The first attempt by tourism-industry managers to raise the profile of museums in Galveston and on the mainland was a remarkable success, drawing thousands more people to such venues last month than on a typical day.
County Commissioner Ken Clark has made his political bones as the most conservative among conservatives, and before now had rarely met a tax he didn’t hate.
The annual “Disco Dog Party” was in full swing when one of the guards paddled up on a board to the tip of the south jetty wearing full disco regalia. Hot dogs were cooking, music was playing, and lifeguards were dancing to KC and The Sunshine Band.
Boris Kushnerkov and Natasha Fatway celebrated the outbreak of Maga flu they had spread across the Canadian border to Frostbite Falls. Victims of the flu compulsively chant “Lock Her Up” or “Build a Wall” when led by the Mayor of Frostbite Falls.
Most readers will agree mental illness and easy access to guns do not mix. As a matter of fact, many times when mass shootings occur, authorities are quick to play the mental illness card as an overriding factor in tragic events.
I'm so grateful to the residents of Galveston County for all of the donations sent to me in response to my guest column ("I need your help to complete Eagle Scout project," The Daily News, July 27) in which I asked for help with my Eagle Scout project.
What a great country we live in. There’s no better place in the world to pursue happiness. Happiness is always a work in progress. Be content where you are today — but always pursue.
Sitting in the lineup waiting for a wave, the small pack of surfers could barely make out the dark silhouette of the rock groin. The heavy fog and lack of wind made for an eerie scene.
The question at hand for people interested in building a new bridge to Pelican Island is whether that can be done in way that makes all the main users happy.