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Nicholas Flores, a partner in Coastal Bend LNG speaks to the Ingleside City Council and an overflow crowd explaining the project that they wanted to build near the high school at a meeting Tuesday night, January 24. The vast majority in attendance spoke against it citing numerous safety concerns. A zoning change was soundly rejected, the elected representatives voting 7-0.
Photo by James Granger

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Courtesy: Michelle Bird
A recreational sport known as ‘skeet shooting’ has become popular across portions of the globe, and here in Texas. Last year, these gun owners were showing off their skills using clay discs as targets to help raise funds to support Ingleside’s ‘Project Graduation’. It’s a program that finances a safe, non-alcoholic, and entertaining graduation party complete with food for high school seniors each year, making certain they get home afterwards without incident. This is the second year for the Campbell Ranch Benefit Skeet Shoot, planned April 15 in Bayside.

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Ingleside on the Bay Councilman Brenda Duncan, 53, has been researching options to build or install a chicken coop behind her Inglewood Dr. home, hoping to offset rising food costs resulting from inflation, causing sticker shock for many with the cost of a dozen fresh eggs purchased at the market. She has proposed an ordinance amendment to an existing rule to permit homeowners to keep up to six chickens for the sole purpose of providing for the benefit of their families. A similar measure she brought up for consideration failed to garner support when it was introduced last August.
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Kaye Hester (left), 71, dreamed up an idea to surprise her 93-year-old mother, Nalda Louise Sullivan for her birthday January 16, posting in two local Facebook groups she invited neighbors from Ingleside on the Bay to stop by, wave, and offer her mom best wishes on her special day. The family relocated to IOB from Hobbs, New Mexico six months ago and knew no one, or had family nearby. Kaye could never have imagined the success of her plan.

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News Stories

Staying in school is cool.

And so is a PlayStation 5.

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Nicholas Flores, a partner in Coastal Bend LNG speaks to the Ingleside City Council and an overflow crowd explaining the project that they wanted to build near the high school at a meeting Tuesday night, January 24. The vast majority in attendance spoke against it citing numerous safety concerns. A zoning change was soundly rejected, the elected representatives voting 7-0.
Photo by James Granger

A City Council chamber sparsely filled most times the elected body meets each month overflowed beyond capacity when the seven members convened Tuesday night, January 24.

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Courtesy: Michelle Bird
A recreational sport known as ‘skeet shooting’ has become popular across portions of the globe, and here in Texas. Last year, these gun owners were showing off their skills using clay discs as targets to help raise funds to support Ingleside’s ‘Project Graduation’. It’s a program that finances a safe, non-alcoholic, and entertaining graduation party complete with food for high school seniors each year, making certain they get home afterwards without incident. This is the second year for the Campbell Ranch Benefit Skeet Shoot, planned April 15 in Bayside.

It may seem far away, but in just a few months the Ingleside High School Class of 2023 will graduate.

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Ingleside on the Bay Councilman Brenda Duncan, 53, has been researching options to build or install a chicken coop behind her Inglewood Dr. home, hoping to offset rising food costs resulting from inflation, causing sticker shock for many with the cost of a dozen fresh eggs purchased at the market. She has proposed an ordinance amendment to an existing rule to permit homeowners to keep up to six chickens for the sole purpose of providing for the benefit of their families. A similar measure she brought up for consideration failed to garner support when it was introduced last August.
Ingleside Index

There’s no escaping it. Inflation continues to impact the cost of almost every consumer product, including fresh eggs. A crate of a dozen – depending on their size – ran less than $2 not long ago.

Sports

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Leon Taylor Middle School construction progress is apparent. The Ingleside Independent School District is the midst of a multi-million-dollar voter-approved bond effort to make upgrades and improvements throughout the district.
Courtesy: Ingleside ISD

Construction on the new and improved Leon Taylor Middle School is near the half-way mark.

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They may be piled up in your garage, a backyard shed, or next to the house. If you’re not using planting pots, the Ingleside Garden Club will!

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Photo by James Granger
Johnny Ramirez with the Mustangs works to get around a Rockport defender.

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Ingleside High School students Noah Rodriguez, Gavin Rodriguez, Logan McGrath and Ramon Tristan recently competed in their barbecue team’s first-ever high school competition, where they took home sixth-place honors in the ribs category. Their team, Notorious P.I.G. aims to compete in several future barbecue events.
Courtesy: Ingleside ISD

Four local teenagers recently made Ingleside High School history as they formed the firstever BBQ competition team, the Notorious P.I.G.

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Ingleside High School’s Max Middagh looks surrounded by weights before he begins his squat attempt. Middagh made the 340-pound lift during Saturday’s powerlifting meet at HIS January 14.
Photo by James Granger

Obituaries

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Aransas Pass, Texas Marie Lynn West, 75, of Aransas Pass, Texas, passed away January 20, 2023, with her family at her side lovingly sending her to eternal rest with a peaceful heart.

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Aransas Pass, Texas Hal Victor Reynolds passed away on December 16, 2022 after a lengthy illness. He was born on January 16, 1943 in Corpus Christi, Texas to James and Nola Reynolds.

James passed away on January 6, 2023 at the age of 87. He was a resident of Aransas Pass since 1966. He served as a Deacon at Bethel Baptist Church. James also proudly served in the U.S.

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Aransas Pass - John Earl Ivey, age 82, passed away Tuesday, January 3rd, 2023 at Hunt Regional Clinic in Greenville, Texas.

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Florence Mae Spears Parks, 88, was welcomed by her Heavenly Father on January 1, 2023. She was born March 8, 1934 to William and Edna Spears in Ingleside, Texas.

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