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Woman charged with money laundering after traffic stop in Refugio
Refugio County Sheriff’s Office deputies and Goliad County Sheriff’s Office deputies discovered $86,000 in U.S. currency after making a traffic stop in Refugio on Nov. 28. Working as part of the Operation Lone Star Task Force, deputies stopped a vehicle after the driver committed a traffic violation. During...
Waterfowl outside of the classroom
Vidal Guerra stepped off the dock after his first duck hunt and loudly asked, “How do you join this hunting club?” His excitement was contagious. He told the group of other hunters that a duck landed in the spread, and he was shaking so bad that he got duck fever and couldn’t shoot.
Embark on a Culinary Journey: Discover Port Aransas' 3 Must-Try Mexican Eateries
In this article, we're going to explore three exceptional Mexican restaurants located in Port Aransas. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these places yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below!
Weekly Safety Report: Deadly Crashes and Cemetery Vandalism in Aransas Pass
This week in Aransas Pass, Texas, there were several incidents that occurred. These include a deadly crash on State Highway 35, a fatal accident near Aransas Pass, and vandalism at the Prairie View Community Cemetery.
Fun Friday: Where are the Holiday events in the Coastal Bend this weeknd?
Take a look at all the festive events that are scheduled for this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
P.A.A.C. offers services to pet owners in Aransas County
Now, a program is giving pet owners an opportunity to keep their pets healthy. Its called, P.A.A.C, the program spays and neuters animals for free.
Puppies in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in rockport, TX?
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of rockport..
Cannonball Jellyfish Found on the Shore of Port Aransas Jetties
Experience an unusual sight in Port Aransas as dozens of cabbage head jellyfish, also known as cannonball jellyfish, have washed up on the shore. Visit the jetties to witness this rare phenomenon.
Rockport police chief announced as new TCOLE executive director
On Thursday, the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) announced Chief Gregory Stevens as the agency's executive director, which is effective Jan. 8, 2024, according to a news release from TCOLE.
Yay, it's the weekend! Here's what's going on around town
Get ready for a festive weekend in town! From the 14th annual Christmas tree Forest at the art museum to the Christmas at the Lighthouse Gala in Rockport, there's something for everyone. Don't miss The Nutcracker performance, the reindeer run, or Santa Paws for your furry friends. Stay tuned for more details!
Rebuilding Aransas Pass and developing a
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Aransas Pass city leaders have spent millions of dollars in grant money to help rebuild this community.
Aransas Pass working on its 20-year plan for citywide improvements
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The city of Aransas Pass is working on a 20-year master plan which will spell out what improvements people want to see in the city. The master plan won't be completed until after the first of the new year. The city held the third meeting...
Man with outstanding warrant arrested, charged with narcotics possession in Portland
A man with an outstanding probation violation warrant out of Nueces County has been arrested and charged along with three other men for alleged possession of controlled substances in Portland, according to the Portland Police Department. Mathew Krebs, 36, has been charged with four counts of possession of a controlled...
Refugio HS student wants to put smile on senior citizens’ faces this holiday season
As a youngster, Quetzal Vasquez would take tamales to her grandmother, Consuelo Barraza, at Refugio’s Mission Ridge Rehabilitation & Nursing Center. “The other residents would flock to her, wanting tamales and wanting to talk or touch her,” Quetzal’s mother, Ixtlazihuatl Vasquez said. Quetzal’s grandmother passed away in...
Refugio County Chamber of Commerce Member of the Month
The Refugio County Chamber of Commerce Member of the Month for November was the Town of Refugio. Pictured (from left) are Councilperson Dale Skorbarcek, Chamber Board Secretary Jeff Steele , Councilperson Ixtlazihuatl Vasquez, Councilperson Lenny Anzaldua, Mayor Wanda Dukes and Councilperson Michael Rocha. (Contributed photo)
Ingleside Man’s Visit to Aransas Pass Cemetery Almost His Last
From humble beginnings, entrepreneur Chris Coulter, 56, has become legendary in Aransas Pass for creating a business empire that includes ... PLEASE LOG IN FOR PREMIUM CONTENT. Our website requires visitors to log in to view the best local news. Not yet a subscriber? Subscribe today!
Final Cleanup of Conn Brown Harbor in Aransas Pass to Commence After New Year
Discover the ongoing efforts to clean up contamination at three sites in Conn Brown Harbor, Aransas Pass. With two sites ready for development, the city is now focusing on the final site and a nearby polluted spot, aiming for completion after the New Year.
Tuna continues to be big catch here
Anglers have been catching a lot of tuna on trips offshore, according to reports from docks along the Port Aransas waterfront. Capt. Dee Wallace, tournament director of Fisherman’s Wharf, said the dock’s long-range trip aboard the Scat Cat returned with a great catch. He said anglers returned with 33 yellowfin tuna, 25 of which weighed more than 100 pounds. They […]
ROAD TO STATE: The Knights and Coach David Saenz Ready For State Semifinal
In a back-and-forth battle for their district opener, the Rockport-Fulton Pirates secured their first victory of the season-- a 36-28 win over Pleasanton. Looking to battle hard through district play, the Pirates are ready to go against their opponents. Check out a gallery from their first half of the season play below: