Friday, conditions began improving with light south to southeast wind prevailing over our area. Brandon Rowan and Kelly Groce, of Mariner Magazine, joined me for a morning of fishing that turned out to be much slower than we anticipated.
One of the team’s youngest members got League City Post 554’s runs parade started with a bang, and West Texas Pecos Post 460 came unraveled late as League City picked up a 14-2 win Friday in the American Legion state baseball tournament.
One of the mantras in our colleges and universities — and maybe in advanced high school classes, too — is that we must teach students to think critically.
Unfortunately, unless the scammer can be identified and criminal charges filed or a civil case initiated there is little recourse to having your money returned.
Shown above is GFC fencer Kathy Machol (right).
The Galveston Fencing Club began their spring season with a trip to Sour Lake, Texas for a combination epee tournament and wine tasting social at the Bruno & George Winery.
Shown above is Geddy Hamblen, who fenced with the Galveston Fencing Club up until his graduation last Spring from TAMU-G and now fences for the TAMU club in College Station.
Shown above is GFC fencer James Guthrie (left), who made it into the top eight.