My husband, Peter, is fascinated by hummingbirds.
Earlier this summer, I shared important information on how to prepare in case of a hurricane. I would like to revisit that topic in relation to another type of weather emergency with the potential to affect residents of the Coastal Bend: flooding. Given our community’s proximity to the Texas coast, many residents may already be aware that flooding can occur near the water or in other low-lying areas. However, as illustrated by the recent flood events, flooding is a possibility even in those areas not typically at risk for this type of weather disaster. With this in mind, I would like to share some of the necessary steps you can take to ensure your family is safe and prepared in case of a flood.
Three white peacemakers nervously waited for the Comanche council to decide whether they lived or died on Aug. 10, 1843.
I received a letter to the editor a little over a week ago from a nine-year-old boy in Ingleside which ran in last week’s edition of The Ingleside Index.
I noticed my wrists were sticking to my desk.