Note from our publisher: Kimberly Lopez is a Lake Jackson resident and registered nurse at Matagorda Regional Medical Center, and she is a good friend. She treated the first positive COVID-19 case in Matagorda County on March 14. Since then, the hospital has seen more cortonavirus-infected p…
At a time when most people would hold tight to whatever money they have, business owners represent the spirit of Brazoria County by giving things away.
Realtors say the local market has not yet seen a huge hit from the coronavirus, but some downturn is inevitable. In the meantime, real estate agents and associates are adapting to the situation as much as possible by taking precautions to protect themselves, their homeowners, and their clients.
Gol f courses in southern Brazoria County are still going strong through these tough times, allowing recreational golfers to knock the ball around. When it comes to all the local charity tournaments that are having to call off their play, however, they should do there best to follow what gol…
Ev en during the best times, people who suffer from depression, anxiety and other mental health problems struggle to get out of bed, interact with others and live life as many consider normal.
R ight now things are a little bit crazy in this world we are living in. I get up every morning and watch a few minutes of news on TV and wonder what’s real, what’s fact. I’ve found watching the news on television, changing channels, worrying, stressing out, doesn’t do any good.
S ome of us are obsessed right now with President Donald Trump. Some are drawn to Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York. Others are preoccupied with Dr. Anthony Fauci. I can’t stop thinking about Jessica Meir and Andrew Morgan.
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