Softball 2021

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Martha Circle tours historic Chihuahua Street

La Vernia Historical Association shares tales of bygone times

The La Vernia Historical Association recently welcomed the Martha Circle of the La Vernia United Methodist Church for a tour of the La Vernia Heritage Museum and a guided walking tour along the once-bustling, historic Chihuahua Street. Volunteers from the La Vernia Historical Association, who operate the museum, provided both tours March 25. While many of the visitors were new […]

Grab a basket and enjoy egg hunts Easter weekend

Take the kids and their baskets to seek, find, and crack open colorful Easter eggs to reveal what’s inside as several area churches offer community egg hunts! Events listed below are planned for Easter Sunday, April 4, at the listed location, unless otherwise noted. Happy hunting! •Hope Church in La Vernia will hold an Easter egg hunt following its 9 […]

Lady Bears claim Bi-District soccer title!

Congratulations to La Vernia’s Lady Bear varsity soccer team! The Lady Bears stomped the Gonzales Lady Apaches March 26 in Seguin to earn the Bi-District Championship. Leading scorer on the night was senior Addie Fike with 4; junior Lillie Fike put the other two in the net. Junior goalie Aubree Newberg had two saves. The solid 6-0 victory put La […]

Wanda Layman Kosub

1930-2021 Wanda Layman Kosub took Jesus’s hand into glory on Sunday, March 28, 2021, at the age of 91. Wanda was born Feb. 1, 1930, in Comanche, Texas, to Horace and Millie (Hicks) Layman. She was a cherished wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and great-great-grandmother. Wanda loved birdwatching, fishing in Rockport, and most of all, spending time with her family. She […]

Patricia Ann Robertson

1934-2021 Patricia Ann Robertson, 86, of La Vernia, Texas, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, March 27, 2021. Patricia was born in Moulton on May 12, 1934, to Arthur F. and Ottilia M. (Wenske) Schulte. Patricia lived for her family. She enjoyed traveling, bingo, and slots. She will be truly missed, said her family. She was preceded in […]

Escaping the couch

When I went to get my COVID-19 vaccination recently, a crowd was outside the castle, but a few of us were able to break through. Once inside, a few of us were led through a long corridor to a room with cubicles. There, behind thick Plexiglas, was a person fully covered from head to toe, as to remain completely anonymous. […]


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