Robstown

Robstown,

city (1990 pop. 12,849), Nueces co., S Tex.; inc. 1912. It is a railroad junction and a packing and shipping center for a blackland region that produces cotton, sorghum, and oil. There is oil refining and the manufacture of petrochemicals, metal products, and apparel.
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Construction of the third and final phase of the Epic Y-Grade Pipeline from Benedum Plant to Robstown, Texas is approximately 60% complete.
EPIC Midstream Holdings announced that a subsidiary of EPIC Y-Grade Holdings, LP, entered into a definitive equity purchase agreement with Southcross Holdings Borrower LP to acquire the Robstown NGL fractionation facility located near Corpus Christi, Texas.
The bodies of two men and a woman were found in the Retama Manor Nursing Center in Robstown, local police said in a statement, adding that the threat was "neutralized." Two further male bodies were discovered at the home of one of the victims, according to Robstown City Secretary Herman Rodriguez.
Frontier Communications operations teams are continuing to repair and assess damages to Frontier's network in Agua Dulce, Aransas Pass, Arcola, Baytown, Beach City, Bishop, Bloomington, Dickinson, League City, Kemah, Mont Belvieu, Ingleside, Orange Grove, Port O'Conner, Port Lavaca, Portland, Rosharon, Robstown, Seadrift, Stafford, Taft, and Tivoli, the company said.
Officials ordered evacuations of Portland, Rockport, Port Aransas, Aransas Pass, Ingleside and Robstown on Thursday, according to local media reports.
Caption: The teenage driver of this wrecked car crossed the median and collided with a freight truck in Robstown, TX, in March 2016.
"This integration makes it practically impossible to limit their physical access to College buildings, service areas and classrooms," the Robstown lawmaker wrote to Paxton in a letter released this week.
Olds Cool is owned by Billy and Debbie Thomas of Robstown, Texas.
Around for more than 100 years, Hold'em was born in Robstown, Texas at the turn of the 20th century.
National Cotton Council: Chairman Jimmy Dodson (cotton producer, Robstown, Texas), Vice Chairman Wallace Darneille (cooperative official, Lubbock, Texas), VP/Warehouseman Coalter Paxton III (Wilson, N.C.), VP/Cooperatives Meredith Allen (Greenwood, Miss.), VP/Ginners Sid Brough (Edroy, Texas), VP/Cottonseed John Fricke (Pine Bluff, Ark.), VP/Merchants Bill Winburne (Peoria, Ariz.), VP/Textile Manufacturers Anderson Warlick (Gastonia, N.C.) and Secretary-Treasurer Sledge Taylor (cotton ginner, Como, Miss.).
One set of control districts in Texas came from Merrifield (2004): Crystal City, Port Arthur, Robstown, Waco, Wilmer-Hutchins, and West Oso.
The success of these endeavors helped launch multiple mission programs among Mexican-Americans in the surrounding South Texas communities of Alice, Premont, Robstown, and Corpus Christi.