The following editorial published on Jan. 15 in the Los Angeles Times:
Victoria City Council members plan to kick around a few new ideas for Bootfest, and they seem ready to exchange its design for one that is not so costly to taxpayers.
Domingo Estrada, 35, a member of the Mark Morris Dance Group, might be putting on a helmet rather than a costume had certain influences not been available during his upbringing in Victoria. While he first aspired to become a professional football player, he ultimately learned that his passio…
The humongous scoreboard that hangs from the rafters at AT&T Stadium in Arlington read: Refugio 28, Post 7.
When a loved one is ill or facing the final months or days of life, the family does not need the added burden of worrying if the state is going to take away the family home as a reimbursement for paying the loved one’s Medicaid.
Mary Lynn and Chuck McMichael, a music-teaching duo in Victoria, recently hosted a free program, “The Lighted Trail Family Christmas Special,” at the Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts.
For a three-week period from mid-December to early January, bird lovers and wildlife biologists from all over the country come together for the National Audubon Society’s annual Christmas bird count, which they have been doing for 120 years.
On Sept. 21, 1897, in New York City, The Sun ran an editorial in answer to a letter from 8-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon. The writer who penned this immortal piece was veteran newsman Francis Pharcellus Church. It has since become the most reprinted newspaper editorial in history. Here, at the …
A mound of paperwork is not the same as a clear, insightful and objective examination of a multimillion-dollar project. In fact, it’s just the opposite.
Contributing to nonprofits and human service agencies in the Crossroads that help the homeless community is a wise and generous decision.
Dressed in authentic 18th century garb, the Victoria children shaking jars of cream were indulging in more than just make-believe.
Two Victoria women were recent victims of a terrible dog attack. One victim, Rosa Garcia, was able to deter the dogs with her wheelchair and didn’t suffer any physical wounds. The other victim, Blanca Vasquez, who was not so lucky, suffered severe injuries on her arms and legs and remained h…
There’s a certain magic in the air on Christmas morning as children emerge from their rooms to find wished-for toys and surprises left by Santa.
Most members of the El Campo school board think Medal of Honor recipient Master Sgt. Roy P. Benavidez is not worthy enough to have the district’s elementary school renamed in his honor.
By any standard, Christmas in the Park in Cuero is an awe-inspiring display of holiday lights.
Thanksgiving is a day to be grateful. Grateful for family, friends and food on the table. But not everyone is living in the most fortunate situation.
For many of our area teams, the excitement of Friday night lights has extended well into the playoff season – but for the most part, the lights of Memorial Stadium have stayed dark.
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