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Opponents of a proposed $487 million bond issue criticized Clear Creek Independent School District’s debt and questioned claims about how fast the student population is growing. Proponents in a separate presentation talked about the district’s smart spending and community need.

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Bright yellow and lettered with decals proclaiming them property of Clear Creek Independent School District, buses are like moving billboards, Ezell Brown, director of transportation, said.

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Few will argue with the observation that the weather over the past few days has been near ideal. Fairly light winds, abundant sunshine, mild nights and warm afternoons have stirred spring fever in most people I’ve encountered. This is reflected by increased interest in outdoor activities fro…

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State officials want to hear from League City residents with questions about extending Landing Boulevard from FM 518 to Interstate 45 in Galveston and Harris counties.

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Sen. Larry Taylor, R-Friendswood, recently filed a bill that would see several changes to a new Texas Education Agency school accountability system opposed by many districts in Galveston County.

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Bay Colony West Municipal Utility District No. 44 in League City intends to issue refunding bonds for $3.6 million, city officials said.

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The Clear Falls Knights’ baseball team was sporting green on its uniforms, but it was the Clear Brook Wolverines who appeared to have all the luck as pinch-hitter Preston Tee hit a walk off RBI-single in the bottom of the 8th inning to hand the Knights a 5-4 St. Patrick’s Day loss.

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Two special political action committees disagree about the numbers in Clear Creek Independent School District’s proposed $487 million bond issue in the May 6 election.

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So, Leonard Woolsey is concerned about journalists being attacked — as a result of their biases ("Journalists are under fire," The Daily News, March 5). Journalists’ lives sure floated along nicely over the last eight years, didn’t they? No conflicts, nothing got messy, just clean living. We…

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I enjoyed reading Stephen Hodgson’s guest column (“Will Trump have support when he needs it?” The Daily News, March 14); however, while referencing the U.S. Constitution, one should realize it applies to U.S. citizens.

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With wins over district playoff contenders Clear Creek and Dickinson in her collection, Alvin pitcher Rachel Hertenberger set her sights on another contender in the Clear Falls Knights, pitching a seven-inning shutout with 13 strikeouts on six hits to down the Knights by the final score of 6-0 at Clear Falls High School.

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Candidates for the open trustee positions on the Clear Creek Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet with community members during an upcoming forum.

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Yes! March 10, was refreshing reading letters from local Patriots expressing opposition to the liberal spin from our paper and supporting our president. Not a day goes by without some sort of president bashing or liberal bias of nearly any issue.

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I was on the internet recently and came across some very interesting articles describing how “volcano mulching kills trees.” The articles were written by Texas A&M Forest Service, The Washington Post, Clemson University and others. I was amazed at what the articles said about volcano mul…

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Close to the Gulf of Mexico and drained by a series of bayous that flow into Galveston Bay, the Houston region is intimately familiar with water. Perhaps a little too intimately — we are gaining a reputation as “America’s flood capital” thanks to the torrential rain events that routinely shu…

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Every time someone references the Berlin Wall when talking about the wall along our southern border, I cringe. The Berlin Wall divided a country, wherein the wall along our border will be between two countries.

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State Rep. Greg Bonnen’s decision to withhold pro forma support for a senior housing project to which the League City council had granted initial approval raises some interesting questions — academic, perhaps, but still interesting.

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Drivers will have to go a little slower on Interstate 45 frontage roads in League City once crews post new speed limit signs along a 2-mile stretch.