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Few foods evoke the lush, golden pleasures of summer as much as peaches do. Whether it’s an early-season peach from Fredericksburg or a Fairfield peach in August, biting into the juicy fruit is like the perfect summer: sweet, surprising and a little out of control. While peaches are availabl…

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Are you a fan of "Game of Thrones?" Remember the dire wolves? Early in the saga, one of the Stark children finds a dead female dire wolf and her six pups near the Stark stronghold of Winterfell.

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Here are the recent health inspections for activity from July 18 through July 24 provided from the Galveston County Health District.

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I’m not ready to throw in the towel and accept age as a reason to slow down. Of course, I’m not as fast as I used to be, but I give my best each day to be a better person.

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It is understandable that some golfers decided the fierce protocol was not worth it, and opted out of competition. It should be interesting and insightful to hear what those who chose to endure it all to play in front of no fans, with no money to win, have to say about the importance of chasing a gold medal.

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I am so ready for the forecast wind shift in direction. The heat index has been dangerously high the past couple of days. It is amazing how a shift in the wind from the east will drop those feels-like temperatures. Despite the heat, I did receive some encouraging news on the fishing front.

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Technically the “dog days of summer” refers to the period from July 3 through August 11. This is when Sirius, the brightest star visible from anywhere on earth, rises in conjunction with the Sun. Sirius is part of the constellation Canis Major (or Greater Dog), hence the reference to “dog days”.