Monday morning, just after 7:50 a.m., officers on Marine 1 were sent to Hog Island located north of HWY 361 in Aransas Pass, Nueces County, Texas. Police received a report of human remains found.
Fowler Lumber Company has been in business since 1952 and its current owner Zane Whitney “grew up in the lumber yard.” However, Whitney said, “I haven’t seen anything like this (the effects of the pandemic) in all that time.”
Regardless of the arrangements for the upcoming school year some things will stay the same. Making sure students eat a healthy breakfast, either at home or school will always be important. Amy Valdez, Extension Program Specialist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, shares that, “A healthy breakfast can help optimize learning, help children maintain a healthy weight and include foods such as fruits, vegetables, and protein that contain immune supporting nutrients!”
While the pandemic has forced some businesses to close down, it has allowed others to adapt their business methods. Dream Team Relators has been one of the businesses to experience that change in their market.
Aransas Pass recently became the home of author Shelly Lawson, who moved here with her now-fiancé and their rambunctious red heeler Roscoe. Lawson’s newest book The Solomon Conundrum will be released on August 31.