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We have written a lot about how stay-at-home orders and widespread closures have affected local businesses. What we haven’t said effectively to this point is how the current crisis has affected ours.

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With less than one month until early voting begins for the March primaries, there is no shortage of messages out there. Candidates have social media at their disposal, and they use it to push out their mission statements and prepared remarks. They also work their tails off going from event t…

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House Speaker Dennis Bonnen and conservative political operative Michael Quinn Sullivan are locked in an ugly battle with huge political implications. It’s high drama, complete with a secret recording, a Sullivan-issued ultimatum and what amounts to “bring it” from Bonnen.

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The Leaders Under 40 we feature in today’s paper have seen success in the classroom, the board room and in the realm of community service. They have forged their own paths or assured continued growth of their family businesses.

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Rich Wells delivered an engaging speech at the Brazosport Area Chamber of Commerce membership luncheon this week, lining out the makeup of the new Dow as the company completed its merger with formal rival DuPont, and what it will look like after the company splits off again — realigned and r…

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Than ksgiving gives way to Black Friday, which rolls into Small Business Saturday. On Sunday we get a rest to digest, let the credit cards cool and praise the Lord before Cyber Monday and then, Giving Tuesday.

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Early voting begins this week, and, as an editorial in Saturday’s Facts rightly pointed out, many, many registered voters won’t bother to cast a ballot.

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It was just more than a year ago. Hurricane Harvey's rains snaked their way down the Brazos River, an intruder to too many of our neighbor's homes. The eyes of a worried nation mostly focused on Houston. 

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Angleton High school students smiled more this week than any other time this year. That’s not a scientific fact, of course, but I’d put money on it. As the parent of a freshman, I genuinely feel blessed to have a front-row seat to the smiles.

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Brazoria County is in crisis, but the number of people willing to help almost matches the scale of the flooding.

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Much incorrect information has been spread this week through rumor, innuendo or "somebody saw this on Facebook and said ..." Misinformation is dangerous and can lead to panic. There's enough panic to go around right now without false information making it worse.

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Gov. Greg Abbott called legislators into a special session that starts Tuesday because they failed to pass must-do legislation in the regular session. Why? Because of one man's petulance.