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Pastor Ian Caceres, 41, grew up in the Rio Grande Valley and pursued early hopes of being an actor, even attending the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and living in New York City. But he admits his sin-filled lifestyle was leading him down the wrong path until he found Jesus Christ during a revival and believes God guided him to the pulpit, the past 9 years as spiritual leader of First Baptist Church in Aransas Pass. Aransas Pass Progress

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Several Aransas Pass residents joined the May 21 clean-up effort throughout the city, which was held to help people get their yards ready and rid of debris prior to the start of hurricane season. The city has emphasized that the less trash and debris around during hurricane-force winds, the less projectiles will be thrown around to cause damage or injury. Aransas Pass Progress

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Decorative lamp posts adorn parts of Commercial St. in downtown Aransas Pass. Clean Green, a group seeking to beautify the city wherever it can has received approval from City Council to repaint the light posts ‘jay blue’. Aransas Pass Progress

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Mike Williams is Native American Indian and a US Navy veteran, originally from New Mexico, currently a resident of Aransas Pass. His encounters with ‘entities’ or ‘ghosts’ date back to his early childhood. He’s forming a local group of paranormal investigators – but only serious, likeminded need apply. Aransas Pass Progress

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James Mills speaks to the Aransas Pass Independent School District Board of Trustees during its May meeting, as he advocates for AC Blunt Middle School teacher and coach Brian Cribb. Cribb has been placed on administrative leave amidst an investigation regarding an incident which occurred April 15 on middle school grounds. Aransas Pass Progress

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Decorative lamp posts adorn parts of Commercial St. in downtown Aransas Pass. Clean Green, a group seeking to beautify the city wherever it can has received approval from City Council to repaint the light posts ‘jay blue’. Aransas Pass Progress

To locals, Aransas Pass is often spoken of as a ‘pass through’, much less a destination.

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Graduates from Aransas Pass High School in cap and gown Tuesday, May 17th return from the traditional ‘Senior Walk’, visiting each school campus in the city to be regaled by fellow students and fac

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Pastor Ian Caceres, 41, grew up in the Rio Grande Valley and pursued early hopes of being an actor, even attending the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and living in New York City. But he admits his sin-filled lifestyle was leading him down the wrong path until he found Jesus Christ during a revival and believes God guided him to the pulpit, the past 9 years as spiritual leader of First Baptist Church in Aransas Pass. Aransas Pass Progress

In his mid-30’s, Ian Caceres became full time Pastor of First Baptist Church at 627 S. Houston St. in Aransas Pass.

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Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding families and businesses that they can save on the purchase of certain water- and energyefficient products during the state’s Water-Efficient Products and

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The site plan shows a proposed 43 single-family unit subdivision, between West Rhodes Ave and West Beasley Ave. The Aransas Pass City Council is again considering the subdivision, after its application had previously been denied. The council will continue discussions on the development, as it seeks to address and solve some resident concerns related to sewer and other city responsibilities, while at the same time remaining welcoming to new development to help fund city needs. Courtesy: City of Aransas Pass

Attempt number two at 43-unit housing subdivision is a Catch-22 for the Aransas Pass City Council.

Sports

From in the classroom to on the fields and courts, Aransas Pass High School students had a lot to celebrate during the annual All Sports Banquet.

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The Aransas Pass track team competed at the Regional Meet recently in Seguin.

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The Hibiscus Garden Club of Aransas Pass yard of the month is a home located at 559 South Whitney, in which owners Steve and Debbie Martinez have put a lot of love and hard work.

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Russell Phillips at 2009 W. Wheeler #65 (Portobello Village) is Yard of the Month Winner for May.

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Kindley and her father Justin outside their Chandler’s Landing store at 518 Bigelow St. Aransas Pass at Conn Brown Harbor during the hardhead tournament. Aransas Pass Progress

The first annual Hardhead Roundup commenced at Chandler’s Landing on Conn Brown Harbor in Aransas Pass April 2nd.

Obituaries

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Aransas Pass - Manuel Buentello Jr. was born October 13, 1962, in Corpus Christi, Texas to Manuel F. and Aurora Ybarra Buentello. Manuel passed away Friday May 6, 2022. He was 59 years old.

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Mary Madelyn Phillips, age 81, passed away peacefully in her home on Thursday, May 5th. She died surrounded with love and devotion.

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Eva P. Murphy passed away May 4, 2022. She was 94 years old. She was born February 12, 1928 in San Patricio County to Oralia Olivarez Perez and Trinidad Perez.

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Mary Madelyn Phillips, age 81, passed away peacefully in her home on Thursday, May 5th.  She died surrounded with love and devotion.

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