Copano & Beyond – 26 Feb ’20

Region IV - 2A Basketball Playoffs

Girls - Semi-Finals:  San Saba vs. Shiner, 6pm, Fri., Feb 28, San Marcos; Weimar vs. Mason, 8pm, Fri., Feb 28, San Marcos

Boys - Area Round, Feb 27-29:  LaPryor vs. Thorndale; San Saba vs. Mumford; Normangee vs.  Lee Academy; Hearne vs. Stacey; Port Aransas vs. Ben Bolt; Flatonia vs. Santa Maria

Meanwhile, the #1 ranked Martins Mill, Girls and Boys, continue their journeys with destiny, and remain the teams to beat.


The Refugio Bobcats opened 2020 baseball season with a 12-0 (5 innings) win over Tidehaven on Tuesday, in Refugio.   Next:  Thrall, Fri., Feb 28, 7pm, Gonzales.

EPIC: Permian Basin-to-Corpus Christi crude pipeline is complete

Chris Ramirez, Caller

EPIC Crude Holdings says it has finished building its 700-mile crude oil pipeline that promises to link the Permian Basin with the Corpus Christi area.

The San Antonio company said in a statement Wednesday its 30-inch permanent crude oil pipeline has completed commissioning and that it has begun shipping deliveries through the line.


Everything you need to know about the RodeoHouston trail riders traveling to town this week

For many Texans, the sight of hundreds of horseback riders and covered wagons making their way down state highways into Houston is a heartfelt reminder that rodeo season has officially begun.

Original caption: The Texas Independence Trail Ride travels along Allen Parkway as they make their way to Memorial Park to help kick off the annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, in Houston. 

San Antonio officials Nirenberg, Wolff want coronavirus evacuees treated at Lackland

Sig Christensen

Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff said Tuesday they’ve asked the Pentagon to keep potential coronavirus patients at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland rather than transport them to local civilian hospitals for testing and isolation.

In a letter sent to Defense Secretary Mark Esper, Nirenberg and Wolff said they consulted with local hospital systems before making their request to stop the practice of moving mildly ill patients to the Texas Center for Infectious Disease and driving them off the base for medical tests.


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