From the archives of The Daily News for Dec. 27:


In 1913, the city commissioners planned for sewer extensions under bond issues.

In 1913, attorney general informed the county attorney that army men must pay a $15 hunting fee.

In 1963, crews were working to reroute the sanitary and storm sewer lines for construction of the new Galveston County courthouse.

In 1963, county officials arranged a tri-county meeting, which concerned the restoration of the High Island bridge.

In 1988, the 10th annual Trees for Dunes project prepared to pick up trees residents were asked to leave curbside after Christmas.


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