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City of Wharton, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:75
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:1
Aggravated Assault:60
Property Crime:437
Larceny Theft:303
Motor Vehicle Theft:17
City of Wharton, Census Data
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Total population of residents8,832
White resident population recorded4,690
Black or African American resident population recorded2,415
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded55
Asian resident population recorded51
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded1
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded3,477
Resident population of some other race recorded1,410
Resident population of two or more races recorded210
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Mon - Isolated Thunderstorms. High: 77 Low: 62
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Car on Fire
A car fire drew attention on Thursday, April 3, on Wharton’s Dock Road. No injuries were reported.
Happening April 10 2014 - Source:

LCRA Moving Ahead With New Reservoir: Wharton County Reservoir Would Add 90,000 Acre-Feet Of Firm W
The Lower Colorado River Authority Board of Directors Wednesday unanimously approved spending $17 million on the next phase of a new water reservoir near the Texas coast. “The new reservoir is vitally important to the region, and this funding keeps the project moving forward,” LCRA General Manager Phil Wilson said. “LCRA serves one of the fastest-growing areas in the country, but the area also is prone to severe droughts. This new reservoir will help LCRA continue to provide a reliable water supply to the communities, industries and other customers that depend on us. “The reservoir will benefit everyone in the region by reducing the demand on water from the Highland Lakes,” Wilson said. LCRA is planning to build the first new reservoir in the basin in decades off the main channel of the lower Colorado River near Lane City in Wharton County. The reservoir would add 90,000 acre-feet a year to LCRA’s firm water supply, increasing the supply by about 15 percent. Last year, the Board approved $18 million to purchase the property and conduct the initial design, engineering and permitting. The additional $17 million approved by the Board Wednesday will fund the final design of the reservoir and infrastructure needed to pump water from the Colorado River to the reservoir, then from the reservoir to customers. It also will pay for moving an electric transmission line on the reservoir site and other work. The reservoir project is estimated to cost a total of about $215 million and be complete by 2017. LCRA is exploring potential funding sources, including grants and loans. The Board decision on Wednesday funds the project through June, when the Board is expected to consider funding for the rest of the project. Lakes Buchanan and Travis are the region’s main water reservoirs. They provide water for more than 1 million people in Central Texas, and businesses, industries, agriculture and the environment throughout the lower Colorado River basin. Because of the severe drought gripping Central Texas, the lakes are at 38 percent of capacity and could hit all-time lows later this year if the severe drought continues. The new reservoir would benefit customers throughout the lower Colorado River basin. It would reduce the need to release water from lakes Travis and Buchanan to serve customers in the lower basin. The reservoir would also allow LCRA to capture water that enters the river downstream of Lake Travis for future use. “The reservoir project makes sense for the entire basin,” Wilson said. “This action shows how committed the Board is to expanding the water supply for the future of this region. We’re moving forward with the reservoir, drilling wells in Bastrop County and looking at other options.” Read Article.More from Regional.
Happening April 04 2014 - Source:

Contractor OK'ed for gym project
The Wharton School Board, meeting in special session on Monday, approved the low bid of $274,400 from BLS Construction of El Campo as the contractor for the planned renovation of the Wharton High Scho
Happening April 02 2014 - Source:

Rainfall totals down in Wharton County
Four and a half inches of rain during the first quarter of 2014 isn’t anywhere near record-breaking, but it’s all El Campo can claim this year.
Happening April 02 2014 - Source:

Ruby Dolejsi
Ruby Marie Dolejsi, 87, of Wharton, passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 29, 2014, at a Wharton nursing center.  She was born Dec. 5, 1926, in Yorktown to parents Hugo August and Wilhelmina Chris
Happening April 02 2014 - Source:

WISD eyes bigger summer school program
Wharton ISD is considering a plan to increase its summer school program, and board members heard about the proposal during Tuesday’s regular meeting.
Happening March 29 2014 - Source:

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Wharton PD: Couple arrested with bombs in car
Two people were arrested in Wharton on Thanksgiving Day after investigators say an officer found bombs inside their car.
December 05 2013 - Source:

Drug take-backs held across Arizona
People cleaned out their medicine cabinets Saturday to get rid of old, unwanted and potentially harmful prescription drugs.
October 26 2013 - Source:

Thin air can't stop Denker
Quarterback B.J. Denker had his best game as a Wildcat in Arizona's 44-20 win in Boulder.
October 26 2013 - Source:

Hundreds of Tucsonans volunteer for "National Make A Difference Day"
As part of a nationwide effort, hundreds of Tucsonans gave back Saturday. It is "National Make A Difference Day" and people took part in community service across Southern Arizona.
October 26 2013 - Source:

PD: 5 people, 2 dogs found dead in Phoenix neighborhood
Police say five people were found shot to death in a neighborhood near 17th Avenue and Hazelwood on Saturday. They believe one of the people shot themselves.
October 26 2013 - Source:

6-story building catches fire in Westwood
Fire crews are investigating the cause of a fire at a six-story Westwood building on Saturday morning.
October 26 2013 - Source:

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