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The Galveston County Daily News: Bolivar Peninsula

September 26, 2016

Bolivar Peninsula

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Front to bring rain and touch of autumn next week, but much remains uncertain

An influx of deep Gulf moisture, a low pressure trough to the west and a cold front expected to move into Texas by Sunday will bring us periods of shower and thunderstorm activity through the weekend into next week. Some heavy rain will be possible in our area, especially from Sunday night into late Monday or early Tuesday. In addition, the front should move to the coast by late Monday or early Tuesday, delivering more seasonably appropriate temperatures to Galveston County.

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Thursday 09/22/2016
Bolivar Peninsula beach sticker sales increase 25 percent
Posted: September 22, 2016

Bolivar Peninsula visitors are buying significantly more beach stickers, decals required to park vehicles on the sand near the water, and county officials want to use the extra revenue to build the first public restrooms along the shoreline.

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Tuesday 09/20/2016
The warmest September ever?
Posted: September 20, 2016

Yesterday saw another day and another late season heat advisory. Based on the temperatures this month and projected warmth over the coming 7 days, this month is on track to become the hottest September in Galveston County since records began in 1871.

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Monday 09/19/2016
Galveston County under heat advisory
Posted: September 19, 2016

Galveston and eight other counties are under a heat advisory until 7 p.m.

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Friday 09/16/2016
County's third West Nile case reported
Posted: September 16, 2016

A third county resident was infected with West Nile virus this year, the Galveston County Health District reported Friday.

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Thursday 09/15/2016
Catholic Charities was here for Ike and is here for the future
Posted: September 15, 2016

On Sept. 13, 2008, Hurricane Ike sent storm surges crashing into Galveston, Galveston Bay and the Bolivar Peninsula. Broken glass and debris littered streets, and high winds damaged homes and businesses across the region. Galveston was shut down for weeks.

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Wednesday 09/14/2016
Three more Galveston County residents diagnosed with Zika
Posted: September 14, 2016

Three more local residents have been diagnosed with the Zika virus, the Galveston County Health District announced Wednesday.

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More wet weather, a Gulf disturbance, and questions on when we might see a real cold front
Posted: September 14, 2016

We are going into our sixth consecutive day with rainfall being reported in at least some areas of Galveston County. Rainfall amounts overall during this latest wet spell have ranged from around 1 inch over parts of Galveston Island up to nearly 3 inches over some inland locations. Since we are (believe it or not) running below normal for the month so far, I cannot say that the precipitation has been entirely unwelcome. The good news is that wet weather is likely to continue for the next week or two, with heavy amounts possible near the coast.

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Tuesday 09/13/2016
Audit finds problems in county's child welfare program
Posted: September 13, 2016

The county's child welfare program improperly spent funds and failed to seek state reimbursement for work performed for a past year, according to an audit.

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Gulf Coast Council AT&T Pioneers happenings
Posted: September 13, 2016

Recently, the Gulf Coast Council AT&T Pioneers donated supplies of snacks and soda tabs to the Ronald McDonald House and bears were donated to the Dickinson Police Dept.

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