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Ben Jordan Street will close between Galant Fox Drive and Silverado Trail on Oct. 28 so pavement repairs can be made.

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More than 50 members of the Victoria County Master Gardeners Association broke into song as Cliff Knezek entered the pavilion at the Victoria Educational Gardens for a surprise celebration of his 100th birthday Tuesday morning.

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Those looking to make phone calls out of the 361 area code will be required to dial the full 10 digit telephone number for all local calls moving forward.

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Thousands of adopted rubber ducks will dive into the Guadalupe River at Pebble Beach in Riverside Park and race toward the finish line at the 2nd Annual Victoria Duck Safari Nov. 6. The event, which will include food trucks, will kick off at noon, and the duck race will begin at 2 p.m.

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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of DeWitt County, DeWitt County Beef and Forage Committee and Cuero Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture are sponsoring a five hour continuing education event on Nov. 18.

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Light piano music played in the background of Allie Byars’ first grade classroom at Victoria’s Smith STEM Academy. It was intended to help the students get into a focused mindset. The tables the students sat at were covered with craft supplies. Students manipulated pipe cleaners, popsicle st…

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Thousands of costumed candy-seekers braved the heat and descended upon Victoria’s DeLeon Plaza for an afternoon of music, contests, free food and trick-or-treating.

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It’s easy for us to get caught up in the present, project what we would like to see for the future, all while forgetting everything that’s already happened in the past. Sometimes we all need to take a breath and reflect on everything that has gotten us to where we are today. Without these ac…

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Glowing jack-o’-lanterns, children dressed as ghastly goblins and spooky, scream-worthy home decorations all say Halloween.

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Fourteen Crossroads students were awarded scholarships from the South Texas Farm and Ranch Show. The scholarships totaled $19,000.

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The South Texas Farm & Ranch Show continues to be the longest running (started in 1982) nonprofit regional farm and ranch show in South Texas and this year will enjoy its 37th year of success by providing quality, relevant, education for farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses, and the general…

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