast their ballots for president in the Nov. 3 election voted for President Donald Trump, according to the unofficial final results released early Wednesday.
The Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Edna will host its 35th annual Community Thanksgiving Feast on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26, in the Jackson County Services Building parking lot.
EDNA — As he slips on his racing helmet, John Drexler enters another realm. Cheers from the spectators begin to taper off and the 35-year-old has one thing on his mind: “Don’t hit the wall.”
Born in Ganado and now a world traveler, Carmen Estrella’s career has jumped from modeling, to a flight attendant, and now to writing children’s stories.
Phil Stephenson, Republican, will square off against Joey Cardenas III, Democrat, and Michael L. Miller, Libertarian, for the Texas House of Representatives District 85 seat in the November election.
Delivering the mail worked a little bit differently back when Martha Sembera became La Salle’s postmaster in the 1940s.
Counties throughout the Crossroads were bracing for increased levels of rainfall and possible flooding Monday before Tropical Storm Beta was expected to make landfall.
As Cuero Regional Hospital’s beds filled with COVID-19 patients in early July, Dr. Jennifer Gonzales grew desperate. Patients from DeWitt County’s nursing homes filled the ICU, struggling to breathe, but there were few approved methods to treat them.
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- Blotter: Two arrested, charged with drug possession in Goliad County
- Food Bank of the Golden Crescent to pause operations after COVID-19 infections
- Victoria students return to stage for pandemic performance
- COVID-19 hospitalization rate stays steady at 18.7%
- Fire marshal: Faulty wiring caused Bloomington fire
- DPS: Lavaca County deputy failed to yield in fatal December motorcycle crash
- Blotter: Deputies looking for 4 people who burglarized Victoria County business; steal lawn mower, other items (Video)
- Letter: Representative Cloud should explain why he did not wear a mask
- Lavaca County Crime Stoppers: Looking for information on truck thefts, burglaries