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Bill Clough Report & Video Director 361-358-2250

Biography

Bill Clough is a reporter at the Beeville Bee-Picayune. He is also one of the video editors for the newspaper along with being a photographer and videographer.

Work

Articles

Media

  • Jim Warren of George West at home. He’s written his second novel. He hopes to have it published in time for this year’s annual Storyfest.
    Jim Warren of George West at home. He’s written his second novel. He hopes to have it published in time for this year’s annual Storyfest.
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  • Thursday collision.Bill Clough photo.Emergency Medical Service personnel with Angel Care Ambulance Service wheel the passenger of a 2008 Chevrolet sedan to a waiting ambulance just before noon Thursday after a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of U.S. Highway 59 and FM 351 east of the city. According to officers at the scene, the accident occurred when an eastbound GMC Sierra pickup ran a stop light. The sedan, with a female driver and a female passenger, hit the side of the pickup as that vehicle went through the green light at the intersection. The passenger of the sedan was taken to Christus Spohn Hospital Beeville with minor injuries.
    Thursday collision.Bill Clough photo.Emergency Medical Service personnel with Angel Care Ambulance Service wheel the passenger of a 2008 Chevrolet sedan to a waiting ambulance just before noon Thursday after a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of U.S. Highway 59 and FM 351 east of the city. According to officers at the scene, the accident occurred when an eastbound GMC Sierra pickup ran a stop light. The sedan, with a female driver and a female passenger, hit the side of the pickup as that vehicle went through the green light at the intersection. The passenger of the sedan was taken to Christus Spohn Hospital Beeville with minor injuries.
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  • Fifteen-year-old A.C. Jones High School sophomore Leticia Martinez uses “Waldo” Wednesday to attend classes from home via her laptop. The student is still recovering from eye surgery, making attending class difficult.
    Fifteen-year-old A.C. Jones High School sophomore Leticia Martinez uses “Waldo” Wednesday to attend classes from home via her laptop. The student is still recovering from eye surgery, making attending class difficult.
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