Arrest made in Ingleside animal cruelty case

Earlier this month, Ingleside Police and their Animal Control Officer released this image of a brown, male dog found locked in a 2 X 3 wire cage, abandoned in a home with no food or water and lying in its own urine and feces. Courtesy: Ingleside PD

Ingleside PD’s Operation Blue Santa enters 3rd year

Ingleside Index Police Chief Tammy Burr stands by a large wooden sled Officer Jorgensen built by hand, decorated, and added Christmas lights, holding toys and with children’s bicycles sitting in front. The lobby display at the Police Department hopes to generate community support for the goodwill project that has in recent weeks already received requests from 34 families and more than 95 children for help this season.

Christmas Wonderland creator lights up display one last time

William ‘Sonny’ Holmes, now 77, uses canes to walk and has become frail with age and a debilitating condition. But the Ingleside resident who started a miniature ‘Christmas Wonderland’ in his front yard, filled with wooden figurines and thousands of lights will flip the switch on one more time for the season December 1st and then call it quits after more than 40 years delighting residents. Ingleside Index

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Anne Wright is known by many who live or visit Ingleside on the Bay and Cove Park along the shoreline. Fishing enthusiasts come to her bait shop to buy what they need to lure the next big catch. But the community was stunned to learn that Anne was robbed recently of her only means of transportation, a 10-year-old bicycle. Aransas Pass Progress

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Christmas Wonderland creator lights up display one last time

William ‘Sonny’ Holmes, now 77, uses canes to walk and has become frail with age and a debilitating condition. But the Ingleside resident who started a miniature ‘Christmas Wonderland’ in his front yard, filled with wooden figurines and thousands of lights will flip the switch on one more time for the season December 1st and then call it quits after more than 40 years delighting residents. Ingleside Index

These days it’s not easy for 77-year-old William ‘Sonny’ Holmes to get around. His debilitating condition makes even walking a chore and he uses canes with both hands to ambulate.

Holiday joy starts early for one and all

Jingle bells and hot chocolate smells, it’s just what the season calls for this time of year, and the Ingleside Chamber of Commerce and the City of Ingleside are hoping that you’ll come out and be

Arrest made in Ingleside animal cruelty case

Earlier this month, Ingleside Police and their Animal Control Officer released this image of a brown, male dog found locked in a 2 X 3 wire cage, abandoned in a home with no food or water and lying in its own urine and feces. Courtesy: Ingleside PD

It’s tail wagging and where bald spots were once prominent, new fur has grown.

Ingleside PD’s Operation Blue Santa enters 3rd year

Ingleside Index Police Chief Tammy Burr stands by a large wooden sled Officer Jorgensen built by hand, decorated, and added Christmas lights, holding toys and with children’s bicycles sitting in front. The lobby display at the Police Department hopes to generate community support for the goodwill project that has in recent weeks already received requests from 34 families and more than 95 children for help this season.

It’s tail wagging and where bald spots were once prominent, new fur has grown.

 

 

Sports

The Ingleside Lady Mustangs takes a loss against The Aransas Pass Lady Panthers by a score of 56-19.

Ingleside 0 6 5 8 19

Aransas Pass 11 19 16 10 56

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IHS new head basketball coach Mark Spencer works with his team during the Mustang’s game against the Panthers. Photos by James Granger

IHS’s JC Smith and Sinton’s Tyler Ramirez

IHS’s JC Smith and Sinton’s Tyler Ramirez battle for a pass during Friday nights’ district game.

Ingleside takes the field

Ingleside takes the field at the start of the second half. The Mustang’s scored 21 points during the second half of the game.

IHS’s Jaxon Mabile

IHS’s Jaxon Mabile works to find an open lane during Friday nights’ district game against the Sinton Pirates

Obituaries

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ANDREW VALENTINE KUCERA, 71, passed away on Monday, November 1, 2021. Andrew was born February 14, 1950 in Corpus Christi, Texas to William & Ruby Kucera.

Sherri Christine Taylor

Sherri’s journey began on November 16, 1959, as the oldest of 4 daughters born to Gene and Johnnie Ann Taylor of Aransas Pass. Sherri attended Aransas Pass High School.

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Judy was born January 29, 1944 to Grady Glen Harris and Theda Marie Harris in Coleman, Texas.

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Danny Emmitt Hales, 83, passed away at his home on October 7, 2021, surrounded by his loving family. He was born on December 25, 1937, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to Emmitt and Carmelita Hales.

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Ingleside – Ruby Linn Koch passed away on October 2, 2021. She was 43.

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