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Cheers and Jeers is a collection of quick hits of praise and comments on local, state and national issues. The Sun encourages readers to submit their own Cheers and Jeers. Send submissions to: sunnews@baytownsun.com.

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Here are the top-10 most-read articles at www.baytownsun.com for the week of  Nov. 5 to Nov. 12 as determined by the number of page views:

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Facebook users beware: The misinformation campaign of 2016 will be eclipsed by the 2020 presidential election. White House candidates and their supporters are already spending heavily on Facebook ads that range from disingenuous to out-and-out lies.

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Last week, readers were asked “Should Facebook remove factually incorrect political ads?”

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Many of the products we use every day are considered hazardous. They can be readily identified by certain signal words such as “danger,” “warning,” “caution,” or “poisonous” found on their labels. These products can be harmful to humans, animals, and the environment if not disposed of properly. 

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The annual Goodfellows drive, championed by the Baytown Junior Forum, demonstrates holiday spirit. Those who volunteer with the drive or make a donation help not only give toys to a child on Christmas morning, but also spread good cheer to good families who need it. 

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Cheers and Jeers is a collection of quick hits of praise and comments on local, state and national issues. The Sun encourages readers to submit their own Cheers and Jeers. Send submissions to: sunnews@baytownsun.com.

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Here are the top-10 most-read articles at www.baytownsun.com for the week of  Nov. 5 to Nov. 12 as determined by the number of page views:

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America’s freedom is a gift bought by those who have served in the armed forces to guard this nation from enemies that threaten our liberties. 

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Last week, readers were asked “Who do you blame the most for the Astros losing the World Series?”

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It happens every year. We get the first cold snap of the season and our children say, “I need a new coat. Last year’s is too small.” Or, the wrong color, or the wrong style or just not cool any more.

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Last week, readers were asked “Will you spend more or less this year on the holidays than last year?”

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Here are the top-10 most-read articles at www.baytownsun.com for the week of  Oct. 22 to Oct. 29 as determined by the number of page views:

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Cheers and Jeers is a collection of quick hits of praise and comments on local, state and national issues. The Sun encourages readers to submit their own Cheers and Jeers. Send submissions to: sunnews@baytownsun.com.

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Last week, readers were asked “What do you like most about autumn in greater Baytown area?”

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Cheers and Jeers is a collection of quick hits of praise and comments on local, state and national issues. The Sun encourages readers to submit their own Cheers and Jeers. Send submissions to: sunnews@baytownsun.com.

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Here are the top-10 most-read articles at www.baytownsun.com for the week of  Oct. 17 to Oct. 22 as determined by the number of page views:

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A traditionalist will wait until Nov. 5 — the first Tuesday of the month — to vote in the general election.

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Last week, readers were asked “Should the United States move the date of Halloween to the final Saturday of the month from Oct. 31?”

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There is an ongoing citizen-led effort to bring the USS Battleship Texas to Baytown once repairs are finished. A group of citizens, led by Jay Eshbach, has formed and is aiming to persuade the Battleship Texas Foundation to bring the historic dreadnought to Bayland Island. 

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Cheers and Jeers is a collection of quick hits of praise and comments on local, state and national issues. The Sun encourages readers to submit their own Cheers and Jeers. Send submissions to: sunnews@baytownsun.com.

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Here are the top-10 most-read articles at www.baytownsun.com for the week of  Oct. 8 to Oct. 15 as determined by the number of page views:

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Last week, readers were asked “Who will win the 2019 World Series?”

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The Baytown Sun has long been blessed with a large number of readers who recognize the importance of letters to the editor as much as we do and take the time to contribute to the discourse about the issues of our day. To all of those who read and write our letters, we thank you for helping t…

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The Pilot Club of Baytown and supporters will be “Walking to End Alzheimer’s” this Saturday at Bayland Park on Highway 146 near the Fred Hartman Bridge. The walk, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. is a noncompetitive, festive event for families, coworkers, and friends of all ages. Participants raise mo…

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Cheers and Jeers is a collection of quick hits of praise and comments on local, state and national issues. The Sun encourages readers to submit their own Cheers and Jeers. Send submissions to: sunnews@baytownsun.com.

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Here are the top-10 most-read articles at www.baytownsun.com for the week of  Oct. 1 to Oct. 8 as determined by the number of page views:

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Sterling Municipal Library will once again celebrate “Food for Fines,” making it possible for Baytonians to clear library fines while helping the community.

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Last week, readers were asked “What do you think are Baytown’s most pressing needs?”

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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.

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