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

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Protest is foundational to a healthy democracy. By its nature, protest is disruptive. It must be so to gain attention. But that does not extend to all types of protest. 

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Last week, readers were asked “How confident or pessimistic are you about the likelihood that Baytown will be a great place to live, work and raise children in 20 years?”

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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  Sept. 3 to Sept. 10 as determined by the number of page views:

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The United Way of Greater Baytown Area and Chambers County has launched its annual campaign. The goal is $3.1 million.

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This week’s question: “How confident or pessimistic are you about the likelihood that Baytown will be a great place to live, work and raise children in 20 years? Respond at www.baytownsun.com

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Baytown police hope more people and neighborhoods will participate in this year’s Texas National Night Out, set for Tuesday, Oct. 1.

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Here are the top-10 most-read articles at www.baytownsun.com for the week of  Aug. 26 to Sept. 3 as determined by the number of page views:

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Last week, readers were asked “Do you approve or disapprove of the way Donald Trump is handling his job as president?”

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At 7 tonight, another high school football season kicks off as Goose Creek Memorial take on Sam Rayburn at Stallworth Stadium. Go Patriots!

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On the night of Aug. 25, 2017, Hurricane Harvey roared ashore near Rockport as a Category 4 hurricane leaving a path of devastation in its wake. 

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Last week, readers were asked “What change in gun laws would do the most to prevent the kind of mass shootings seen in El Paso and Dayton?”

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In 2001, the marquee of the dilapidated, roofless Brunson Theater on Texas Avenue called out to passers-by: help save me.

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Here are the Top-10 most read articles at www.baytownsun.com for the week of Aug. 13 through Aug. 20, as determined by the number of page views: 

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After reading the Sunday column about our 16-year-old dog Tinker, daughter Jan said, “I can’t believe you left out the most important part -- he saved your life!”

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Thirty-six years ago, Hurricane Alicia rumbled and rolled over Baytown, wrecking property and scattering debris. Alicia inflicted havoc on the whole Houston-Galveston area. The storm’s effects lingered long after she ultimately blew herself out far inland.

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Last week, readers were asked “For adults only: Do you most often drink liquor, wine or beer?”

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With the beginning of a school year this week, we want to remind drivers to use common sense and be alert when driving in neighborhoods and around schools. 

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Here are the Top-10 most read articles at www.baytownsun.com for the week of Aug. 6 through Aug. 13, as determined by the number of page views: 

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Last week, readers were asked “What concerns are you most anxious about regarding your children heading back to school?”

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Here are the Top-10 most read articles at www.baytownsun.com for the week of July 30 through Aug. 6, as determined by the number of page views: 

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Last week, readers were asked “Which Texas professional football team will go farther in the playoffs?”

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After the rains of Imelda sent parts of Southeast Houston under water a handful of events involving area teams have been announced Thursday.

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Lady Eagles rally from 2-0, late fifth set deficits in win

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Week two of the North Channel Conference’s football and volleyball action wrapped on Thursday. Following is an update for both football and volleyball for junior high schools.

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Needing a win, Sterling rises in rout of Austin

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Lee College volleyball returns to host own invite

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A winning performance would wash away the bitter taste of a win that should have been for the Goose Creek Memorial football team.

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With one non-district game remaining, the Sterling Rangers hope to make the best out of their date at Houston’s Barnett Stadium 7 p.m. Friday against HISD’s Austin High School.

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The Sterling High tennis team filled a hole left by a Channelview cancellation in district play with a sterner test Tuesday in Baytown.

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I was sitting in the Irish Village Barber Shop after school one day waiting my turn, reading an outdoor magazine. An article on wild sheep hunting had a beautiful picture of a handsome bighorn ram standing magnificently on a rocky mountain hillside.

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The North Channel conference began its sports schedule last week as football and volleyball games began for local junior high school teams.Each sport follows the same schedule with eighth-grade teams playing the identical home-and-away slate and the seventh-grade teams doing the same. All ga…

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This year’s early teal hunting season is expected to be a hot one, both in terms of temperature and prospects. Extended forecasts for Saturday’s opener indicate waves of blue-winged teal headed for Texas, along with daytime highs in the mid to upper 90s.

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So close wasn’t enough as the Sterling Rangers football team fell to 0-2 with a last second, 16-14 non-district defeat at Aldine Nimitz Friday night.

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Robert E. Lee High School fans and alums have never forgotten the greatness that once was Gander football.

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Following a 35-10 loss at Magnolia to start the season, Barbers Hill wants to focus on playing four good quarters.

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Goose Creek Memorial’s Nikko Lagrada won in both singles and doubles for the Patriots during their 19-0 District 22-5A opening win over city rivals Baytown Lee on Tuesday. The host Patriots won all but one set in both doubles and singles to move to 1-1 this season. 

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The Goose Creek Memorial Lady Patriots volleyball team’s hot start to the season continued as it rolled to the title of the Stafford Varsity Tournament last weekend.

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The Crosby Cougars tennis team is hoping to make the most of a potentially difficult situation.

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