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The famous architect Alden B. Dow who designed the City of Lake Jackson during the early 1940s for the new workers for the new Texas division of Dow Chemical. Dow’s officer has been closed off from the public for many years, but that will come to an end in just a few weeks.

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In 2020, Yousef Elyoussef was accepted into the University of Pennsylvania on a full scholarship to study biomedical engineering. Last month, Elyoussef’s younger brother, Karim Elyoussef, was accepted into Princeton University on a full scholarship as well and wants to pursue a career in aerospace engineering.

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Two longtime public servants are hoping to keep their seats in the May 7 municipal elections, but they will have to defeat a challenger to do so.

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Out of 10,000 students that tried out, only 286 made All-State Band for the Association of Texas Small School Bands. Among the few elite include two local students from Danbury ISD and Sweeny ISD.

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The Brazosport Rotary Club’s 60th annual Shrimp Boil had another successful year raising funds for the Brazosport community. The proceeds assist many people, including veterans and senior citizens.

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A homeowner died in a house fire Sunday morning while four departments were called to asset the Brazoria Fire Department.

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ROSHARON — One person is dead and another went by medical helicopter to a Houston hospital after a shooting at a convenience store Sunday night, authorities said.

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ROSHARON — Brazoria County Sheriff's deputies are on the scene of a shooting that happened about 9:10 p.m. today at a convenience store at FM 521 and FM 1462, officials confirmed.

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The Refuge for Women will be hosting its first Human Trafficking Awareness event since March of 2019. They haven’t been able to host events in the past years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but are happy to bring it back this year to bring more awareness.

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Brazosport Rotary Club shrimp boil meal tickets will be available to be purchased at the event while supplies last this Saturday at the Lake Jackson Civic Center. Meal tickets can be purchased for $15 upon arrival.

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The Army Corps of Engineers and Velasco Drainage District holds their first information session of the new year regarding the Sabine Pass to Galveston Project.

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‘What you are is God’s gift to you; what you become is your gift to God.”

The following people were indicted recently by a Brazoria County grand jury. An indictment is not a finding of guilt, only a determination enough evidence exists to proceed to trial .

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Bob Schwebel, CEO of the Brazoria Heritage Foundation gave a notice for Read to vacate the room on Nov. 24 but did not as of Jan. 20.  Read was told by Schwebel that there was a vote taken by the members. 

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These Images on the wall of the Calvary since calling the Brazoria Heritage Foundation home for 12 years that the foundation has claimed since trying to evict the Cavalry.

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Three Angleton High School students made Texas’s All-State Choir who will be heading to San Antonio for the fifth and final round of the competition. Junior, Olivia Smith made first chair in Treble Choir, senior Alivea Murry made third chair in Treble Choir and junior, Amy Martinez made fifth chair in Mixed Choir.

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The Black Republican of Brazoria County’s second GOP forum Wednesday night saw candidates answer tough questions regarding the office they're running for.

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The Brazoria County Sheriff's office arrested Fresco man on a murder charge shortly after an incident.

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The City of Angleton gained a new water tower that is not only pleasing to the eye but also holds 250,000 more gallons of water than the previous water tower, which only held 500,000. Landmark Company and the engineers Freeze and Nickels are the ones that made this project possible.

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After threatening to cut off fuel to roughly a third of the power plants owned by Texas’ biggest power generator, a major pipeline company said Thursday it will continue selling natural gas to the plants through the end of March. But the companies have still not resolved their underlying fin…

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The Alliance for The Economic Development Alliance for Brazoria County along with other sponsors in the area gathered Wednesday morning for a luncheon as speakers explained of the increases and decreases of economic growth in Brazoria County from before and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Lake Jackson police officers responded to a disturbance after dispatch received a 911 call of shots being fired at The Springs of Lake Jackson apartment complex around 6 p.m. Tuesday evening.

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SURFSIDE BEACH — The annual Surfside Foods and Arts Festival is a potluck of activities intended to entice visitors of varied interests, organizers said.

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Mark Allen Cameron, a long-time member of the Art League for the Center for the Arts and Sciences building showed off over 100 pieces of his artwork during a solo art exhibit. Cameron described his exhibit as very colorful during his exhibit last Tuesday.

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Angleton dispatch received a 911 call at about 1:44 Tuesday afternoon. The dispatch heard a disturbance in the background, and upon the initial officer’s arrival noticed blood and found there had been some type of altercation and a man was shot in the leg.

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Rumor hit social media last week that Harbor Freight Tools would be one of the occupants of the former Food King/Arlan’s grocery store in Lake Jackson. It wasn’t the first business we’d heard associated with that spot, but this rumor turned out to be different from most things on social medi…

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The Clute city council approved of the finalized version of the new redistricting maps for the City of Clute for each district to have right at or less than 10 percent population in each district. The drawings of the new districts went into effect today.

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Danbury Chief of Police, Todd Burson, resigned from his position as of Friday after careful consideration and decided to pursue another career. Burson had been a police officer with the Arlington Police Department for many years and graduated from the Police Sargent training in 2012 and spent the next few years in that position before retiring.