Saturday, the bite continued for anglers dodging the early morning thunderstorms. Catches were reported from all around the Galveston Bay Complex, with the beach front areas offering the best action and a larger variety of fish.
Dickinson swarmed Friendswood with a late first-half scoring spree, and managed to hold off the never-say-die Mustangs squad for a 21-16 win that came down to the final minute in Friday’s District 24-6A showdown at Sam Vitanza Stadium.
A Lynchburg professor in period attire poses with Raleigh, N.C., girls fourth-grader Allie Akers, left, and her younger sister, who established a women’s history club in North Carolina and traveled all night to Washington, D.C., with their mother for the March 3, 2013, march from the U.S. Capitol building to mark the 100-year anniversary of the parade to draw attention to women seeking the right to vote.
Beaumont-born Lisa Kathleen Graddy is curator of Smithsonian’s First Ladies Exhibit. She also has put together a debut women’s suffrage exhibit at the National Museum of American History.