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0 Winner of the WWN "Full Moon Photo Challenge," Rhonda Cantu, Receives Her Prize by Stephen Fisher

Rhonda Cantu poses with her 1st prize award from the WWN's Full Moon Challenge juried by Stephen Fisher.

Rhonda's photo of the moon over Lighthouse Inn in Rockport won first prize, which was chosen from dozens of entries picturing the "Beaver Moon" on November 17th.

Rhonda is a resident of Rockport and an avid birder, wildlife photographer, and regular community contributor to the WWN. Perhaps you have seen some of her beautiful photographs and videos over the last few years. If not, be sure to check them out here.

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0 Shared VIDEO | "Never Too Old for a Tiara" via NYT

The women of Ms. Senior America prove that life is still sparkly after 60. "I’m 91 years old. I'm supposed to sit home? No! I’m gonna...flirt with the guys."

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0 Roving Reporter VIDEO | "The 3R's: Rescue, Rehabilitation, Release: Great Blue Heron" | Shared by Jeanette Larson


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0 Roving Reporter | "Dog's Night Out" by Jeanette Larson

Ozzie enjoys a treat

"About a dozen dogs of all sizes and 30 plus humans enjoyed the Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport-Fulton's monthly Yappy Hour at Paradise Key Dockside Bar and Grill on Wednesday, November 30. While humans enjoyed appetizers and happy hour beverages, the dogs feasted on biscuits and bowls of water. Proceeds support the Humane Society's programs." - Jeanette Larson

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0 City of Rockport | Tropical Christmas CANCELLED

ROCKPORT, TX – At a meeting today with Mayor C.J. Wax, City Manager Kevin Carruth and Director of Parks and Leisure Services Rick Martinez, the difficult decision was made to cancel the annual Tropical Christmas celebration, which was slated for December 3. This includes the entertainment and all activities scheduled for the Festival Grounds, the lighted night parade and the fireworks.

The decision was made after reviewing various weather forecasts. “While we all know a little rain won’t hurt anyone, the predictions of strong wind, thunder and lightning, and continuous storms are definitely a cause for concern,” stated Martinez. “One of the City’s prime missions is to ensure the safety of its residents and visitors, as well as vendors, performers, and other participants, and we felt that continuing the event might put them in harm’s way.”
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