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The sky is falling, so what’s the rest of the story

    Reposted from Jack Wright's Blog   There is a European folk tale entitled Henny Penny, known in the U.S. as Chicken Little. It is about a chicken who believes the sky is falling. Most of us know it or knew it as children. Today I am going to discuss the local version of

By |2022-10-13T17:28:37-05:00October 13th, 2022|Community, Environment, Local Government|0 Comments

Congratulations to Winners in County Races

Friends and Supporters, Congratulations to Aransas County Judge Elect Ray Garza, County Commissioner Elect Bob Dupnik, and County Clerk Elect Misty Kimbrough on winning the 2022 Republican primary election. Each of the winning Aransas County Primary candidates will not face opposition in the November election since no Democrats filed for those positions and will be

By |2022-03-03T23:42:45-06:00March 3rd, 2022|Candidates, Election, Local Government|0 Comments

Statement of Support for The Aransas County Workforce Development Center

Statement of Support for The Aransas County Workforce Center The road to recovery continues as Aransas County moves forward with efforts to revitalize the economy in our community. The community suffered greatly from Hurricane Harvey in August 2017. And then, almost two years ago, the coronavirus pandemic hit, further impacting our economy so dependent

By |2022-01-27T22:57:37-06:00January 27th, 2022|Economic Development, Education, Local Government|1 Comment

The Enemy Has Landed

THE ENEMY HAS LANDED At the onset of the American Civil War, the Union Navy was attempting to blockade the Texas Coast to prevent the shipment of cotton and salt to help support the war effort of the South.  They were not successful in stopping the blockade runners from getting through their blockade, so the

By |2021-12-09T16:19:28-06:00December 9th, 2021|Community, Local Government|4 Comments

ACVF Supports Adoption of Proposed Economic Development Policy

The Aransas Community Values Fund Supports Adoption of the Proposed Aransas County Economic Development Policy by the Commissioners Court at the December 13, 2021 Commissioners Court Public Hearing The ACVF has determined to lend its support to the proposed “Aransas County Economic Development Policy” (EDP) because it is in the best interests of the community

By |2021-12-07T18:40:28-06:00December 7th, 2021|Community, Economic Development, Local Government|0 Comments

Morning Thoughts from Jerry Brundrett

We are pleased to begin the first in a series of articles written by Jerry Brundrett. Jerry is a well-known, respected, and beloved member of our community. He is an Engineer and Surveyor. His family roots in the community go back more than 175 years. His historical knowledge of our community is unrivalled. And we

By |2021-12-02T22:28:23-06:00December 2nd, 2021|Community, Local Government|0 Comments

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