Top headlines in the Port Lavaca Wave

Students solve puzzle with building blocks


PORT LAVACA, Texas – Here are some of the top headlines you can read in the Port Lavaca Wave.

Out with the old…5,000-plus water meters to be replaced

All of Port Lavaca’s 5,000-plus meters will be replaced with new infrastructure using the latest water management technology. New meters will provide multiple benefits for customers, including leak alerts to help prevent high bills, city officials say.

As part of the city’s efforts to improve its water system, the city is announcing the launch of a project to replace all of its water meters, starting this May.

9-1-1 moving into the Next Generation

Calhoun County, 9-1-1 is leaping to keep up with new technology. NG9-1-1 ESInet will allow people to send a text, video, or photo to 9-1-1 when they require emergency services.

The implementation of the new technology began last Wednesday and Thursday.

Students solve puzzle with building blocks

Four Travis Middle School pre-robotics students took playing with Lego building blocks to a whole new level. The students created a device with the colorful blocks to successfully solve a Rubik’s Cube.

Pre-robotics teacher Jane Stentz said the students came up with the idea by scrolling through the internet looking for ideas for projects.

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