This time last year the Tri-County Christian Service Center (TCCSC) looked for support just to keep the doors open.
As butterflies migrate to their winter grounds, the North Bay area is in their flight path. This monarch found a place to rest in a salt cedar.
Due to several hundred utility bills being high, the City of Aransas Pass is extending the utility bill due dates to Oct. 25. According to a post on the City’s Facebook page, all 4,200 accounts are
A.C. Blunt Middle School student Payton Lightsey earned a spot to compete at the regional choir competition on Nov. 12 in Rockport.
Bestselling author John Lyman graduated from Aransas Pass High School in 1968, and recently, he spoke at APHS to encourage students to follow their dreams. “Don’t let where you come from stop you,”