The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped Victoria County residents from making their voices heard in the upcoming election.
The following editorial published on Oct. 13 in the Wall Street Journal:The Wall Street Journal on partisan divides during Amy Coney Barrett’s U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings:
Just as any event that was scheduled in the months since COVID-19 hit home, the Victoria Police Department’s National Night Out looked different Oct. 6 than it had in previous years.
Minnehulla Baptist Church in Goliad has persevered. With the determination of the generations of its members, the church will celebrate a major milestone – 150 years of worship – at 3 p.m. Sunday under a tent on the church grounds.
October is Archaeology Month, which means it’s the perfect time to celebrate achievements and discoveries in local archaeology that help us better understand human history in our rich region.
Bishop Brendan Cahill of the Catholic Diocese of Victoria has the right idea. Families are spending more time together because of the pandemic, so it’s the perfect time to concentrate on the quality of that time being spent together. Cahill declared the Year of the Family beginning Oct. 4. T…
After initially having to wait a month later than usual for the start of football season because of the pandemic, Victoria West will have to wait even longer to play their first game.
The Victoria City Council’s vote Sept.15 to change its position about the safety project near the H-E-B on Rio Grande was the right move to take.
On a blue-skied Saturday earlier this month, dozens of volunteers in Port O’Connor climbed into kayaks and flat-bottomed boats to pick up debris.
Trials often require a lot from their jurors, but risking health and safety is just too much to ask from the citizens called for that service.
On a breezy afternoon on Tres Palacios Bay, Ellis Chapman and Mario Marquez plunged into the warm coastal waters to raise oyster baskets on one of only two research oyster farms in Texas waters.
“We need to in this country begin again to raise civil discourse to another level. I mean, we shout and scream and yell and get very little accomplished, but you can disagree very much with the next guy and still be friends and acquaintances.”
Though Labor Day is often marked by a long weekend busy with outdoor events with family and friends, it also is important to remember and observe the roots of the holiday.
Our state’s historically underfunded and fragmented mental health system has left rural areas and smaller cities, including those that make up the Crossroads, without local care for patients in crisis.
If you’ve recently taken a stroll through downtown Victoria, you’ve probably noticed more pops of color there to greet you around more corners.
Though the coronavirus pandemic has affected each of us in different ways, one thing is clear: It has had an impact on all of our lives, and because of that, none of us is facing it alone.
The Indianola Fishing Marina has weathered many storms since it was built in 1963. And as the world weathers the COVID-19 storm, the iconic marina is recovering from another disastrous setback: severe damages caused by an electrical fire due to the flooding caused by Hurricane Hanna.
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