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The 2021 Hooks High School Softball Preseason Large School All-Star team... [Read More]
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Skidmore-Tynan overcame Santa Gertrudis Academy in the fourth quarter to advance to the regional semifinals. [Read More]
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has asked for the public's help in identifying the affect on wildlife after last week's winter storm. [Read More]
Athletes from London, Veterans Memorial, Carroll, Kingsville, Skidmore-Tynan, Calallen and Bishop are finalists this week. [Read More]
Orange Grove receiver Conner Eulenfeld was named first team all-state in Class 3A by the Texas Sports Writers Association. [Read More]
Veterans Memorial pitcher Xavier Perez starts on short notice and helps the Eagles top rival King to start the season and District 29-5A play. [Read More]
Students can have access at four locations: East Campus, West Campus, Center for Economic Development and the Northwest Center in Calallen. [Read More]
College officials expect the demand for nurses in Nueces County to increase by 21% by 2029. Application are being accepted now through Apr. 30. [Read More]
The District Advisory Team will meet with the Corpus Christi ISD Board of Trustees Mar. 2 to create the written part of the District of... [Read More]
The Hooks announced the 2021 South Texas Preseason Small School Softball All-Stars. [Read More]
Malachi Lott recovered from a slow start and Gregory-Portland used a five-run third inning to top the Moody Trojans 8-3 to open the season. [Read More]
Refugio's Zavien Wills was named first-team all-state in Class 2A at linebacker buy the Texas Sports Writers Association. [Read More]
Many students didn't have power or water from the Texas winter storm. [Read More]
London overcame a slow start to defeat Mathis in the Class 3A bi-district round. [Read More]
London overcame a slow start to run away with a Class 3A bi-district win against Mathis. [Read More]
Mathis faces London in a Class 3A bi-district playoff game... [Read More]
Utility officials have gotten reports of customers receiving $4,000 for electricity bills since the storm. Experts warn more could be in the offing. [Read More]
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