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To address concerns along the Oyster Creek Watershed of Brazoria and Fort Bend Counties, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Houston-Galveston Area Council will be calling a meeting on Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Angleton Public Library, 401 E Cedar St.

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The Harris County Reservoir Expansion Project has been in the works for quite some time, and it’s taking its next forward steps. 

The Army Corp of Engineers released their Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS), which is a statement about the impact the project will have on the surrounding area. It will be finalized after public input is registered.

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Danbury ISD participated in the eighth annual Danbury Education Foundation Awards Breakfast on Friday morning at Angleton’s The Springs Event Center, and the top ten high school students were invited to present “You Made a Difference” awards to the DISD employees that had the biggest effect on their success. Many had made personal connections with the school’s employees.

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IOWA COLONY — Having seen its population grow by 430 percent in just the last five years, Iowa Colony has laid the groundwork for its explosive growth by adopting a charter that provides a hybrid council system of at-large and geographically assigned seats.

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 A 15-year Shadow Creek High School history teacher was arrested after Alvin ISD received an anonymous tip about inappropriate behavior regarding the teacher and a student.

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The Columbia-Brazoria Independent School District has received an application from Third Pillar Solar for a value limitation agreement on an upcoming project they have planned.

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Randy Rhyne, a longtime Brazoria County sheriff’s deputy and former mayor of Angleton, has been sworn in as Danbury’s new police chief.

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Alvin Community College regents recognized staff members who assisted with and implemented the Navigate app to help students with college services. Back row, from left, are rRegent Jim Crumm, IT Director of Business Enterprise Solutions Ben Deadwyler, Vice President of Information Technology…

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Alvin Community College regents recognized the Bachelor’s Degree Task Force members who researched the feasibility of offering bachelor’s degrees. Back row, from left, Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Research Pat Sanger, Vice President of Instruction Cindy Griffith, Dean of Profe…

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ACC regents recognized art instructor Alex Ordonez, center, after he received a fellowship from the Tally Dunn Gallery. Joining him are regents Jim Crumm, left, and Vice Chair Jody Droege.

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ACC regents recognized Vice President of Instruction Cindy Griffith, center, who is retiring after six years with the college and 37 years in higher education. From left are ACC President Robert J. Exley; regents Darren Shelton, Roger Stuksa and Jim Crumm; Griffith; Board Vice Chairwoman Jod…

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DANBURY — With the city’s police department sitting empty, Danbury City Council opted to put unused money to use by renovating the bathrooms at a local ballpark.

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ALVIN — Five Alvin Community College students were named to the Texas All-State Choir and performed Feb. 9-12 at the upcoming Texas Music Educators Association conference in San Antonio.