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Nueces County Commences Early Voting Period

The onset of early voting for the Texas Primary Election on Tuesday marked a significant day at the Nueces County Courthouse, as voters gathered on the first floor to participate in the democratic process. This primary election plays a crucial role in determining the Democratic and Republican nominees for the upcoming November elections, setting the stage for the official candidates representing each party. In the primaries, all registered...

Astros’ Jeremy Peña shows off his updated batting stance

Houston Astros' Jeremy Peña has been significantly emphasizing refining his hitting approach during the offseason. This commitment became evident during the first full-squad spring training session this Monday in West Palm Beach, Florida. Coming off a remarkable 2022 season where he clinched the World Series MVP title with a stunning .345 batting average and a 1.005 OPS in the postseason, Peña's performance was instrumental in critical...

Free Health Screenings in Corpus Christi Until Friday

The Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District has launched a commendable initiative offering free health screenings and flu clinics to bolster community health and wellness. This valuable service is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Friday at the district's facility at 1702 Horne Road. It provides an excellent opportunity for residents to gain insight into their health. The initiative is particularly timely, addressing the need for...

Corpus Christi Sports Commission Awards Local Athletes

The Coastal Bend community was abuzz with excitement on a sunny Friday morning as local sports figures and enthusiasts gathered for a press conference that would herald a new era in the celebration of regional sports excellence. The announcement of the Coastal Bend Sports Hall of Fame and Awards Show, set to honor the outstanding achievements and contributions of local athletes and sports figures, marked a significant moment for the 11 counties...

Ray H.S. students learn to solve local environmental problems using online data

Ray High School's advanced math students are embarking on an innovative journey, merging technology with environmental science. This initiative, fueled by a National Science Foundation Grant, is a collaborative effort with Purdue and the University of Texas at Arlington (UT-Arlington). It aims to empower these young minds with the skills needed to tackle some of the most pressing environmental challenges of our time. The focus of this program is...
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