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A 26-year-old Dayton resident was killed in a multi-vehicle crash Wednesday that sent four other people to area hospitals for injuries.

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It was one of those ESPN classics on Saturday night at Woodforest Bank Stadium between Dayton and Brenham in a Class 4-A Region III Division II match-up. 

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The Texas Family Land Heritage Registry of The Texas Department of Agriculture recognizes family land that has been in agricultural use for 100 years or more. 

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Down by six points early in the fourth quarter, the Dayton Broncos were at the Humble 1-yard line and appeared ready to take their first lead as quarterback Tristan Baughman looked close to the goal line on a quarterback sneak on third-and-goal. But Wildcats Kyle Floyd came out of the pile w…

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A month after Greg Hayman took over as interim superintendent for Michael Kuhrt, who resigned, the Dayton Independent School District is still searching for a replacement.

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The annual Baytown Special Rodeo for special needs youngsters, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 14, is moving to a new location this year.

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A Dayton-area woman was arrested about midnight Monday after being indicted by a Liberty County grand jury on a charge of endangering or abandoning a child in connection with the death of her 18-month-old granddaughter Aug. 14, 2012, according to the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office.

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Tyler Dalbey, son of Dana and Debi Dalbey, and Kyle Dishongh, son of Nolan and Lisa Dishongh, are going to the 2013 National Boy Scout Jamboree, the first jamboree at its new permanent home at The Summit Bechtel Family Scout Reserve in West Virginia. 

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The Houston-Galveston Area Council said its Regional DWI Task Force, which consists of 14 law enforcement agencies throughout the Houston-Galveston area, will be operating throughout Memorial Day weekend to cut down on driving while intoxicated. 

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Residents in the Liberty-Dayton area will soon have nearby access to Lee College services including academic, financial aid and business counseling this summer when the college opens the Lee College Liberty Center in space donated by the Geraldine D. Humphrey’s Cultural Center. 

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Former Houston Oilers’ quarterback Dan Pastorini, former Astros’ pitcher Larry Dierker and KHOU’s meteorologist Chita Johnson are a few of the many celebrities who will be playing in the 11th Annual Bayou Bowl Celebrity Golf Tournament.  

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The Ross S. Sterling Lady Rangers will begin their playoff quest when they take on Manvel in a one-game bi-district playoff to be played next Monday.

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The Dayton Ole Tyme Days Competition will be held this weekend at the new Dayton Community Center, 801 S. Cleveland St., Dayton. The festival is attended by as many as 20,000 people and all fund benefit the Ole Tyme Days Youth Scholarship Fund. 

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The wind blows in all directions this time of year. If you enjoy fishing, you deal with it. You find new areas, new patterns and protected locales; or, you continue to spend your days fishing on the multitude of Internet forums.

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TEXAS CITY – The Robert E. Lee Lady Ganders dropped to 2-6 in District 24-4A softball action with an agonizing 5-4 loss to the Texas City Lady Stings in eight innings here Thursday night.

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NORTH SABINE:  Trout are fair to good on the Louisiana shoreline on topwaters and Corkies. Flounder are fair on jigs tipped with shrimp around marsh drains.

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Barbers Hill’s girls basketball team is presented with the championship trophy at the Gulf Coast Classic Tournament on Saturday.

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Lee College started Region 14 conference play on a good note with an 86-72 victory on the road against Bossier Parish Community College on Wednesday night.

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Barbers Hill shooting guard Jo Trevino goes in for a layup in the Lady Eagles 85-31 victory over Texas City their opening game of the Gulf Coast Classic Basketball Tournament at the Barbers Hill Field House on Friday. The boys team followed up with a 76-45 win over Liberty in first round act…

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Although the playoffs for Baytown area football teams ended too soon, some of their opponents have continued to make a deep run in the postseason.

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The holiday hoops season and a longtime tradition continues when the Barbers Hill Gulf Coast Classic Basketball Tournament tips off Friday.

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The Lee College men’s basketball team will chart its course toward another playoff run when the Navigators host No. 20 nationally-ranked Panola College in a Region 14 conference match-up on Saturday.

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(all times p.m. unless noted; *denotes district contest)

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Fresh off his team’s 12-1 TAPPS D3 Six-Man State semifinal appearance, Baytown Christian Academy Head Coach Jeromey Anderson already has his sights set on another deep run in 2023. 

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The Thanksgiving season isn’t just about being thankful for what we have. It’s about giving what we have, sharing our good fortune with others, for the good of us all.

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Barbers Hill head football coach Carl Abseck is in a position that many would envy heading into next season.

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Baytown Christian Academy’s football season has ended in the second round of the TAPPS six-man playoffs the past two seasons at the hands of the Bulverde Bracken Warriors. 

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With no local teams remaining in the UIL playoffs, Friday night football fans can catch up on the latest episodes of “Dallas” – at least they could the last time I had a fall Friday off.

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Tied at 44 apiece with a berth in the TAPPS D3 six-man football state semifinals on the line, BCA blocked Heritage Christian’s go-ahead PAT with 4:49 remaining in the game.

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Just when it looked like the Barbers Hill defense was going to win the night again for the Eagles Friday, the dam broke.

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Mansfield Timberview scored three times in the final five minutes, 22 seconds to rally for a 35-17 win over Barbers Hill Friday night at Cedar Park.

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The outstanding efforts among the district coaches and players were spotlighted with the announcement of the District 17-5A All-District volleyball teams. 

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Baytown Christian Academy trailed 24-12 at halftime, but poured it on in the second half to defeat Fredericksburg Heritage 52-44 Friday in Seguin. The Bulldogs advance to the TAPPS state 6-man football semifinals.

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Anahuac Coach Greg Neece declared Landon Corbitt “the best player in our district” before a down had been played in District 10-3A-D1.

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This year’s Texas Invitational Basketball Tournament in Pasadena will once again host some of the state’s top talent that includes two Baytown area boys teams from Crosby and Barbers Hill that are ranked in the Class 5A preseason polls.

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After a weekend of waiting and negotiating, Baytown Christian and its fans have a location for this weekend’s second-round playoff six-man football game against Fredericksburg Heritage.

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Humble Summer Creek didn’t get a shot at DeSoto in last year’s Class 6A state girls basketball tournament.

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A sizzling hot Anahuac defense and 500 yards of offense made the perfect tonic for a horrible climate on Veterans Day and the Panthers advanced past Palestine Westwood by a final score of 42-14 in the 3A bi-district playoffs.

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Barbers Hill, Anahuac and Baytown Christian Academy have all advanced to this weekend’s area round of the high school football playoffs. As of press time, the schedule is as follows:

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The second weekend of November brought a change of weather to Southeast Texas. Driving rain, 30 mph wind gusts and lightning filled the sky Friday night at Al Dennis Field on the campus of Sterling High School.

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Making their first playoff appearance in seven years, the Dayton Broncos were right back where they needed to be. Playing in the playoffs. It was sweet as Blue Bell ice cream on your cobbler.

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Longview received an early test in Friday’s Class 5A Division I bi-district football game, but scored the final six touchdowns to earn a 49-15 home playoff win against Crosby at a wind- and rain-lashed Lobo Stadium.

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Baytown Sterling volleyball standout Ty Joseph signed a National Letter of Intent Thursday evening to continue her athletic career at Stephen F. Austin State University.