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Ski resort importuning’s to visit drift onto my computer screen. As several vaccines against COVID-19 appear imminent, travel may return as an option.

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The Daily News has a long-standing policy against publishing letters and guest columns backing or attacking candidates on Election Day. In every election, just as voters go to the polls, we get last-minute allegations of facts we can’t verify.

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A 379 percent increase. It seems almost impossible that the food pantry at St. Vincent’s House in Galveston has increased the amount of groceries it has distributed by 379 percent — from 48,000 pounds of food last year to 230,000 pounds this year.

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I don’t know about you, but I could stand to lose a few pounds — well honestly, quite a few. The dilemma is which diet to choose. There are so many to choose from, and they’re all touted as the miracle way to lose weight and stay healthy.

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I have griped too much about the reluctance of the fall season to make a sustained presence. Fall weather finally arrived in the Texas Upper Gulf Coast over the past weekend. It’s about time, as the winter season will officially start in about three weeks.

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Charles Duhigg, author of “The Power of Habit,” states that as making the bed each morning becomes a habit it kicks off a chain of good decisions throughout the day and gives a person a sense of being in charge and establishing order.

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December is here, which means the holidays are among us. With the holidays come fun, family and, of course, delicious foods. While holiday favorites are usually eaten around this time of the year, these foods can sometimes be overeaten and be high in calories, fat and added sugars. Therefore…

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This morning brought the coldest temperatures seen so far this season. By dawn, temperatures had dipped to freezing or little below in northwest parts of the County (especially Friendswood and parts of League City, while Galveston and some areas along the Bay remained in the 40’s overnight).