A FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) is now open at 1207 North Cameron Street in Alice, the old Armory. If you had storm or flood damage from May 4 through June 22 please come by and register for assistance. FEMA representatives will be there to help you register and answer your questions as well as representatives from SBA and volunteer agencies. You must register to possibly receive assistance. Hours of operation are from 9 A.M. until 6 P.M. Monday through Friday and 9 A.M. until 2 P.M. on Saturday. The Center will be closed on Sundays.
Jim Wells County Judge Pete Trevino, along with county and City of Alice officials, announced that FEMA approved and designated JWC for individual assistance on Friday.
Jaime Gonzalez surprised his daughter at her elementary school in Agua Dulce.
Nueces County Jr. Livestock Show queen's talent contest.
Mayor Larry Martinez and Lieutenant Hector Zertuche with the Alice Police Department visited Noonan Elementary and read books to the students as part of American Education Week.
Mary R. Garcia Elementary held a career fair for the students as part of American Education Week.
Coyote fans lined up along Business Highway 281 to cheer on the football team as they headed toward Edcouch-Elsa for the playoff game on Friday.
Alice City Manager Ray De Los Santos was terminated by the council Thursday night in a 3-1 vote. Council members Yvette Terrell-Johnson, Frank Hinojosa and Raul Chapa voted in favor of the termination, while Michael Esparza voted against.
St. Joseph Catholic School holds a flag raising ceremony on Monday for Veteran's Day.
The Alice Coyotes will take on the Edcouch-Elsa football team this Friday in the Valley. Enjoy a look back at the season with photos by Russel Gruber and Stephen Garcia.
Mary R. Garcia Elementary holds a flag raising ceremony for Veteran's Day.
Banquete lost to Freer on Friday night.
The Alice community lined up on downtown Main Street to give the Coyote Band a send off as they head toward San Antonio.
The Orange Grove Bulldogs beat the Robstown Cottonpickers on Friday night and are now off to the playoffs.
Salazar and Saenz Elementary held parades on Oct. 31. Salazar held a Halloween parade while Saenz held a Spirit Parade.
Rodolfo Perales Jr. was arrested on Wednesday, Oct. 30, for deadly conduct after police received reports of shots fired at the 800 block of North Adams Street.
Different branches of law enforcement visited several schools on Wednesday, Oct. 30 for Red Ribbon Week.
Schallert Elementary held a flag raising ceremony on Monday morning to kickoff Red Ribbon Week.
The Ben Bolt Middle School had the JWC Sheriff's Dept. speak to the students about saying no to drugs.
Megan Reyna was named the 2013 Jim Wells County Queen at the fair.
Kids prepare their pigs to be viewed before a judge at the Market Swine Show at the Jim Wells County Fair.
Kids prepare their rabbits and steers to go before judges at the Jim Wells County Fair.
William Adams Middle School held a pink pep rally in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Second Annual Parental Conference had more parents attend than last year.
Brush Country CASA is holding their first zombie walk in historic downtown Kingsville.
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