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Friday Nigh Lights Week 2
Here we go again, here is your week 2 area High School Football schedule!  The West Warriors hit the road and visit San Antonio McCollum.  San Marcos vists Memorial Stadium as The East Titans have their home opener, and  Shiner visit The STJ Flyers here at Patti Welder Stadium...
‘Adopt A Beach’ Fall Cleanup September 26th
Thousands of Adopt-A-Beach volunteers remove an average of 500 tons of trash each year from Texas beaches. Through two large scale cleanups, and a number of smaller ones, Texans arrive by the thousands to show their dedication to keeping Texas beaches clean...
MCB To Host Dr. Robert J. Maberry
Join MCB on Thursday, September 17 at 5:30pm for "What is a Texas Confederate Flag?", a lecture & discussion by Dr. Robert J. Maberry. Dr. Maberry is a pioneer in the field of vexillology (the scholarly study of flags) and an authority on historic Texas flags and symbols.
Prescribed Burn Seminar Tuesday
The 'Coastal Bend Prescribed Burn Association' will hold an all day semina beginning at 8am Tuesday, July 28th, at the Dacosta Sons of Herman Hall, 15736 Farm-to-Market Road 168. The agenda is as follows;
8:00 - 8:30 – Registration $25...
POC Paddling Trail Ribbon Cutting Thursday
The official ribbon cutting for the new POC Paddling Trail will be Thursday at 9am at Little Jetties, Washington Street and Commerce Street in Port O'Connor. The POC Paddling Trail consists of a series of interconnecting trails. The twelve mile expansion adds two new trails, Pass Cavallo J-hook Trai…
New Offering From Whataburger
Speaking of food (which we were, earlier today) I don't know anyone who doesn't like 'Whataburger'. I'm sure there are some people who don't, but, in South Texas, you just don't say it out loud.  :)  Every so often, the folks at Whataburger come up with something new to tickle our taste buds. Check …
Planning A Summer Road Trip? Here’s How Texas Ranks
It's summertime, time to enjoy the great outdoors, head to the beach, or take a road trip. Like most Americans, that's what my family has planned, load up the family Truckster, and head out to see the world's largest ball of twine. Okay, actually to see some of the sights across this great land of o…
Guadalupe River to Crest at Gonzales Today
(News release--Gonzales Inquirer, Gonzales, Texas) • The Guadalupe River at Gonzales is expected to crest at about 1 p.m. Wednesday at 43 feet — which is classified as major flooding. Conditions could remain flooded until 1 p.m. Thursday.

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