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New CCISD grading system explored

Board discusses grade system changes, no action taken

A new grading system is on the table for Calhoun High School students. Calhoun County Independent School District superintendent James Cowley presented information about possibly changing the grading system policy for the upcoming school year. More...

Pink Heals to hold ‘Light Up the Bay’ event Aug. 1

Lydia Jones, of Port Lavaca, said Light Up the Bay for Cancer Aug. 1 is an opportunity to remember those who are fighting and those who have succumbed to cancer. More...

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CHS coach hosts youth basketball camp

The Sandies summer youth basketball camp was held Monday through Thursday this week. New Calhoun High School girls varsity basketball coach John Reyes hosted the camp for girls in grades second through ninth. More...

Letters to the Editor  Free Access 

Thank you

Dear editor: The Youth Creativity Art Camp would like to thank those who made our camp a success. Our volunteers were dedicated artists and other individuals who wanted the youth to have a great art experience! More...

Youth

Class of 2018 sells lemonade

Members of the Calhoun High School class of 2018 sold lemonade and other treats prior to Point Comfort’s fireworks display last weekend. The students were raising money for their class. More...

Fun at summer youth camp

Children and teenagers created paintings Wednesday at the Calhoun County Ministerial Alliance’s summer youth camp. More...

Piano students receive awards of excellence

During a recent recital, piano students of Betty Jordan received an award of excellence trophy for demonstrating remarkable musical progress through the year. More...

Hardhead Derby slated for next Saturday

The 14th annual Hardhead Derby will be held Saturday, Aug. 1 from 8-11 a.m. at the Bayfront Peninsula. Registration for the fishing tournament starts at 7 a.m. and the tournament is open to children ages 3-15. More...

Port Lavaca taking comments for city plan updates

The City of Port Lavaca wants to know what its residents like, dislike and want for the city by conducting a survey in order to update its comprehensive plan for the next 15 to 20 years. Participants must return the survey by Aug. More...

Property appraisal value announced at $3.366 billion

The Calhoun County Commissioners’ Court received the annual appraisal of the value of property in the county at its regular semimonthly meeting Thursday morning. More...

Police and Court Reports

Law enforcement officials make 19 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...

Community

Many ways to help Port Lavaca

Ask not what Port Lavaca can do for me, but what can I do for Port Lavaca. Apologies to JFK, but that thought has been running through my head all week. More...

Church

Words can be powerful

One might ask the question, “What are some of the greatest challenges that a person has to deal with on a daily basis?” More...

Church Directory

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Coming Events  Free Access 

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Up to date happenings

Vacation Bible school next week at several local churches Kiwanis golf ball drop More...

Obituaries

ESMEREJILDA (HILDA) ARENAS FARIAS

Esmerejilda (Hilda) Arenas Farias, 81, passed away peacefully Tuesday, July 21, 2015 surrounded by her son and grandchildren. She was born April 13, 1934 to Juan and Celestina Castillo Arenas in Kenedy. More...

CLAUDIA ALINE BAKER ROGERS

Claudia Aline Baker Rogers, 67, passed away Friday, July 10, 2015. She was born Aug. 7, 1947 in Corpus Christi to Grace Aline Baker and the late Jack Dee Baker. More...

NORMA R. FOREMAN

Norma R. Foreman, 85, of Port Lavaca, passed away Thursday July 16, 2015. Norma was born Aug. 21, 1929 in Jonesboro, La. to Norman and Ava Nazworth. More...

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