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Scientist Welcomed at Port O’Connor School

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 20 Oct 16 - 0 Comments

Port O’Connor school children were fortunate to have Dr. Craig Wilson visit their school recently. Dr. Wilson is a Director- USDA/HSINP Future Scientists Project and a Senior Research Associate at the College of Science, Texas A&M University. He did some outstanding experiments with the students and greatly inspired them. Dr. Wilson wrote the following after […]

Pass Cavallo Part II, the Civil War by Peter DeForest

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 20 Oct 16 - 1 Comment

In Part II of my Pass Cavallo history series, I will briefly describe the history of Pass Cavallo and the surrounding area from 1840 through the Civil War to the late 1800’s. The town of Indianola was established around 1844 and became one of the most important Ports along the Texas Coast in the 1800’s. […]

Port O’Connor Chamber Chat by LaJune Pitonyak

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 20 Oct 16 - 0 Comments

First of all, “THANKS” to all who attended the dedication to Calhoun County of the new pavilion at King Fisher Park. Over the last several years the Chamber raised enough money through events and volunteers to replace the old pavilion, which had seen better days and was about to fall to the ground. Many good […]

Reflections by Phil Ellenberger

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Posted by Joyce Rhyne on 20 Oct 16 - 0 Comments

This might be the scariest October we have ever had. In any election year someone is always scared that one of the candidates will win. In addition, this year we have to put up with the scary clowns all over the world. The East coast has had a really scary October Hurricane. It even played […]

Politics, and Our Election Choice When this paper actually hits the streets. there will only be 17 more days to what may be the most important election in our history. It has been the most contentious campaign in memory, in the primaries and in the General, with the surviving Major Party Candidates being probably the […]

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