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There are things I now possess that have been a long time coming. I have always been one to ponder purchases and at times the treasures I want are simply not available. Here is the story of a series of fortunate events that led me to the end of my rainbow.  

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November’s designation as Lung Cancer Awareness Month provides an opportunity to educate the public regarding the importance of early screening, but it also creates a platform to discuss improving patients’ overall lung health.

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Careers on Wheels at Dr. Antonio Bañuelos Elementary allowed students from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade to explore various careers, thanks to volunteers who brought vehicles and set up booths in the parking lot.

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My family and I recently took advantage of a couple programs put on by the City of Baytown.

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Texas First Bank reenacts a scene from the movie ‘Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story’ in its lobby on Halloween. ‘Average Joes’ defeat the obnoxious ‘Cobras’  7 to 3. From the left, Cobras are Chloe Busby (Lazer), Robin McDougald (Fran Stalinovskovichdavidovitchskep), Oliver Hernandez (Me’Shel…

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Amira Lewis from Highlands Junior School in Highlands is one of more than 500, junior high and high school cheerleaders and dancers from across the country that will represent Varsity Spirit in the 2019 Thanksgiving Tour at the Walt Disney World® Resort in Orlando, Florida.

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College isn’t just about essays and exams. It’s also about learning how to care for yourself mentally, physically and emotionally. Enter Stress Relief Week at Lee College. This event, sponsored by a Title V grant from the U.S. Department of Education, encouraged students and faculty at the c…

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I did not grow up watching sports. My dad would take my brother and me to the occasional Lee football game at Stallworth Stadium when we were small, but that was the extent of our sports exposure. 

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For asthma sufferers, being caught off guard by an asthma attack can be very scary when the airways become narrowed or inflamed, leading to wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath or other symptoms.

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The Baytown Youth Fair is planning a 60th anniversary celebration in 2020 and raising funds for graduating seniors. Shown are Junior Queen Rebecca Currie, left, and runner-up Callie Mohler as they sold baked goods and snow cones at the Highlands Jamboree. BYF has several fundraisers planned …

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It finally happened. My daughter figured out how to buy something on Amazon while playing games on my iPad.

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1 Kings 19:11-13 outlines God’s response to His servant, Elijah, who had cried out to the Lord when he felt very despondent and alone:

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Food, games, prizes, inflatables, and even a fire truck provide free fall fun for the whole family at the Fall Festival today from 5 to 7 p.m. at Lakewood Church of Christ grounds at 7701 Bayway Drive. The festival is open to the public and free of charge. 

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For Halloween this year, my daughter has decided she wants to be a witch. This decision wasn’t made easy considering she also wanted to be a fox, mail carrier, dragon and a cat.

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The arms and legs may offer the first sign of the presence of peripheral vascular disease (PVD), a narrowing of the blood vessels that can lead to serious health complications.

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Patrons filled Bicentennial Park over the weekend for Baytown’s very popular Grito Fest — a fun-filled celebration that highlights Hispanic heritage. 

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The Highlands Horizons invite you to the 62nd annual Miss Highlands Pageant and the 27th annual Jr. Miss Highlands Pageant on Saturday, Oct. 12 at Highlands Junior High auditorium.  

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First came January, and the year loomed fresh and new. For the first time in years, we didn’t make a list of New Year’s resolutions. We intended to, but it just never happened. It still hasn’t. 

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A last-minute schedule change decision charted the course for Christopher Toppeto’s career as a sous-chef. A senior at Ross S. Sterling High School in 2012, Toppeto had signed up for Meat Processing at Stuart Career Center as an elective. He had an interest in cooking and in possibly owning …

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Coming off of a 30-7 season capped with a District 21-5A title, the Barbers Hill basketball program is flying high as a new season gets ready to tip off.

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It’s a new sports season for the North Channel Conference and the junior schools in the area. As the chapters closed for football and volleyball, the boys and girls basketball seasons are now under way for the next couple of months.

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Most people living in Texas know that whooping cranes winter here along our middle coast. These rare, endangered and magnificent birds have received enough publicity that even newcomers might even know about them. They are a national treasure, to be sure.

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Lady Eagle is area’s top volleyball player

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MONT BELVIEU — It’s time for someone to dust off some space in the trophy case. The Barbers Hill football program has earned some hardware.

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A determined defensive effort helped the Robert E. Lee girls basketball team wrap up play in this weekend’s Lady Ganders Tip-Off Classic with a 31-29 overtime win over Klein Forrest Saturday morning.

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It was an ideal way for the Robert E. Lee Lady Ganders to open up their own tournament Thursday morning.

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Blend of veterans, newcomers could create winning mix

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Maybe, just maybe, it could be time the Sterling Rangers basketball team turns the corner toward being a Class 6A Region 3 playoff threat.

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The Barbers Hill 8A volleyball team captured the North Channel Conference championship this fall. In the front row, from left, are Makenzi Harmon, Nadia Baez, Brooklynn Livanec and Mia Rivers; and in back are Harper Gonzalez, Rylie King, Camryn Tull, Peyton Fadal, Peyton Spahn, Cynthia LeCom…

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Following a strong 26-7 showing in 2017-18, the Crosby Cougars basketball team didn’t quite enjoy the same success last winter.

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I heard Robert Perez, TPWD’s program leader for upland game birds, speak last week on quail. Actually, it is more accurate to say he spoke on quails – plural – meaning all four species on Texas

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Baytown Christian rolled into the TAPPS six-man Division III playoffs with its 23rd straight win dating back to last year’s state title with a 60-6 home victory Friday over Faith Academy to wrap the regular season.

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MONT BELVIEU — There weren’t many style points to be awarded in the regular season finale for Barbers Hill. But those had already been earned with the District 12-5A II championship the week before. And there are many more to earn as the playoffs get underway. 

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Goose Creek Memorial’s girls basketball team opened up a new era under first-year coach Briceida Razo Friday night with a mixed bag of results.

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Beaumont —  After staying close in the first half to Beaumont West Brook on Thursday night at Beaumont ISD Memorial Stadium, the Sterling Rangers dropped their season finale to the Bruins 47-14. 

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Following a stellar coaching stint at Manvel High School, Bryan Harris is ready to bring those chops to Barbers Hill girls basketball.

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Panthers look to finish strong before playoffs

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Baytown Christian girls basketball coach Amber Richard is starting her tenure as the program’s new head coach and it all begins at 6 tonight when the Lady Bulldogs host Southwest Christian.