Enjoy time with family and friends at the Kosciusko Picnic at St. Ann’s Catholic Church on Sunday, Aug. 2, on the church grounds on F.M. 541 East in Kosciusko. Grounds will open at 11 a.m.
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Get out and enjoy a free Movie in the Park on Friday, July 31, in the Elmendorf City Park on the corner of Old Corpus Christi Road and First Street.
The 1987 horror comedy, “The Monster Squad,” will begin at sundown. Attendees will receive free... More ›
The ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 38 will hold a garage sale fund-raiser on Saturday, Aug. 1, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the corner of U.S. 181 North and Encino Hill in Floresville.
Proceeds will benefit the Fisher House.
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The city of Poth and the Poth Economic Development Corp. are offering another free movie night for area residents.
Enjoy “Jupiter Ascending” Friday, July 31, in the Poth City Park amphitheater, starting shortly after dusk. Take lawn chairs or... More ›
Stockdale Lions Club will host its second annual School Supply Drive Saturday, Aug. 8, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot of Dollar General located at 511 S.H. 123 in Stockdale.
All school supplies will benefit the students of the Stockdale... More ›
Let the youth of Resurrection United Methodist Church get your car squeaky clean at their car wash fund-raiser on Saturday, Aug. 8, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot of Pruski’s Market at 10140 U.S. 87 in Adkins.
A minimum donation of... More ›
The Wilson County No Kill Animal Shelter will hold a Lunch Plate and Bake Sale fund-raiser on Saturday, Aug. 1, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the La Vernia Country Store at 13625 U.S. 87.
Patrons can enjoy a hot dog lunch plate, pies, cookies, jams,... More ›
Members of Wilson County Retired School Personnel (WCRSP) delivered children’s books for third-, fourth-, and fifth-graders in all four school districts in Wilson County in... More ›
A marker for the Sutherland Springs School has been dedicated near the site where the school stood.
Reunions of former students came to an end last year; the school’s... More ›
By Ralph Anthony Pacheco
A Wilson County News exclusive
People around the world know of the Battle of the Alamo, and the stand the early Texans took for freedom. The names Crockett, Bowie,... More ›
The Cestohowa Altar Society was organized on July 3, 1955, under the direction of the Rev. Julius Dworaczyk. Their purpose was (and still is) to get women actively involved in... More ›
It’s hard to believe, but the Summer Reading Club at the Falls City Public Library has come to an end. There were several activities and programs scheduled for the 67 children... More ›
Q: I have a Popeye beach pail that I used at the Jersey shore when I was a kid. It has Popeye diving into the water along with images of Wimpy and Sweet Pea. I was born in 1928, so I think this item is probably from the 1930s. It is in excellent... More ›
My grandparents lived in the Camp Ranch community from about 1930-35. My Aunt Fay Goode went to the Green School (which then became the Camp Ranch School) while they lived there. Years ago I recorded her talking about living in the community and... More ›
The Wilson County Historical Society has received permission to use funds raised by the Floresville Opry to replace damaged or missing Texas State Historical Markers in Wilson County.
Viola Henke told the Wilson County News that... More ›