The annual Point-in-Time Count to identify people experiencing homelessness will take place in the Crossroads on Thursday.
EDNA — A district court judge found a man guilty of intoxication manslaughter Friday, handing down a 60-year sentence for the 2019 death of a 12-year-old Ganado boy.
EDNA — A bench trial began Tuesday to determine whether a man was at fault for a 2019 crash that killed a 12-year-old Ganado boy.
A fourth arrest connected to the disappearance of a 16-year-old Vanderbilt teen who was found dead near Seguin more than two weeks ago was made Wednesday.
The second annual Operation Senior Citizen Blanket Drive donated more than 120 blankets and more to elderly residents in Jackson County in December, preparing them for the colder weeks ahead.
Benjamin “Tank” Loera, a 16-year-old Vanderbilt boy who was reported missing Oct. 27, was found dead last week, according to a news release issued Monday by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.
Benjamin "Tank" Loera, a 16-year-old Vanderbilt boy who was reported missing Oct. 27, was found dead last week, according to a Monday Jackson County Sheriff's Office news release.
The Jackson County Master Gardener Association is hosting an hour-long seminar titled “Roses: Be a Better Breeder” led by Andrew Barocco, director of breeding and production manager at the Antique Rose Emporium, according to a news release.
Investigators with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office and the Texas Rangers are conducting a large scale investigation into the disappearance of 16-year-old Benjamin Loera. Family members last saw him on Oct. 26 and reported him missing the next day. Benjamin is 6 feet 2 inches tall and wei…
Ganado Elementary School second and third grade students spread holiday cheer by singing Christmas carols at the J&J Drive In Grocery on Dec. 7 after singing at the St. James Lutheran Church.
Two men have been arrested and a juvenile has been detained as part of a month-long investigation into the disappearance of a Vanderbilt teen.
The Edna Craft and Farmers’ Christmas Market will be open on the Jackson County Courthouse Square from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday with specials from local merchants.
In lieu of magical flying reindeer, Santa Claus will make his grand entrance in Edna aboard a helicopter this year.
The Rev. Andrew Schroer, 48, pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Edna, has penned his second book, an eight-year labor of love titled “364 Days of Devotion.”
In the late-90s, when the Billy T. Cattan Outreach Recovery Center began operating from a small, humble office space, Susan Rybak thought the idea of a local inpatient residential facility to address substance abuse in the region was a dream.
A 56-year-old Ganado woman who was shot in the head in a Ganado grocery store parking lot died from her injuries in a Houston hospital Thursday morning, according to police.
Small businesses in the Coastal Bend region looking to purchase new equipment, machinery, commercial vehicles or even real estate can get help with their purchases through a loan program offered by LiftFund, in partnership with the U.S. Economic Development Administration.
A man is believed to have shot a woman and then turned the gun on himself outside a grocery store in Ganado Wednesday afternoon, said Jackson County Sheriff Andy Louderback.
A passenger who was critically injured after a one-vehicle crash in Jackson County died from his injuries in a Houston hospital Thursday afternoon.
A person was taken by helicopter to a hospital after a one-vehicle crash in Jackson County Wednesday morning, according to state and county law enforcement officials.
EDNA — Cowboys from across the country rode up to the shores of Lake Texana Sunday morning for the chance to qualify for the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Association’s annual Roping Fiesta.
A man found dead on a farm road in Jackson County more than two weeks ago has been identified as a Guatemalan citizen, according to a Friday sheriff’s office news release.
EDNA — The sounds of a lawnmower, laughing children chasing each other on scooters and cicadas were prevalent Wednesday afternoon on North Pumphrey Street. It was like any other fall afternoon on the quiet street.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help after finding a man dead alongside a rural farm road earlier this week.
Residents in Edna will lose power Wednesday evening and early Thursday morning as linemen repair a substation, according to an American Electric Power news release.
MORALES — As Jon Poole and Robert Janssen fed their cattle in Jackson County Tuesday morning, several of the cows and bulls gathering at the feeder sported a crescent moon-shaped brand on their left hip.
EDNA — Two years ago when he moved back to his hometown, Ronnie McGee was excited to live just blocks away from the historical George Washington Carver School — his teen stomping grounds.
WOOD HI — As heavy rains pelted Brian Adamek’s southeast Victoria County farm in May, and again in June, and again in July, he eventually lost track of how many inches had fallen.
EDNA — As years have gone by, it has become harder for Corrine Robinson to tend to her yard and pull her trash can to the curb. This week, in a first-of-its-kind cleanup for the city, the community came to her.
EDNA — A fire destroyed a Jackson County Hospital District warehouse in Edna Thursday night, burning records and equipment kept inside.
An Edna hospital storage building was significantly damaged by fire Thursday evening, according to a Jackson County Hospital District news release.
EDNA — Savandra Smith found shelter from the summer heat in the shadow of First United Methodist Church as a small parade of dancers, community leaders and residents formed on North Allen Street.
The Crossroads competes on the global stage for businesses to locate major projects in local communities, and the Texas Legislature is switching up how.
PHARR — On the afternoon of June 2, Sgt. Lee Ashcraft, a 23-year veteran of the Texas Department of Public Safety, manned a machine gun on a 34-foot Yellowfin patrol boat as it cruised down the Rio Grande River.
EDNA — It’s been a smoother year for husband and wife Bowen and Fairleigh Rose, but much of the hemp business still has areas waiting to sprout.
EDNA — On a recent sunny afternoon, Shae Rogers-Turner pulled up to the public pool in Edna’s Shelby Park with eight children, nieces and nephews in tow and a cooler packed with hot dogs and Capri Suns.
When Noe Guerrero woke in a hospital bed in Germany, he wasn’t sure if he was dreaming or no longer alive. He tried to scream, but his jaw was wired shut.
As a paratrooper in the 101st Airborne Division, C.D. “Tex” Williamson landed behind enemy lines on D-Day and hid among hedgerows as he snuck back to the front.
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