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Realignment for Crossroads Schools Mean New, Old Rivalries
Yesterday was the day when decisions on realignment were announced, and there are changes in store for South Texas schools.
In a meeting yesterday at the Region III Education Center, changes were announced that include moving Victoria East and West to District 15-5a, Division I, where they will face …
Victoria College Plans Employment Workshops
If you're looking for a job, Victoria College will be putting on some workshops designed to help you in your search.
The college's Workforce & Continuing Education Department will host workshops on Tuesdays, the first of which will be this coming February 6th, the others scheduled f…
Blockbuster Video Closing the Last Texas Location
Is the local video store finally dead? With the popularity of streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and others, and DVD movie vending services like Redbox, I thought video stores were gone a long time ago. The Friday night ritual of visiting the video store to rent movies and games tha…
Deadline to Register to Vote in Primaries Fast Approaching
Like they say, if you don't like they way things are and you don't exercise your right to vote, you have no room to complain. Keep that in mind and consider it an incentive to to vote in the upcoming Texas Primaries.
The first primaries of the year are set for March 6th and the deadline to be registe…
Victoria Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week
Victoria Crime Stoppers needs your help identifying someone suspected of debit card abuse. According to police, on December 31st, a debit card was used at a local store without the owner’s permission.  The woman shown in the above and below pictures may be involved...
Consumer Alert: Phone Scam Reported in Jackson County
It never ceases to amaze me that in this day and age with all the stories about scams to watch out for, that people still fall for the same old things. Now officials are reporting a phone scam targeting people in Jackson County.
Jackson County Sheriff A...
Over $1 Million in Unpaid Red Light Tickets in Port Lavaca
The City of Port Lavaca is discontinuing the use of red light cameras this week and as of the end of last year, a reported $1,353,283 in fines remain unpaid.
Officials say nearly 38,000 tickets were generated from use of the cameras, and the majority have not been paid...

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