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Officials warn against online scams

Last week, Port Lavaca resident Liz Williams received a Facebook friend request from someone who appeared to be with Publishers Clearing House. More...

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Accessibility requirements a necessity for public access

Several years ago I went through the training required to become a licensed registered accessibility specialist. More...

Columns  Free Access 

Governor says family of woman who died in custody deserves answers

AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on July 22 issued a statement regarding the arrest and death of Sandra Bland, a 28-year-old Illinois resident who had driven to Hempstead in response to a job offer from Prairie View A&M University. More...

Trump controls stump

A few decades ago, a Texas Democratic political consultant told some political reporters he would quit sending his candidates into San Antonio for press conferences. Why? “Because I am so tired,” the consultant replied. More...

Church

The danger of deep waters

Living on the coast, we see and sometimes catch sand sharks. Nonetheless, it can be frightening to see a shark while surfing or swimming. More...

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Sports

Stewart named a top running back for class of 2021

Jarius Stewart, of Port Lavaca, recently attended the Football University Top Gun showcase in Dublin, Ohio. The 12-year-old, who is known around town as “G-baby,” was selected as a top ten running back for the graduating class of 2021. More...

2 men arrested on drug charges

Two Port Lavaca men were arrested on drug-related charges in separate incidents this week. More...

CCISD substitute teacher ready for school year

CCISD substitute teacher training slated for Tuesday

“I just can’t think of doing anything else,” said Rachel Gallo. Gallo has been with the Calhoun County Independent School District for more than 30 years as a substitute teacher at Calhoun High School. More...

MMC reviews yearly budget at regular meeting

Memorial Medical Center reported a profit of $48,136 in June bringing the net income for the year to $495,814, and the county hospital’s board of trustees voted at Tuesday’s monthly meeting to give all employees a three percent raise and More...

Police and Court Reports

ARRESTS

Officials make 10 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...

Youth

OLG brings Vacation Bible School to life

Our Lady of the Gulf Catholic Church hosted Vacation Bible School this week. More...

Back to school news

New student registration More...

Menu

The Heritage Center lunch menu for the week of Aug. 2 through Aug. 7 is as follows: Monday, Aug. 3 – Oven fried chicken, poultry gravy, whipped potatoes, lima beans, wheat bread and orange wedges. More...

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