• April 16, 2014

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Two accused of voter fraud in 2012 election

Two Jim Wells County men were arrested for alleged voter fraud after the Attorney General's office found they were not eligible to vote.

Over 40 CTE students recognized

About 40 students from Alice High School were recognized at the Alice Independent School District Board of Trustees meeting on Monday night. The students were given certificates for competing in CTE programs that included Business Professionals of America, Skills USA, DECA, Culinary Arts, Criminal Justice and FFA. The list is as follows:

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U.S Airman surprises daughter

Jaime Gonzalez surprised his daughter at her elementary school in Agua Dulce.

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    U.S Airman surprises daughter

    Jaime Gonzalez surprised his daughter at her elementary school in Agua Dulce.

  • Queens talents continue
  • More talent at NCJLS queen's contest
  • NCJLS queen's talent contest

    NCJLS queen's talent contest

    Nueces County Jr. Livestock Show queen's talent contest.

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  • Noonan Elementary Reading

    Noonan Elementary Reading

    Mayor Larry Martinez and Lieutenant Hector Zertuche with the Alice Police Department visited Noonan Elementary and read books to the students as part of American Education Week.

  • MRG Career Fair

    MRG Career Fair

    Mary R. Garcia Elementary held a career fair for the students as part of American Education Week.

  • Fans cheer the Coyotes as they head to playoff game

    Fans cheer the Coyotes as they head to playoff game

    Coyote fans lined up along Business Highway 281 to cheer on the football team as they headed toward Edcouch-Elsa for the playoff game on Friday.

  • Termination of Alice City Manager Ray

    Termination of Alice City Manager Ray

    Alice City Manager Ray De Los Santos was terminated by the council Thursday night in a 3-1 vote. Council members Yvette Terrell-Johnson, Frank Hinojosa and Raul Chapa voted in favor of the termination, while Michael Esparza voted against.

  • St. Joseph veteran event

    St. Joseph veteran event

    St. Joseph Catholic School holds a flag raising ceremony on Monday for Veteran's Day.

Lunar eclipse reveals 'blood moon'

It was the talk of the night on Tuesday as individuals were wowed by a glimpse of a reddish moon during a lunar eclipse between 1 and 3 a.m. Wednesday.

Criminal Justice brings home two first places

The Freer Criminal Justice team competed at the Texas Public Service Association State meet this past weekend and brought back two first places.

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