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The steady sound of rain hitting popup canopies and smell of chili filled the air Saturday afternoon at the 39th annual VASA Pod Thanksgiving Weekend Chili Cook-Off.
After Hurricane Harvey hit, the need for a permanent facility that could serve as a home base for disaster response and recovery became clear, said Victoria County Commissioner Danny Garcia on Thursday.
The Salvation Army’s annual Thanksgiving dinner will look different this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but there will be no shortage of meals ready for Victoria residents in need.
Weathering the brisk November air on Saturday evening, Col. Mike Petrash addressed a crowd of veterans, first responders and their family as the bagpipe concluded a military tune.
Standing on an undeveloped area of Promise Pointe’s 12-acre property, Sister Rebecca Janacek doesn’t see just empty land.
First, I want to thank all my fellow veterans for their service to our country. Especially to those who paid the ultimate price to preserve and conserve our way of democratic life and freedoms.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4146 will host a Beat the Back to School Blues Lunch beginning at 11 a.m. Saturday at the post home, 2001 Lova Drive in Victoria.
Too many veterans are still not filing for their veteran benefits. I have been running into many World War II, Korean, Vietnam and recent war veterans who are not aware of the benefits they have earned and deserve.
Veterans who left high school before graduating to in the United States Armed Forces, may qualify to receive their high school diploma from the school in which they would have graduated from.
The 27th annual Knowledge Bowl, benefitting the Victoria Adult Literacy Council, will add a new division for college or university students this year.
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