Beeville

Beeville,

city (1990 pop. 13,547), seat of Bee co., S Tex.; settled in the 1830s, inc. 1908. Long a cow town, Beeville is the trade center of an agricultural county. A naval air training station is nearby.
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Coastal Bend College - Vocational Nursing (VN) and Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Education Programs in Beeville.
Spirit of Texas Bancshares, the holding company for Spirit of Texas Bank, SSB, announced that it is expanding its footprint into the Beeville, San Antonio and Corpus Christi markets with its acquisition of First Beeville Financial Corporation and its bank subsidiary, The First National Bank of Beeville.
In December 1990, he was commissioned a naval aviator in Beeville, Texas.
"Do we need to house them in Beeville" -- about an hour away -- "and bus 'em over here?" she asked.
After aviation officer candidate school in Pensacola, Florida, she was assigned to a training squadron at Naval Air Station Chase Field in Beeville, Texas, as an instructor pilot teaching student aviators how to fly the Navy T-2 trainer.
(Texas Department of Criminal Justice McConnell Unit, Beeville, Texas)
Federal Credit Union in Beeville, Texas, told CU Times her credit union re-affiliated with the Cornerstone league, in part, because the dues were very reasonable.