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Life skills, religion taught at youth summer camp

The Calhoun County Ministerial Alliance has wrapped up the first of two summer youth camps it will host this summer. The first camp ran from Monday to Friday and focused on different aspects of learning and activities. More...

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PL officials present five year plan for city

The Port Lavaca City Council considered a proposed five-year capital improvement plan presented by city staff Tuesday night. More...

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Governor makes final decisions on bills passed by Legislatures

AUSTIN — Governor Greg Abbott on June 20 completed the task of reviewing all bills that were passed by the Texas Legislature. He had until midnight on June 21 to get the job done. More...

Preparing new leaders to carry the torch

Leadership is a topic often thrown out in a broad sense, but do you know it when you see it. One person sees a prophet; another sees someone who needs a straitjacket. More...

Effort to start race war may do opposite

The senseless racist murder of nine members of a historic black church in Charleston, S.C., was a sad counterpoint to months of controversy of blacks being shot by white cops. More...

Church

Do not let your heart freeze

As I sit to write today, the closing performance of the Port Lavaca Main Street Theatre children’s production of “Snow Queen” is being played out on stage. More...

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Stadium project bid more than $730,000 over budget, board takes no action

Once again, projects related to the Calhoun County Independent School District 2013 bond have come in over budget. More...

CCISD board, superintendent disagree over communications building at Tuesday meeting

The installation of a communications shelter was cause for debate at the special called Calhoun County Independent School District board of trustees meeting. More...

$2.7 million in revenue expected in MMC budget

The Memorial Medical Clinic board of trustees approved a budget for 2016 Tuesday that calls for net income to reach $2.7 million. More...

Texas Water Safari postponed until July 11

The Texas Water Safari, known as the world’s toughest canoe race, has been postponed until July 11 due to river conditions. More...

Commissioners authorize letter to Corps of Engineers

A letter to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers urging a high priority for the widening and deepening of the Matagorda Ship Channel into Point Comfort was authorized Thursday by Calhoun County Commissioners’ Court. More...

Police and Court Reports

Officials make 12 weekday arrests

ARRESTS

The arrest records made available through the Port Lavaca Wave newspaper are public information. Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime. More...

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Thank you

Once again the Port Lavaca Main Street Theatre is silent. Costumes are being cleaned and going into storage, and sets are being taken down and put away. Once again we have had an incredible tenperformance run of a fantasy fairy tale. More...

Youth

The Dance Company to host recital

The Dance Company will host its annual recital entitled “Spirit of Dance” at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 27, at the Calhoun High School auditorium. Admission is free. More...

FUMC of Seadrift hosts first VBS

First United Methodist Church of Seadrift recently hosted its first Vacation Bible School. More...

HJM perfect attendance awards

HJM Elementary School announces perfect attendance awards for the sixth six weeks session. They are as follows: More...

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COMMUNITY EVENTS

Up to date happenings

VFD fish fry The Austwell Volunteer Fire Department will host its annual fish fry fundraiser from 5-7 p.m., Saturday, June 27, at Wilson Heard Park. There will also be a dance, live auction, raffle and fire works show. More...

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