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Crashes increased by 295.5 percent in McMullen County and by 11.1 percent in Live Oak County from 2008 to 2011, according to the Texas Department of Transportation. Comment?
Bee County could still have a wind farm along its southern border despite last week's decision. Comment?
Contributed photo From left, U.S. Rep. Ruben Hinojosa District Representative Mark Gonzales, ConocoPhillips representatives Keith Kucher and Randy Black, County Judge Barbara Shaw and Karnes City Fire Chief Charlie Malik pose together for a photo during the May 2 groundbreaking ceremony in celebration of the beginning of construction of ... (more) Comment?
The April 23 regular meeting of the Karnes City City Council saw the council approve Amelia "Mely" Martinez to the official position of city secretary/comptroller. Martinez had been working for the city in various capacities since 1985, and was eventually appointed as assistant city secretary in March of 2011. Comment?
Gateway Planning Group representative Brad Lonberger presented an economic development report to city council in a workshop session during Tuesday night's city meeting. Comment?
The past couple of weeks haven't been easy as students and faculty grapple with the layoff of employees and budget cuts hitting divisions at Coastal Bend College. Comment?
The ability to change fleets of vehicles from gasoline or diesel to compressed natural gas or liquefied natural gas is out there and cheaper than ever. Comment?
Karnes County's jail received some good news, for a change. A letter from the Texas Commission on Jail Standards to Karnes County Sheriff Dwayne Villanueva dated April 3 acknowledged the excellent work done by the Karnes County Sheriff's Office in obtaining a Certificate of Compliance for the Karnes County Jail. Comment?
At a special meeting of the Karnes City City Council held on April 11, Don Tymrak resigned as mayor and was hired by the city to be the new city manager. Comment?
After hearing from representatives of Karnes City area residents opposed to the construction of an injection well located just outside the city limits of Karnes City, the Texas Railroad Commission voted unanimously to deny the permit requested for the well. Comment?
By Cathy Passmore Wow! What a week we have just had at the chamber and with all of the events going on in the area. Comment?
Bill Clough photo Business Division Chair Jeanene Jones cries with her students Amanda Govella, left, and Elaine Brown, right, April 18 after CBC trustees did not renew her contact and those of 11 other full-time instructors. Comment?
Engineers working on plan to drill a well into the Jasper aquifer and build a reverse osmosis plant to remove solids and chlorides from the water had a slightly modified plan when they spoke to those attending a town hall meeting Tuesday night. Comment?
With a $61 billion impact and growing, the Eagle Ford Shale oil and gas play is causing many people to pay attention. Comment?
With a $61 billion impact and growing the Eagle Ford Shale oil and gas play is causing many people to pay attention. Comment?
The Live Oak County Airport is currently 3,800 feet long and 60 feet wide. Once the $500,000 match funds are raised, the $5 million project will extend the airport to 5,000 feet long and 75 feet wide to accomodate larger jets. Comment?
The above map was used study to which counties were included in 14-county and 20-county data. Comment?
By Cathy Passmore Your Karnes City Community Chamber of Commerce sends out our best wishes that you were blessed with a Happy Easter. Comment?
Mike Pierson, the local voice on the effects of the Eagle Ford Shale boom with relation to Three Rivers addressed the Little Acorn Study Club on Thursday, March 21 at First United Methodist Church. Comment?
The Kenedy Chamber of Commerce would like to thank everyone who participated in the inaugural Kenedy Grapewine Classic. Comment?