Palmer pleased with progress

Palmer pleased with progress

Golf legend checks on course that will bear his signature

One of golf’s greatest legends was in Port Aransas on Tuesday, April 10. Arnold Palmer was in town to survey...

Seaweed begins washing ashore


Sargassum – either you love it or you hate it, and if you’re in Port Aransas and you love it,...

Accused vandal feeling remorse for destruction

Accused vandal feeling remorse for destruction


Nathan Edge said he impulsively destroyed a giant sand sculpture at SandFest on a $100 bet with a friend after...

Weather good for something

Weather good for something


Cold, windy and wet weather over the Easter weekend drew these windsurfers from the Corpus Christi Windsurfing Association who found...

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Edwards’ cancer no reason to quit


Congratulations to John and Elizabeth Edwards for not letting the fact her breast cancer has spread to her bones cancel his presidential campaign. It helps...

Not cool but no apologies


My mother was a lady. In all of my experience with her, I never heard a foul word pass through her lips – and I...

What makes golf so darn popular?


Maybe because of the damp cold outside, I found myself keeping an eye on the Masters golf tournament Sunday. It’s in such situations that I...

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DAILY + Joint Effort Leisure Ministry (JELM) Center, 113 S. Alister behind Community Presbyterian Church office, welcome room open to Winter Texans. Coffee, cookies and activity schedules. + Community Park...

Boies coaches have big plans for Port Aransas tennis teams

Boies coaches have big plans for Port Aransas tennis teams


If a coach’s pedigree and competitive experience mean anything for young players, Port Aransas schools had better start clearing room in their trophy cases for lots of additions. Coaches Piper...

Booster club to meet Monday; sports fans are invited to join


Sports fans are invited to meet with the Marlin Athletic Booster Club on Monday, April 16, to make plans for the annual athletic banquet. The meeting will be at 7:30...

Lady Marlins dealt loss by visiting Woodsboro team


Woodsboro sought and got revenge from Port Aransas High School’s Lady Marlins on Tuesday, April 3. The visiting Lady Eagles delivered the Lady Marlins a 3-11 loss. “We have one...

PAHS 2007 Golf Schedule

PAHS 2007 Golf Schedule


Brundrett Middle School Tennis Schedule

Brundrett Middle School Tennis Schedule


Marlins bounce back

WIN 8-5 OVER CCA

Port Aransas High School’s Marlins bounced back from a 4-14 loss to Charlotte with an 8-5 win over Corpus Christi Academy on Tuesday, April 3. The Marlins took the win...

Whoops!


Kevin Drewry and Abby Kenigsberg of Port Aransas High School won consolation in mixed doubles at the Tuloso-Midway Junior Varsity Tennis Tournament on Tuesday, March 27. A story in the...

2007 Marlin Tennis Schedule

2007 Marlin Tennis Schedule


Baseball

Baseball

2007 Marlin Schedule

PAHS track team qualifies for area

PAHS track team qualifies for area


PAHS District TrackMeet Thursday, April 5 THE               VARSITY       TOP FOUR             FINISHERS         ADVANCED TO                             AREA IN TILDEN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11         VARSITY BOYS LONG JUMP MATT WHITE, FIRST, 22′ 11″ HIGH JUMP...


Palmer pleased with progress

Palmer pleased with progress

Golf legend checks on course that will bear his signature

One of golf’s greatest legends was in Port Aransas on Tuesday, April 10. Arnold Palmer was in town to survey progress of the Newport Dunes Golf Course at Newport Beach...

Seaweed begins washing ashore


Sargassum – either you love it or you hate it, and if you’re in Port Aransas and you love it, you’re probably in a very small minority. The seaweed begins...

Accused vandal feeling remorse for destruction

Accused vandal feeling remorse for destruction


Nathan Edge said he impulsively destroyed a giant sand sculpture at SandFest on a $100 bet with a friend after a night of drinking and didn’t know at the time...

Weather good for something

Weather good for something


Cold, windy and wet weather over the Easter weekend drew these windsurfers from the Corpus Christi Windsurfing Association who found the conditions ideal for pursuing their sport. They hit the...

Sunset Sounds is back

Sunset Sounds is back

Carl Lewis and the Deadbeats opens series tomorrow night

What started as a joke in response to a challenge to do a fundraiser for the Women’s Shelter in Corpus Christi turned into what is now a 12- year-old band that will open for the 2007 season of Sunset Sounds. Carl Lewis and the Deadbeats will play for the free...

LAUGHTER ON TAP FOR ‘BAREFOOT IN THE PARK’

LAUGHTER ON TAP FOR ‘BAREFOOT IN THE PARK’

PACT's new comedy opens Friday

Newlywed comedy is being dished up beginning tomorrow, Friday, April 13, at the Port Aransas Community Theatre (PACT), as “Barefoot in the Park” is performed. It also will be performed on Saturday, April 14. After this weekend, the play by Neil Simon will run Thursdays through Saturdays, 19-21 and 26-28,...

Farley boat fulfilled

Farley boat fulfilled


Monique Dix (left), daughter of Alicia Dreessen, and Sue Seago took on the task of planting the Farley boats along the harbor ramp entrance in memory of Dreessen, who initiated the painting of the boats to decorate the harbor area. Volunteers gathered at Community Park to paint the boats before...

Parents Night Out to be held Friday night

Give Mom and Dad a break

Port Aransas High School cheerleaders want to give parents a break, so they are offering babysitting on two Friday nights in April, and two Friday nights in May. The first Parents Night Out will be tomorrow, Friday, April 13. Parents may bring their children, ages 2 and up, to the...

Raffle tickets still available

Win a Texas theme golf cart

A little time remains to purchase a ticket to win the Texas theme golf cart being raffled by the Kiwanis Club in Port Aransas. Tickets are $5 and all proceeds go to scholarships for graduating Port Aransas High School students and other youth educational projects. The drawing will be held...

PASTOR’S PEN:

PASTOR’S PEN:

Run like it's the race of your life!

Know ye not that they which run in a race run all, but one receiveth the prize? So run, that ye may obtain. 1 Corinthians 9:24. The main goal of all believers should be to find God’s plan for their lives, and then to go after it with all their...

Now open on pier

Now open on pier


The Pier House held a grand opening/ribbon cutting celebration in conjunction with a Port Aransas Chamber of Commerce-Tourist Bureau meeting Tuesday, April 10. Owners Jay and Karen Jones, center cut the ‘net’ as chamber members look on. The restaurant on Horace Caldwell Pier is open at 6 a.m. with a...

Relay For Life: Join cancer fight

Relay For Life: Join cancer fight


Superheroes Fishing for a Cure Relay For Life organizers are urging people to get involved as the scheduled cancer walk fast approaches. The American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Relay For Life (RFL) walk will be held from 7 p.m. Friday, April 27, through 7 a.m. Saturday, April 28. Survivors’ reception A...

Annual church garage sale set


Replace unwanted items with new treasures by participating in the Presbyterian Women (PW) annual garage sale set for Saturday, April 21. PW of the Community Presbyterian Church volunteers will accept donations from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., on Friday, April 20, at the Pollock Center, 129 S. Alister St., behind...

PAPHA raffles painting as a museum fundraiser


Would you like to own an original Flint Reed oil painting or historical themed items? The chance to do both is available as the Port Aransas Preservation and Historical Association (PAPHA) continues to work at raising money for a museum. Artist Flint Reed of Port Aransas has created a painting...

Marlin band rules

Marlin band rules

The Port Aransas High School band won the sweepstakes trophy at the University Interscholastic League competition held Wednesday, April 4. The band was the only one to receive a first division rating in both concert and sight-reading in the Class A division.

Band sweeps competition


The Port Aransas High School band won the sweepstakes trophy at the University Interscholastic League (UIL) competition held at Sinton High School on Wednesday, April 4. The competition included 61 students from Port Aransas. The Marlin band received the honor by earning a first division rating in both concert and...

On her toes

On her toes


Hazel Morris of Port Aransas will perform with Corpus Christi Ballet in the production ‘Coppelia’ this weekend at the Selena Auditorium. Morris has been dancing since she was three and is a junior apprentice member of the Corpus Christi Ballet. She is in seventh grade at Brundrett Middle School and...

EDUCATION NOTES:

EDUCATION NOTES:

Johnson encourages involvement

A subject that is often stressed is the importance of being involved. Everyone says it. “Sure, give back to those who give to you,” but how many of us listen? How many of us really do get involved with the community or, as students, with the school? I have always...

On your marks …

On your marks …


Above, children at Trinity Day School line up to go on an Easter egg hunt. From left: Chase Shelton, Kylee Barwise, Hannah Waters, Wynne Parsons, Pablito Snow, Kai Kidd, Nicky Brown and Zach Parker. At left, Hannah Waters, 4, obviously is excited about one of her finds during the Easter...

Eager for Easter eggs

Eager for Easter eggs


Bundled against the cold, 2-year-old HannaJo Collins gathers eggs at the annual Rotary Club egg hunt on Easter Sunday at Port Aransas Community Park. Despite chilly weather, dozens of children joined in the fun.

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