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The Daily News has been an advocate of all things common sense since the beginning when it comes to the pandemic. Masking and social distancing? We’re in, and we encourage you to be as well. Avoiding large crowds or even smaller, more intimates ones with people outside of your household unle…

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One of my fondest childhood memories was when my twin brother and I were around 12 years old; we desperately wanted a PlayStation. For months we would nag our mother about getting one for Christmas. December came around and, most of the month, our mother kept telling us, “I have a major surp…

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Jan. 31 is the last day to register to vote in the March 1 primaries. Your application has to be received in the voter registrar’s office or postmarked 30 days before an election in order for you to be eligible to vote in that election.

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Recently, I invited my good friend John Sharp, chancellor of the Texas A&M University System, to speak to my Rotary Club. He shared how Texas A&M has leveraged public private partnerships to expand and grow their campus all over the state of Texas. Sharp spoke of the innovations and …

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I believe Texas is a great state. I believe Texas' governmental leaders are all good. I believe we have a good governor in Greg Abbott. I believe Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick is a good leader, too. I believe they're doing a good job during the pandemic. I also believe President Joe Biden is doing a …

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As we start 2022, it's our pleasure to thank those, like The Daily News, who assisted Bay Area Pet Adoptions during 2021 with our mission of helping homeless pets. We're able to help homeless pets thanks to your support and the support of our donors. Never doubt that it makes a difference.

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Reemerging with the death Monday of convicted killer Robert Durst was some soul searching about what his acquittal in a Galveston district court almost 20 years ago might say about juries assembled here, which is to say something about most everybody here, since we are the pool.

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Even though it hasn’t yet gotten really cold, we assume it’s still coming. Once the water drops into the 50s or even the 40s, it’s hard to imagine wanting to get out there. But there is a small group of hardcore water people who don’t shirk away from favorite activities — no matter what the …