The following is a quick look back at what happened at the end of last week and what to look out for in the early part of this week.
The Texas Press Association Awards were announced Saturday near the close of the association’s annual convention, held this year at the Moody Gardens Hotel and Convention Center in Galveston.
In a game Friday with a must-win feel for the Clear Creek Wildcats, they came through with blistering shooting and ramped-up intensity to log a 78-63 road win against the Clear Springs Chargers.
Clear Falls alumna Ashlynn Dunbar is now showing her well-rounded athleticism at the Division I college level with the Oklahoma Sooners.
Amanda Harris testified that her ex-husband stalked and at times terrorized her before fatally shooting her husband and wounding her in June 2017.
In Dan Freeman’s commentary (“Private charities do good but should be watched,” The Daily News, Jan. 12), he writes, “To assure the representation of the public interest, democratically elected bodies such as city councils, legislatures and Congress should appoint one or more members of the …
In a pivotal District 24-6A game with a playoff-like atmosphere, the Clear Falls Knights fended off the Clear Creek Wildcats for an exciting 59-54 win at home Tuesday night.
Sayantan Ghose's objection to the claim he stalked his ex-wife for years temporarily halted proceedings Tuesday.