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Playing in their second District 23-5A game, the Tors overcame a slow start to take a 27-13 lead at the half to stay in control.

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People repairing their homes from Hurricane Harvey damage have a chance to get some free advice for their this week.

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A holiday tradition once again lit up the entrance way to Galveston on Tuesday night, as the Tree of Lights on top of the Galveston County Daily News was illuminated ahead of the 2017 holidays.

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In response to the editorial "Mitigation and elevation the only cures for this insanity," (The Daily News, Dec. 8): This opinion had little to do with preventing flooding and everything to do with the cost to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the National Flood Insurance Program.

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Many men and women who have been infected with HPV never develop any health problems, but, for some, the infection can lead to various types of cancers and genital warts.

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Local educators Friday were calling a Texas Education Agency release of school report cards for the 2016-17 school year an unnecessary rehash of already published data that achieved nothing but confusion.

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Although somewhat unlikely, we find ourselves in a winter pattern this morning similar to those that have produced sleet or snow in Galveston County over the years. One major difference is that temperatures are running 5-10 degrees warmer than is typical for such snow or sleet events over So…

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A Mississippi-based fitness company is suing a Galveston couple, asserting they used trade secrets garnered when the husband was an employee to start a new island fitness club.

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Galveston County officials’ efforts to plan a new bridge to Pelican Island received a boost recently when the Texas Department of Transportation pushed a critical deadline back by six months, but the move has left several commissioners and one area businessman debating the best way to procee…

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There has been an increase in the number of reported cases of flu in Galveston County this year, at a rate that has county health officials urging people to get their seasonal shots.

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Little Sister Danica’s only wish was for a new pair of flip-flops. She has been wearing the same pair since late August, when floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey washed away every other pair of shoes that she, her two sisters and mother owned.

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A bayou, by definition, is a body of water found in flat, low-lying areas with an extremely slow moving stream and/or a marshy wetland.

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A Santa Fe-area landlord was arrested early Tuesday morning after he allegedly shot a tenant during a confrontation about a lack of running water, Sheriff Henry Trochesset said. 

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The annual Dickens on the Strand is set for this coming weekend and the weather outlook couldn’t be better unless you are a stickler for authentic London style Christmas weather. High pressure building and a weak cold front building into North Texas should reinforce and maintain the dry, coo…

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In the holiday rush, please don’t forget #GivingTuesday, a global giving movement built by individuals, families, organizations, businesses and communities in all 50 states and in countries around the world.

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Under the new proposed tax plan making its way through Congress, the group could give out fewer of those forms next year because, some worry, there will be less incentive to make donations.

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Jeannie Janota, you need to read my comments again ("'Taking a knee' has nothing to do with military," The Daily News, Nov. 19). Why are you playing the race card? I did not say anything about race. Before the NFL declined to show players kneeling during the national anthem I observed people…

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I'm frustrated with Galveston County's lack of response regarding debris pick-up. The major part was done about a month after the storm, but residual items are still roadside waiting for action.

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The deadline for people to apply for individual Hurricane Harvey assistance from the federal government is approaching.

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Under increasing financial pressure, more than 240 school districts across the state have applied to waive the state-mandated requirement to maintain a student-to-teacher ratio of 22 to 1 in all classes from kindergarten through fourth grade, according to data released by the Texas Education…

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Aspen Miller will be one of 120 cowgirls competing at the competition. Each of the competitor will be competing for over $130,000 in cash and prizes and a chance to earn a qualifying spot in the American Semifinals next February in Fort Worth.

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An announcement that the White House would only seek $44 billion in its next round of disaster aid for hurricane ravaged parts of the country disappointed some state leaders on Friday. 

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A group of university and government scientists will attempt to estimate the number of red snapper that live in the Gulf of Mexico, in a study that could potentially effect the future of U.S. commercial and recreational fishing laws.

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With mild weather and plenty of sunshine, it should come as no surprise that the first 15 days of November have given us much warmer and drier conditions than normal. Temperatures in League City are averaging a whopping 7.8 degrees above normal through the first half of this month and they a…

  • By KENNETH JOHNSON
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In response to the letter by Rose Broussard Murphy ("Taking a knee is a constitutional right," The Daily News, Nov. 11): You are correct, Mrs. Murphy, it is not against the law to “take a knee during the national anthem, neither is burning a flag against the law."

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In response to the article ("'We're becoming an RV park,'" The Daily News, Nov. 5): My home also was flooded during Hurricane Harvey. My son and I stayed in it and waded water for two days. We've ripped up soaked carpet, tore out Sheetrock and now are rebuilding.

  • By KATHRYN HOLMES
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Did you know that every nine minutes a child becomes a victim of abuse and neglect in Texas? Every day, 52 children enter foster care in Texas, totaling over 19,000 children in 2016.

  • By MARY BETH MILLS
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I have been connected to The Jesse Tree since its inception in 1995. As a person of faith and a registered nurse, I care about the charitable work in Galveston County. Is The Jesse Tree on your prayer list? Is your congregation making regular financial contributions or volunteering? The Jess…

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Heading into Tuesday’s Region III-5A quarterfinal playoff match, the Santa Fe Lady Indians knew they had to be near-perfect to knock off No. 7 state-ranked Kingwood Park, and when they weren’t that, the Lady Panthers proved to be overwhelming en route to handing them a 19-25, 16-25, 10-25 defeat at Lee College.

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Sunday’s and Monday’s high temperatures of 83° in Galveston respectively tied for the all-time daily record highs for those dates. Meanwhile, League City-Dickenson sweltered in 88° heat as November temperatures run 13.5° warmer than would be expected at that location for the first week of November.

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Galveston County school district officials told state lawmakers Monday they are worried about Hurricane Harvey’s lingering effects on district finances and accountability ratings.

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While much of the rally takes place on The Strand, Galveston’s historic tourist shopping street, a lot of the foot traffic stays outside the stores and in the roadways, where attendees can find dozens of vendors and thousands of motorcycles. But other shop owners feel just the opposite, and those who sell beer out of their storefront windows said the weekend is great for business.

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With 30 more student-athletes to spare, yet unfathomably somehow in the same state classification as the Santa Fe Indians, the Manvel Mavericks were able to overcome a risky first quarter to blow out the Indians, 48-17, Friday night at Alvin Memorial Stadium.

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After a day of meeting with federal officials in Washington D.C., Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said some money for Texas Hurricane Harvey recovery projects could be designated for the state before Thanksgiving.

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Some people displaced by Hurricane Harvey find themselves searching for accommodations this week as hotels prepare for thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts to arrive for the Lone Star Rally.