Michael Price, of Brackenridge Recreation Complex, recently stopped by the Calhoun County Library to show his creepy crawly exhibit to children at the library. Price is showing the children a molted tarantula skin. (Jared Van Epps/Wave Photo)

JoAnne Evans, 86, hugs Trinity Shores of Port Lavaca Sales Director Terisha Harrington while thanking her for setting up the Calhoun High Scho…

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Pictured are members of the Seadrift First United Methodist Church handing out free water and lemonade during the Fourth of July festivities i…

Renette Todd of the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office, along with a few young helpers, announces the raffle winners at the 2019 Pescado Fishing …

Our Lady of the Gulf Catholic Church Altar Society members were recognized for achieving perfect attendance from January 2018 to April 2019. T…

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I have spent a lot of time lately thinking about the ways in which American Christians have let our culture influence our faith. There are so …

Do you pray? Whether it be by yourself or with others? There is something spectacular about joining others in prayer. Psalm 133 verse 1 puts i…

Pictured are participants in the frozen t-shirt contest at the 2019 Shrimpfest held recently in Seadrift. Darcie Dierlam was the winner of the…

The annual Juneteenth celebration, sponsored by Calhoun Citizens in Action was held Friday, June 14, through Sunday, June 16, at George Adams …