Based on an actual historical event, Midway, now in theaters, steps back in time to when conflict escalated into war between the United States and Japan. The Battle of Midway, a decisive naval battle in the Pacific Theater of World War II, took place six months after Japan’s attack on Pearl …
Five decades ago, under the direction of Patricia Clark, the first group of young ladies stepped out onto the field to perform for Ricebird football fans during a halftime show. Now, former Derby Dolls and the current squad will step onto the field together Friday evening for their “50 Years…
Vegetables and jellies have been canned, homemade noddles are bagged and the menu has been finalized for a traditional Czech meal at the 8th Annual Dozinky Harvest Festival. The event is taking place tomorrow, Oct. 13, noon - 5 p.m. at the Taiton Community Center. Doors will open at 11:30 a.m.
The congregation of St. Robert Bellarmine Church invites the public to join in the public Rosary campaign at the church gazebo on Saturday, Oct. 12.
Danevang begins commemorating its 125th year with festivities on Saturday, Oct. 19 starting at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 9
When God closes one door, He opens another.
A rather large crowd gathered at the Wharton County Branch Library’s main library in Wharton Tuesday morning, Sept. 24 to celebrate the county library’s 80th anniversary.
Growing up in River Valley near Glen Flora, El Campo High graduate Randy Hines probably never imagined he would be in the business of making and selling kolaches, but today he and wife Lucy own the Kolache Shoppe with two locations in Houston.
Patricia Zetka of El Campo was one of two Houston Hospice nurses to receive the Good Samaritan Foundation Excellence in Nursing Award at a luncheon ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 5 at the Royal Sonesta Houston Galleria Hotel. Yolanda Johnson was the other recipient.
For the past 23 years, Frank and Patsy Bubela have made 412 Ash their home and during that time, they received Yard of Month honors from the El Campo Garden Club in 2003. Before the couple married, this house was home to Patsy making this her 53rd year in the home. Now, the Garden Club has c…
Being able to represent the state of Texas and agriculture are equally important to El Campo teen Kasey Burns who applied for and was named the 2020 Texas Teen Miss United States Agriculture.
If health care information was available free of charge, wouldn’t you take advantage of it? Well you can by attending the Wharton County Health Fair Thursday, Sept. 19 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the El Campo Civic Center.
El Campo High Varsity Cheerleaders participated in the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) sponsored cheer camp at the University of Texas in Austin July 21-24.
Stephen and Debbie Lutringer of Louise announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Marie Lutringer, to Ethan Kyle Zezula, son of Tim and Yvonne Zezula of Hockley.
Irma Rocha of El Campo Memorial Hospital is the recipient of the Texas Healthcare Trustees’ 2019 Ollie Jo Bozeman Excellence in Administrative Professionalism Award.
Ronnie and Pat Mamerow of El Campo announce the engagement of their daughter, Melanie Mamerow, to Jake Lauritsen, son of Robert and Jennifer Kollaja of El Campo.
A lesson we learned as country raised kids is easily remembered. If you see one ant, you will always find more. These social insects may swarm you, or you may have to sit and wait patiently, but there will always be more.
Thomas and Michelle Foster of Palacios, formerly of Louise, announce the engagement of their daughter, Hannah Leigh Foster, to Colson Heath Dreibrodt, son of David and Linda Dreibrodt of Zorn.
Myles Svatek of Boy Scout Troop 368 was honored with an Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony recently at First United Methodist Church, El Campo.
Long before the term ‘bucket list’ became popular, Marion “Irene” Allgayer and her late husband Robert “Bob” were already checking off their list of places to go and things to do.
Texas A&M senior Carson Rose traveled to Waterloo, Iowa this week to see his restored antique tractor on display at the John Deere Tractor and Engine Museum. He loaded it into a semi-trailer to be transported last week, at his cost, to the facility where it will be exhibited for the next…
“Each rain just marks the beginning of the next drought”.
From the role of housewife and mother, Rita Watson added another feather to her hat, so to speak, when she transitioned into becoming a full time caretaker of children 41 years ago.
The James Simmons Jr. Juneteenth Festival returns to downtown Wharton today after having been canceled last year due to devasation to the area by Hurricane Harvey the prior year.
The El Campo Art Association held its 61st annual art show June 8-9 at the El Campo Civic Center. This year’s show was dedicated to all of the association’s members. Out of a total of 311 entries by 68 artists in art, photography and crafts, the following are the overall winners.
Northside’s EarlyAct FirstKnight Club (EAFC) collected 58.6 pounds of canned beverage tops as a project for the 2018-19 school year. According to sponsor Deanna Herrmann, that number was almost doubled when members of the Elks Lodge of El Campo contributed an additional 51.8 pounds, making t…
St. Robert Bellarmine parishioners honored Father Philip Brune on his fifth anniversary of ordination which was May 24.
Juneteenth festivities to be held in Wharton Saturday, June 15 will honor citizens throughout Wharton County, including Gregory Anderson of El Campo and the El Campo Ladybirds basketball team who had an exceptional 2018-19 season.
Southlake’s Carroll Senior High drill team, the Emerald Belles, will be featured on America’s Got Talent Tuesday evening, 7 p.m., CST, on NBC Channel 2.
El Campo postal carriers will be joining others across the nation for the annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive taking place this coming Saturday, May 11.
Festively decorated for the Fiesta at the Fair theme, six young ladies competed in the final pageant of the day on Saturday with Makensie Till of Nada, daughter of Kevin and Tammy Till, being crowned Queen.
Saturday afternoon, 10 young ladies in the sixth through eighth grade made their way on stage for the Wharton County Youth Fair Jr. Miss pageant and after the final tabulation, Camille Burn was crowned Jr. Miss. She is the daughter of Taylor and Brooke Burns of Wharton and a seventh grader a…
Nine girls in the third to fifth grade competed for the title of Wharton County Youth Fair Princess Saturday afternoon, following the Little Mr. and Miss contest.
As the first of four pageants got under way, the Little Mr. and Miss pageant kicked off the Fiesta at the Fair theme at this year’s Wharton County Youth Fair on Saturday afternoon.
They’ve made a name for themselves in El Campo and the surrounding area, but all that’s about to change for Pinchers Boil’n Pot owners Craig and Debbie Radley as their farm-to-table restaurant is being featured on the TV series The Texas Bucket List as one of the top crawfish places to eat i…
Beta Theta Omega sorority sisters are busy making plans for their annual Easter Eggstravaganza. The event is set for 8:30 - 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 13 in Evans Park,
All dressed up for the Eggstravaganza last year, this little one is occupied with colored plastic Easter eggs as she sits on the grass amid a decorative Easter backdrop. This year, Beta Theta Omega is adding even more backdrops for photo opportunities with youngsters and perhaps even family …
Annually, each school in the Diocese of Victoria nominates one outstanding volunteer for the Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton Award. The annual awards dinner and ceremony held Thursday evening in Shiner gave St. Philip Catholic School the opportunity to honor Colleen Rasmussen of El Campo as this …
Puck (Manna Trevino, left front) and Oberon (Cole Skinner, right front) try to sort out the mayhem caused in Hollywood when their magic reeks havoc on the set of the 1935 motion picture, A Middsummers Night Dream. (Also pictured in back, left to right are Ryan Garcia, Noah Van Ness, Riley Re…
The cast and crew of the El Campo High School UIL One Act play, “Shakespeare in Hollywood” written by Ken Ludwig, have had a fantastic start to the competitive play season, according to director Katrese Skinner.
Butterflies, trees, sunsets, hearts, flowers and more now fill a once blank white canvas, a project that’s a vision of the El Campo Art Association.
Walking into her first year as director of the El Campo High School Derby Dolls, Jenna Zabodyn had one goal in mind.
Showing cattle in the arena since she was 13-years-old, Katilyn Davlin of El Campo has reach the ultimate goal.
Traveling the world over, 28 young men and women began their journey last September, traveling from Denmark to Germany for their first performances. The group, the National Danish Performance Team, features elite athletes presenting tumbling, rhythmic gymnastics and funky team dance routines…
St. Philip Catholic School introduced Janie Naiser Rioux as the distinguished graduate for the 2018-2019 academic school year. Rioux, who attended St. Philip for eight years, graduated from the school in 1960.
Early signs of Parkinson’s Disease may not be easily detected, but for Hutchin’s Elementary math interventionist third grade teacher Terri Quinn, the symptoms are very real.
If you’ve ever marveled at how a mixture of cream, eggs, sugar and salt can be transformed into a cold tasty treat, then be sure to attend the Science on Saturday event at the El Campo High School Gym to learn how and why. This is just one of the many demonstrations being presented by local …
Emily Glaze, at the keyboard, begins the online sign-up process to enter the Creative Arts Department at the Wharton County Youth Fair. The last day to submit all necessary paperwork and fees in the fair office is Friday, Feb. 1. While it is not mandatory to do registration online, organizer…
Deadline to enter items in the Wharton County Youth Fair’s Creative Arts Department is fast approaching.