A district championship is a major accomplishment for any school in any sport. Landon Etzel, the 2015-16 Galveston County boys athlete of the year, led Clear Creek to three this past school year.
Saturday morning, live shrimp supplies at most bait camps were out by 8 a.m. or earlier. Live croaker inventories were spotty, and most anglers were willing to take croaker in lieu of shrimp.
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.
The video tape player, an ancient thing, had been repaired and put in good order within the last year or two, so I popped the tape in and sat back to watch and recall the story.
Posted: Wednesday, December 25, 2013 12:00 am
Health inspections for Dec. 25, 2013 From STAFF REPORTS galvnews.com
The Daily News, in cooperation with the Galveston County Health District, publishes weekly health inspection reports. These reports are conducted by the health district office and provided to The Daily news.
Violations are scored three to five points, depending on their seriousness. Most violations are corrected immediately while inspectors are on site. All must be corrected within 10 days. Demerit scores higher than 30 require immediate correction of all violations.
Food service inspection reports are a matter of public record and are available for review in county health district offices.
Inspections for any restaurant can be found online at www.gchd.org/ech.
The following inspections were conducted Dec. 9-13.
Posted in Health on Wednesday, December 25, 2013 12:00 am.