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As of the census of 2000, 1,975 people, 749 households, and 518 families resided in the city. The population density was 1,294.3 people per square mile (498.4/km²). There were 877 housing units at an average density of 574...more

  • First United Methodist Church to receive Texas historical marker The Texas Historical Commission has recognized the First United Methodist Church of Goliad as a significant part of Texas history by awarding it an official Texas historical marker. A dedication ceremony will be at noon May 4 at the First United Methodist ...
  • Historical commission to host lecture on bells who will be speaking on the topic of his upcoming book about the numerous historic bells of Goliad. Brown is the author of several books covering different aspects of Texas history, including the story of the New Orleans Greys and a biography of J.W. Fannin.
  • TEXAS TIMES: Eighteen minutes to victory Remember the Goliad!” The attack was so successful that the battle ... Today, we celebrate the hard-fought victory of Texas’ first generation of veterans under General Sam Houston. I am proud of our state’s rich history of independence and success.
  • It’s San Jacinto Day: 178 years ago, Texas secured independence in revolution’s final battle After retreating across much of Texas after the fall of the Alamo and the massacre of Texas troops at Goliad, about 900 rebels under Gen. Sam Houston made their stand east of present-day Houston on April 21, 1836, attacking and defeating a detachment of ...
  • Children taken in car theft reunited with family SAN ANTONIO -- SAPD responded to a report of a stolen car with three children inside near Goliad and Pecan Valley on the city's south side around 5 p.m. Thursday, according to a SAPD spokesperson. The mother of the kids was taking them to church and ran ...
  • Weekend beercast: Remember Goliad on Texas Independence Day If you’ve looked at Facebook today, you’ve seen photos of kids dressed up in cowboy and cowgirl outfits. There may not be as many as Go Texan Day shots as there were first-day-of-school photos, but I saw enough to know that Texans still like to dust ...
  • Goliad Brewing makes its Houston debut Goliad, Texas, which is just a short drive southwest of Victoria. The brewery is making its debut in the Houston area with this special event at Outlaw Dave’s and everyone age 21 and up is welcome to attend. For this special occasion, Goliad Brewing is ...
  • Goliad, Texas Uranium Mining Permitted By EPA After Lobbyist Reportedly Intervenes When Uranium Energy Corp. sought permission to launch a large-scale mining project in Goliad County, Texas, it seemed as if the Environmental Protection Agency would stand in its way. To get the ore out of the ground, the company needed a permit to pollute ...
  • Remember Goliad! The Texas War for Independence: Part One It is a story whose interpretation is tainted by the nationality of one’s passport. A battalion of the Texas Army had surrendered to Mexican troops under the condition that they be treated as prisoners of war. They were told that they would be deported ...
  • Today in Texas History: Massacre! Remember Goliad! On this date in 1836, Mexican troops carried out the cold-blooded massacre of Texas rebels in Goliad. Here is a superb recounting of the events by William K. Moore of ViaNovo, who happened to be born on the 120th anniversary of the Goliad massacre.
  • First United Methodist Church to receive Texas historical marker The Texas Historical Commission has recognized the First United Methodist Church of Goliad as a significant part of Texas history by awarding it an official Texas historical marker. A dedication ceremony will be at noon May 4 at the First United Methodist ...
  • Historical commission to host lecture on bells who will be speaking on the topic of his upcoming book about the numerous historic bells of Goliad. Brown is the author of several books covering different aspects of Texas history, including the story of the New Orleans Greys and a biography of J.W. Fannin.
  • TEXAS TIMES: Eighteen minutes to victory Remember the Goliad!” The attack was so successful that the battle ... Today, we celebrate the hard-fought victory of Texas’ first generation of veterans under General Sam Houston. I am proud of our state’s rich history of independence and success.
  • It’s San Jacinto Day: 178 years ago, Texas secured independence in revolution’s final battle After retreating across much of Texas after the fall of the Alamo and the massacre of Texas troops at Goliad, about 900 rebels under Gen. Sam Houston made their stand east of present-day Houston on April 21, 1836, attacking and defeating a detachment of ...
  • Children taken in car theft reunited with family SAN ANTONIO -- SAPD responded to a report of a stolen car with three children inside near Goliad and Pecan Valley on the city's south side around 5 p.m. Thursday, according to a SAPD spokesperson. The mother of the kids was taking them to church and ran ...
  • Weekend beercast: Remember Goliad on Texas Independence Day If you’ve looked at Facebook today, you’ve seen photos of kids dressed up in cowboy and cowgirl outfits. There may not be as many as Go Texan Day shots as there were first-day-of-school photos, but I saw enough to know that Texans still like to dust ...
  • Goliad Brewing makes its Houston debut Goliad, Texas, which is just a short drive southwest of Victoria. The brewery is making its debut in the Houston area with this special event at Outlaw Dave’s and everyone age 21 and up is welcome to attend. For this special occasion, Goliad Brewing is ...
  • Goliad, Texas Uranium Mining Permitted By EPA After Lobbyist Reportedly Intervenes When Uranium Energy Corp. sought permission to launch a large-scale mining project in Goliad County, Texas, it seemed as if the Environmental Protection Agency would stand in its way. To get the ore out of the ground, the company needed a permit to pollute ...
  • Remember Goliad! The Texas War for Independence: Part One It is a story whose interpretation is tainted by the nationality of one’s passport. A battalion of the Texas Army had surrendered to Mexican troops under the condition that they be treated as prisoners of war. They were told that they would be deported ...
  • Today in Texas History: Massacre! Remember Goliad! On this date in 1836, Mexican troops carried out the cold-blooded massacre of Texas rebels in Goliad. Here is a superb recounting of the events by William K. Moore of ViaNovo, who happened to be born on the 120th anniversary of the Goliad massacre.

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