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Kirkland Eggemeyer, left, and Jake Schneider won third place at the Texas Computer Education Association state robotics contest in Deer Park on Saturday. They competed against 56 other teams from a...
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Former Refugio County far...
REFUGIO COUNTY – Dewey Bellows, who farms in Refugio County and the surrounding area, said he remembers Doug Williams as a guy who was always thinking of ways to improve farming. “He worked quite a...
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The power of three: A mot...
By Ben Tinsley The Progress THREE RIVERS – It’s hard to deny the appeal the River Gypsy Boutique and Outfitter has to its growing customer base. Responses come quickly when subjects of interest — s...
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Goliad Main Street’s annu...
GOLIAD – Spring has sprung and the Goliad Main Street Program is hosting the 18th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19 at 10 a.m. on the Courthouse Square. An Easter Parade of decorated whe...
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Dreyer receives state rec...
REFUGIO – Refugio I.S.D. is proud to announce Kymberlee Dreyer has qualified for State Recognition with the Duke Talent Identification Program. She earned this award by scoring at or above the nati...
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GWEF awards nearly $150,0...
Contributed report The Progress GEORGE WEST – The George West Education Foundation awarded almost $150,000 in grants last week to George West ISD teachers—an emotional event for many of the educato...
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Falls City Education Foun...
FALLS CITY – The Falls City Education Foundation held its very first major fundraising gala on the evening of April 5 at the Falls City Community Hall, with the gala’s theme being “Blue & White” in...
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GHS filmmakers win first ...
AUSTIN – Goliad High School's "Hall Monitors" won first place in the narrative category at Wednesday night's UIL Young Filmmakers Festival 2014 Awards Night at the Paramount Theater. The GHS film "...
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Goliad's Billo defends re...
SAN MARCOS – Goliad senior Ryder Billo is head back to the state tournament after rolling past Universal City Randolph's Jefferey Fagan 6-2, 6-3 in Thursday's boys singles final at the Region IV-2A...
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Political sign flap develops
REFUGIO COUNTY – An anonymous complaint about Refugio County Judge Rene Mascarro’s political signs led to a Texas Department of Transportation rule pertaining to campaign signs. The message, posted...
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Drum Café beats final rhythm of BCA’s concert season
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The Drum Café will bring an African drumming experience to the A.C. Jones High School Auditorium Thursday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m.—the last performance of the Beeville Concert Association’s 2013-2014 s...

GHS duo takes third at state robotics event
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Kirkland Eggemeyer, left, and Jake Schneider won third place at the Texas Computer Education Association state robotics contest in Deer Park on Saturday. They competed against 56 other teams from a...

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Hay quality gets high priority with local cattlemen interested in less expensive quality forage. Shown here examining samples from an earlier hay show are (from left) Jack Gaines of Skidmore, Hilma...
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By Daniel Lovering CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts (Reuters) - More than 1,600 people gathered at the Ma...
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FILE - In this Aug. 6, 2006 file photo, Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow smiles after being sworn in as the "Dragon Head" of the Chee Kung Tong in Chinatown in San Francisco. Chow, a central figure in a sweeping San Francisco organized crime and public corruption case, pleaded not guilty. The FBI spent many millions of dollars and used more than a dozen undercover operatives posing as honest businessmen and Mafia figures alike during its seven year organized crime investigation centered in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Now, an increasing number of the defendants caught up in the probe that has ensnared a state senator and an aide are arguing that the FBI and its undercover agents are guilty of entrapment, luring otherwise honest people to go along with criminal schemes hatched by federal officials. (AP Photo/Sing Tao Daily, File)
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