Ashley Trapp recently was cited for her softball play.
The Colorado County Commissioners Court convened in regular session Monday, Apr. 12 and citizens spoke of immigration concerns during public comments.
Springtime in Colorado County is blooming with events.
What started off as a breathtaking silent film, “The Great Train Robbery”, shown inside a tent in the early 1900s, blossomed into an entertainment event heralded as a Hollywood-style Broadway moving-picture talkie theater.
On the heels of the largest collection to-date, federal, state and local partners prepare for April event.
Early voting for the May 1 local elections will begin Monday, Apr. 19.
WEIMAR – More than 500 Lower Colorado River Authority employees spent Friday, Apr. 9, working on dozens of community projects that included painting, planting and sprucing up parks and playgrounds during LCRA’s annual day of service, Steps Forward Day.
Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order last week banning state agencies, cities or counties from creating a “vaccine passport” requirement.
AUSTIN – Sadly, distracted driving is still near the top of the list when it comes to crashes on Texas roadways, coming in at No. 2 for trafficrelated crash causes. Last year Texas roadways saw nearly 1 in 5 crashes caused by a distracted driver in which 364 people died and 2,200 were seriously injured.
Jerry Wayne Courtney, 74, of El Campo, formerly of Houston, passed away Apr. 9. He was born Dec. 15, 1946 in San Antonio to the late George and Viola Closson Courtney.
Elizabeth M. “Liz” Kana passed away Mar. 1 at the age of 101 at Columbus Oaks Healthcare Community in Columbus.