Remnant House Challenges Aransas Pass Over Homeless Encampment

Within a fenced off section of property occupied by The Remnant House of Worship at 157 S. Commercial St. in downtown Aransas Pass, homeless individuals have been provided respite, a haven – so to speak – the only place in the Harbor City that offers a safe and secure location for those living on the streets. But as of February 1st, the city administration warned The Remnant founder, Tracie Barnes Frazier, that she’s in violation of a law that forbids what the government de_nes as ‘camping’ here, warning she and anyone else deemed responsible may face civil citations that could lead to a court hearing, and/or jail. (Aransas Pass Progress)

Aransas Pass Teen Launching Baking Empire Right From Hom

Alexa Flores, 17, lives in Aransas Pass but attends high school in Rockport where she will graduate in May. In January she launched a home-based business, Alexa Marie (her middle name) Baking, using social media to raise awareness of her sumptuous products that she will deliver or arrange for pick-up. Her customer base stretches as far as Victoria where she has many relatives. It’s also where she _rst found inspiration to start baking as a young girl. (Aransas Pass Progress)

	PTSD Group in Aransas Pass Inspired by Army Veteran Wracked by Pain of War

James Dickerson, 51, used to live in Aransas Pass, but now calls Rockport home, preferring to live alone with his service dog, Crowley. The Pitbull is trained to sense when Dickerson gets too emotional or may act on a _t of rage, he sometimes _nds dif_cult to control. “When my dog goes down, I go down,” Dickerson shared, explaining Crowley will grab one of the veteran’s hands and literally force him to the ground until he cools off. The Army specialists’ wounds run deep, both physical and psychological, but he is embracing a form of recovery that’s helped and is establishing PTSD support groups across the nation to help others. He is working on opening a chapter inside the historic Rialto Theater. (Aransas Pass Progress)

	Aransas Pass Pet Owner Promotes Fostering to Reduce Shelter Population

Tina Spears, 37, served as a former Ingleside Animal Control Of_cer, but has always called Aransas Pass home. Now an employee with the City of Portland, she has started fostering pets as they transition to permanent homes out of state, encouraging other people to do the same. (Ingleside Index)

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Wes Denney, 44, and wife Holly, 36, own and operate Freedom RV Service at 603 Banty Ln. in Aransas Pass, opening the location they built from the ground up last November. A formal Grand Opening event is scheduled this Saturday, February 3rd, from 1-5:00 p.m.
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Aransas Pass/Ingleside Battle Raging Brush Fire as Threat Persists

News Stories

First VFW Aransas Pass Market of 2024 a Huge Success

Eager shoppers came from near and far to sample wares being sold at the _rst VFW Market Days of 2024, held February 3-4 at the VFW Post 2932,

Oil and gas permits for Bee, Goliad, Karnes, Live Oak, McMullen, Refugio and San Patricio counties.

Jan. 30-Feb. 5, 2023 Bee County

Aransas Pass Teen Launching Baking Empire Right From Hom

Alexa Flores, 17, lives in Aransas Pass but attends high school in Rockport where she will graduate in May. In January she launched a home-based business, Alexa Marie (her middle name) Baking, using social media to raise awareness of her sumptuous products that she will deliver or arrange for pick-up. Her customer base stretches as far as Victoria where she has many relatives. It’s also where she _rst found inspiration to start baking as a young girl. (Aransas Pass Progress)

Small Business Corner: Alexa Marie Baking, Aransas Pass

Oil and gas completions for Bee, Goliad, Karnes, Live Oak, McMullen, Refugio and San Patricio counties.

Jan. 30- Feb. 5, 2023 Bee County

Goliad County

Aransas Pass/Ingleside Battle Raging Brush Fire as Threat Persists

Low humidity and high winds created ideal conditions for a large brush fire that broke out along a section of FM 1069 near Robert Rd.

Sports

The Ingleside Lady Mustangs clinched the thirdplace postseason berth in District 30-4A with 43-37 win over the Rockport-Fulton Lady Pirates on Feb. 6 in Rockport.

The Corpus Christi London Pirates took a 7-2 District 29-4A soccer win over the Ingleside Mustangs in Ingleside on Feb. 6.

TheMustangs dropped to 6-6 overall and 2-4 in district matches.

	Aransas Pass Little League preps for Opening Day

Aransas Pass Little League Vice President and Player Agent Betty Vaden (left) holds Khloe St.

	AP’s Ochoa, Lara get gold at Woodsboro meet

Aransas Pass’ Travis Ochoa captured the gold medal in the 181-pound weight class at the Woodsboro Invitational Powerlifting Meet on Feb. 3.

The Aransas Pass Lady Panthers clinched a tie for the District 29-3A title as they coasted to a 6827 win over the Mathis Lady Pirates on Feb. 6 in Mathis.

Obituaries

Bulis

Bulis

In Loving Memory of Michael Richard Bulis October 22, 1951 - February 5, 2024

Tommy Michael Cox

Tommy MIchael Cox longtime resident of Wylie, Texas passed away Tuesday January 30, 2024 in Allen, Texas at the age of 81.

Mason

Mason

Anita Louise Lempka Mason, 82, recently of Rockport, Texas, passed away peacefully on December 30, 2023 in Canyon Lake, Texas.

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Rockport – Robert Leon Schultz passed away on January 25, 2024. He was 60.

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Michael P. Damron, 70, passed away on January 23, 2024. Michael was born in Wellington, Texas, to parents, Bill Curtis and Ruth Maurine Damron on February 19, 1953.

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