The last two columns targeted the history of the lifeguard service of Galveston, which dates all the way back to 1875.
I'm writing to express my support of Sean Skipworth for mayor of Dickinson. I know Skipworth to be a good family man who loves his wife, son and this city. He’s a good Christian that understands the needs of all the residents of Dickinson.
During this long and arduous campaign, Jessie Brantley has kept his standards high, running a clean campaign focused on the major issues that impact our city. He hasn't involved himself in perpetuating the social media hate-mongering of the city administrator, as his opponent has done.
Galvestonians have an important decision when choosing the next mayor. Do we want to continue the progress we’ve made during the past six to eight years or do we want to go back to the “good old days?”
Concerning the article about the runoff city council election between Wes Chorn and Justin Hicks: Now that their platforms are abundantly clear, it's easy for me to make a decision concerning this city council slot ("Conservative creds, experience among issues in runoff," The Daily News, Nov. 27).
It's my pleasure to write this letter of support for Beau Rawlins for city council's District 5. My family and I have known Rawlins for several years, both on personal and business levels.
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.
Please join me in voting for Jennifer Lawrence for mayor of Dickinson. She's an engineer and grew up in Dickinson and knows all the issues. She runs a business that has a budget the size of Dickinson that employs 60 people. She knows her stuff. She will do a great job and is highly qualified.
Pat McGinnis, chairman of the Galveston County Republican Party, should consider that Donald Trump lost. If McGinnis wants to get into Galveston Island politics, he should move here; otherwise he can take that political party money and stick it where the sun don’t shine. Our island will not …
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.
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…
In my opinion, the theme — “Vote for a Vision. Not a Memory” — succinctly defines the difference between Roger "Bo" Quiroga and Craig Brown. Additionally, I believe that Brown has demonstrated, and proven, his integrity, professionalism and commitment to continuing to make Galveston the best…
The Galveston County Republican Party has entered the runoff race for mayor of Galveston. I received a mailer sent by them on Saturday that was full of lies and innuendos about Craig Brown such as defunding the police, bloated public spending and giving sweetheart deals to insiders.