The St. Ann Knights of Columbus invites everyone to its annual Lenten Fish Fry from 5-7 p.m. every Friday from Feb. 27 through March 27, in the Goertz Hall at St. Ann Catholic Church at 14151 U.S. 87 W. in La Vernia.
A hand-battered fried catfish... More ›
The Good News Lutheran Church will be serving up a Sausage Supper on Saturday, March 7, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the church located at 11020 Corpus Christi Road (off of U.S. 181) in San Antonio.
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The family of Darian Isaiah Ibarra will hold a barbecue plate benefit fund-raiser on Saturday, March 7, at 11 a.m. in River Park on S.H. 97 West in Floresville.
Barbecued chicken and sausage plates will be sold for $7 each from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.... More ›
Join the Floresville Opry’s house band, “Playin’ to Win,” and local singers traveling to Branson, Mo., Sunday through Thursday, April 26-30, for the Country, Gospel, and Bluegrass Music Festival,... More ›
See an exclusive screening of the independent film, “Patrick’s Day,” on Friday, March 6, at 8 p.m. in the URBAN-15 Studio located at 2500 S. Presa St. in San Antonio.
“Patrick’s Day” is an... More ›
The Volunteer Services Council of the San Antonio State Hospital will open its “Trinkets and Treasures” Resale Shop on Tuesday, March 3, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Logan Hall at 6711 South... More ›
BRENHAM -- All Texans are invited to a Texas-sized 179th birthday celebration on the very spot “Where Texas Became Texas” -- Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site. It was March 2, 1836,... More ›
Stockdale First Assembly of God is announcing a change in service hours. Beginning Sunday, March 1, Sunday small groups will be at 9:15 a.m. followed by coffee and fellowship... More ›
Doris Miller failed eighth grade once.
Then he failed it again.
Then he was rejected by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
By the time he was 19, Doris was deemed unsuitable for a Depression-era government assistance job. It’d be hard to... More ›
Working in a small shop set behind the home he shares with his wife and three dogs, Gerry Messmer spends many hours skillfully crafting something that no gun owner can be without. Well, at least no gun owner 200 years ago, that is. Gerry builds... More ›
Wilson County News Sports Editor Robert McDonald captured this close-up image of Gerry Messmer turning an item on his lathe while interviewing the Adkins resident for this week’s feature story about his interest in the American Revolutionary War... More ›
Overview: At first glance, I wasn’t too sure what Pepperplate does. As it turned out, Pepperplate.com is a meal-planning site that gives you great flexibility. Type in... More ›
Nearly everyone on occasion experiences a throbbing headache that interferes with concentration at work or school, or saps the joy from the day.
But sometimes the source of that headache can be surprising. For many people, the pain that emanates... More ›
Collecting by Larry Cox
Q: I began collecting turn-of-the-century souvenir tumblers several years ago. I now have about three dozen pieces and wonder if they will ever increase in value.... More ›
Jack Brown was my brother-in-law. He was a constable for the Bexar County Sheriff’s Department a long time ago -- mostly in the ’70s. We lived in North Texas in Hurst, and one weekend we were... More ›
Most families aspire to spend more time together around the dinner table, but between work and after-school activities, it’s hard to find the time.
If you're finding... More ›
Seth Meyers of “Saturday Night Live: SNL 40th Anniversary Special” and “Late Night With Seth Meyers” on NBC
“I guess the last thing we had on the DVR was ‘The Affair.’ And the new season of ‘The Americans’ will be loaded up next.”
Anne... More ›
By Jay Bobbin
“I’m always excited about what’s next.”
So says Amy Poehler, and it’s time for her to focus on that as “Parks and Recreation” reaches the end of its road. NBC’s local-government... More ›