By JOHN WAYNE FERGUSON
By JOHN WAYNE FERGUSON
GALVESTON - Islanders were stopped in their tracks Thursday when an unusual brigade chugged its way through the middle of downtown.
PEARLAND — The Friendswood Mustangs first ever Class 6A playoff soccer match versus the Alief Taylor Lions, a team out of the powerful District 23-6A, was a tale of two halves as a strong northerly wind would stymie each team headed in that direction.
MANVEL — Sometimes in a soccer match, something as simple as the weather can make all the difference.
The battle brewing between the cities of Santa Fe and Dickinson and the Galveston County Health District over the budget for animal control services is likely headed for litigation.
Many of you probably remember the story from a couple of weeks ago about the little girl who suffered mild hypothermia after swimming in the beach water on a day when the water was 58 degrees over Spring Break.
The Galveston Island Nature Tourism Council and The Daily News are sponsoring FeatherFest PhotoFest Contest, a weekly photo contest in conjunction with FeatherFest, the island’s annual birding and nature photography festival set for April 9-12.
Miller’s Landing owner Donal S. Clark submitted his recipe for one of the restaurant’s most popular desserts, and was awarded $10,000 for “Best Dessert.” His creation, Pecan Chocolate Ganache Brownie Cake, was one of the top three recipes in the national contest.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is announcing a five-year plan to fight the threat posed by antibiotic-resistant germs.
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi bruised some longtime liberal allies when she worked with Speaker John Boehner to craft a rare bipartisan accord on Medicare. But lawmakers say it will enhance her stature as a dealmaker, and may help her party avoid being sidelined by majority Republicans over the next two years.
Roberta and Tyra in the room they built in their Santa Fe to house for their elaborate model railroad.
The detailed layout of Richard Tyra’s O gauge model railroad is the perfect challenge for ITT Technical Institute’s electrical engineering students.
Janelle Markovich and Valentin Revuelta-Guardiola work to repair the train that belongs to Richard Tyra in Santa Fe. Both students are in the bachelor of science in electrical engineering program at ITT.
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