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On Aug. 5 and Aug. 6, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Post No. 6378 in Dickinson, hosted a District 16 meeting consisting of 14 VFW posts encompassing six counties.

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On Aug. 5, officer Walt Candelari received the Ray Ramon Award at the Texas Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association Conference in Waco. The award is presented annually to a citizen police academy coordinator who is deemed to have contributed the most to the development of the CPA program d…

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ISLE physician appointed to TMA leadership

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With a population of 314,198, Feeding America estimates that roughly 53,710 Galveston County residents need emergency food assistance in a single year — that’s 1 in 5 of our neighbors. American National Insurance Company’s interns took action to improve these statistics on July 14 at the Gal…

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In partnership with iWRITE, a Houston-based nonprofit literacy organization, The Bryan Museum recently completed its second week of History Camp at The Bryan Museum: Writing Your Way to High Adventure! The two five-day camps introduced nearly 30 fourth- to sixth-graders to a creative combina…

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Tyree Bearden is the new program director for the Electrical and Electronics program at Galveston College. He has a master’s degree in Electrical and Computer engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer engineering from the Georgia In…

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Steve Schuenke, a graphic artist at the University of Texas Medical Branch, won the College of the Mainland parking permit design contest. The contest received more than 200 entries, and Schuenke’s design was the finalist that received the most votes from students, staff and the community. S…

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The principal of Ball High School in Galveston recently announced the honor roll for the sixth six weeks of the 2016-17 academic school year.