In keeping with long-standing traditions, many parents snapped photos of their children as they returned to school for the new school year.
From water slides and a bounce house to live music and a hayride, the first ”End of Summer Bash” in Edna is bringing Crossroads residents together for the last hurrah 3-9 p.m. Saturday at the Brackenridge Park and Campground.
EDNA – About 150 neighbors of a fish farm are protesting its request to drill groundwater wells because they think it could either tamper with, or worse, drain their most precious resource.
Nearly 4,000 AEP Texas customers lost power in Edna and Ganado about 2:45 p.m. Wednesday in what appeared to be transmission equipment failure, said Vee Strauss, an AEP spokeswoman.
A 30-year-old Cuero man by Cuero police June 7 on a Kleberg County warrant charging motion to revoke probation in an evading arrest case; capias pro fine charging theft of property, fined $666; and a capias pro fine charging bail jumping and failure to appear, fined $361.
Almost one month after Jackson County computers and digital records were taken hostage in a malicious cyberattack, the county is still working to recover – and is grappling to do so with no end in sight.
Every year the Victoria Advocate honors the top two graduates in the high school graduating classes in the Crossroads. Below is a brief insight into their accomplishments and their plans for the future.
The Jackson County Hospital District was named one of the country’s top critical access hospitals for patient care by a nationwide rural health organization.
Pen and paper have made a resurgence in Jackson County offices as hackers continue to hold their computers and digital records hostage in lieu of a ransom.
Many ceremonies are planned in the Crossroads Sunday and Monday to honor soldiers who gave their lives while fighting for the freedoms Americans enjoy today.
As part of a statewide effort to strengthen rural communities across the state, Capital Farm Credit has granted funding to farmers markets across Texas.
GANADO – The sun brightened the Friday afternoon sky as Ganado residents turned truck hatchbacks into benches and set up chairs along West York Street to wait for the Warrior’s Weekend caravan passing through South Texas.
The annual tradition of high school graduation begins this weekend and continues in the Crossroads during the next two weekends as more than 2,250 high school students are expected to walk the stage to receive their diplomas.
Celebrating its 21st year, the Healthy Aging Conference is the only regional conference devoted exclusively to education and health screening for senior adults and caregivers.
An Edna driver took drive-thru service to another level when her SUV smashed through the side of a Church’s Chicken in Edna on Monday morning.
Edna Junior High School officials discovered a note threatening violence to students and its anonymous author Thursday morning, prompting a response from law enforcement.
Authorities located and arrested on Wednesday two people at a Refugio motel suspected of robbing an Edna bank on Tuesday.
Former Edna athletic director and head football coach Jerry Long was arrested Friday morning on suspicion of an improper relationship between an educator and a student.
An AT&T work crew accidentally cut an underground fiber optic cable Monday evening, disrupting cellular, internet, 911 and other information services throughout Jackson County.
Severe thunderstorms swept through the Crossroads on Sunday morning, damaging some homes and power lines with powerful winds and brief but heavy rains.
Thousands of gallons of spilled diesel fuel delayed traffic on the northbound lanes of U.S. 59 for hours Friday near the Jackson-Victoria county line after a tractor-trailer crash.
Every Sunday, families walk into the Fellowship of the Crossroads Church in their best attire, ready to come together and praise God.
The driver of a pickup truck was killed Monday morning after striking two tractor-trailers in Jackson County on Farm-to-Market Road 1593.
EDNA – While other hardware and lumber stores have come and gone and a major big-box retailer dominated the city’s retail market for 36 years, Westhoff Mercantile Co. has held strong as an iconic shop in the community for more than a century.
No injuries were reported after a major wreck on U.S. 59 between Edna and Ganado involving a charter bus and a truck pulling a camper, law enforcement said Sunday.
Crossroads business leaders say they have much to be thankful for in 2018, including Formosa’s $5 billion expansion, Invista’s announcement to invest $200 million in plant modernization and the nearing completion of the Agilon power plants.