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Tuesday, November 19th, 2019


West Brazos principal dismissed without explanation

Months into his first year in the role, Alfred Black is no longer the principal of West Brazos Junior High, officials announced. Read more

New fire truck provides versatility for department

The Angleton Fire Department is looking forward to a much-needed upgrade after City Council approved the purchase of a new fire truck. Read more


Teddy Bear Carnival is inclusive, beneficial

The rebranding of Junior Service League’s Teddy Bear Carnival was dubbed a success after it welcomed more guests, increased exposure and will benefit more children through Blue Santa programs versus previous years. Read more

Thanksgiving meal a reminder of family in community, officials say.

As the chill of November seeps into the air, Brazosport ISD food services staff prepare for a warm, home-style Thanksgiving meal to share with students and their families ahead of the holiday. Read more

Police beat for November 19, 2019

Police news published in The Facts from Clute. Read more

Festival of Lights at the Civic Center

LAKE JACKSON — Start out the weekend Friday evening with a fun run through downtown Lake Jackson, then stick around for live music at the L… Read more

Police blotter for Nov. 19, 2019

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Community calendar for Nov. 19, 2019

Organizations wishing to include an event can send information by fax to 979-265-9052; by email to; by mail to P.O. Box 549, Clute, TX 77531; or drop it off at our office, 720 S. Main St., Clute. To ensure publication, information should be submitted at least three business days before the event. Read more

New Gator Mart to Provide BC Students with Groceries

LAKE JACKSON — Brazosport College and the Houston Food Bank have teamed up to help students lower their financial burdens while enrolled in… Read more



YOUTH COLUMN: Local high school angler finishes top 10

On Nov. 9, West Columbia’s Tate Thrasher finished ninth in the Texas High School Bass Association’s area tournament at Sam Rayburn Lake. Read more



OUR VIEWPOINT: Play a part in shaping our roads

No matter where you live, it seems there is one constant: roadwork. Read more


ROSS RAMSEY: Beware of Texas politicians bearing home-brewed arithmetic

If you look at his campaign missives, it’s clear the state’s lieutenant governor — or maybe it’s his staff — can’t reconcile his math with … Read more

Weather Today

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Partly cloudy. Lows overnight in the low 60s.

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