Even with declining active COVD-19 infections and rising vaccination rates, the number of people dying from COVID-related illnesses continues to grow.
LAKE JACKSON — Brazosport College’s Board of Regents recently had its annual workshop both in-person at the college’s Corporate Learning Center and virtually.
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Veterans and their friends and families took on a serious subject with a sizable bit of fun Saturday morning.
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott is pushing state lawmakers to protect individuals and companies that opened businesses during the pandemic against coronavirus-related lawsuits, he said Tuesday. It’s another in a long line of Abbott’s attempts to support businesses despite the worsening public heal…
Nearly three of every 10 Brazoria County residents would choose to refuse the necessary injections. That’s according to an ongoing study that started in April 2020.
The bats for the Giddings Buffaloes were too much for the West Columbia Roughnecks as the Roughnecks fell in the Hit & Run Tournament. A big third inning from Giddings blew the game open on the way to an 11-0 victory in West Columbia on Saturday morning.
SAN ANTONIO — Hanging with the best of the best in the state, the Angleton Wildcats finished with 118 points and clinched fourth place in the team standings at the UIL Class 5A Swimming & Diving State Meet at the Bill Walker Pool & Josh Davis Natatorium on Saturday night.
It took an extra inning, but the Danbury Lady Panthers were able to edge out the Columbia Lady ‘Necks in a low scoring game in the Battle of the Best Tournament. After both teams only were able to find one run in six, the Lady Panthers took the 3-2 win.
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Upon first hearing a local police chief had been arrested and charged for multiple offenses in another city, our reaction was no different than it would have been for anyone in a position of public trust — the public has a right to know and we needed to fulfill our obligation to ensure it did.