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Last year a friend of mine wrote me a letter around the first of the year. He stated, “I joined a health club last year and spent $400, and I haven’t lost 1 pound. I wrote him back a note saying, “Apparently, you have to show up!”  

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The early stage of pregnancy, the first two to eight weeks after conception, is a critical time for fetal development — when a baby’s facial features, brain, spinal column, heart and kidneys begin to form. 

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Chambers County District Attorney Cheryl Swope Lieck regretfully announces there will be no Tree of Angels Ceremony this year due to Corona Virus concerns. Each year, The District Attorney’s Office hosts this ceremony to honor victims of violent crime and their loved ones. 

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Coldwell Banker United Realtors provided a helping hand to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church for its 6th annual turkey giveaway. Over 100 people lined up to receive turkeys and the fixings from St. Paul members and Coldwell Banker employees. Inclusive Travel Hut and Marlow Brothers Mortgage also pr…

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William D. Kiefer has been named CEO of Chambers Health. His first day on the job was expected to be Monday. 

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The Chambers County Library System continues to offer curbside service through 2020. Books, DVDs, audiobooks and other items can be reserved and picked up at any of the branch libraries. The public can also send documents to branch emails for printing, send items to fax, or request copies. T…

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While many of us were home trying to get back to a sense of normalcy, Candace Thomas, animal services supervisor for the City of Baytown, put her passion and skills to work on the Turks and Caicos Islands as a volunteer with the Turks and Caicos Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Anima…

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It was a challenge set forth due to the COVID-19 pandemic and so Stephen Auguste and his wife Olga decided the DIY approach to living.

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Dr. Randal O’Brien, Goose Creek CISD superintendent; Lee Martinez, athletic director; and Kendall David, marketing director, help with distributing the 37 pallets of socks Academy Sports donated to Goose Creek CISD students. The socks were distributed to coaches and physical education teache…

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From time to time I like to share my current interests. Indeed, part of the joy of seeing a great moving or reading a fascinating book is sharing it with others so that they too may be blessed, entertained and delighted. In that spirit, here is what I have been into as of late:

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As we move into the winter months, medical experts caution there could be a rise in flu cases amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The first place team in the Baytown Area Senior Softball Program — “BASS” were sponsored by Luna’s Mexican Restaurant. In front, from left, are Brian Beach, Tommy Bacon, Andy Crawford and Arnold Soliz; in back are Thomas Delgado, Bruce Klinger, Frank Herrera, Duane Gifford, John Brandt and N…

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IMPACT Early College High School recently received recognition from U.S. News and World Report and Niche 2020 Best Schools.

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Gentry Junior School 6th, 7th and 8th grade students are competing in the Vocabulary Bowl with other students across the United States and Canada by mastering new vocabulary words online. The annual competition began Oct. 1 and ends April 30, and is hosted by vocabulary.com.   

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Thirty-eight Goose Creek Memorial Choir students have been selected as Texas All-Region Choir Musicians. Through a competitive process held across the region, these students were chosen for this prestigious honor. They are under the direction of Holly Lewalllen and Mireya Mejia, members of t…

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If he wasn’t going to play football anymore, Baytonian Jamari Gilbert and his wife Morgan, decided to come back home and make people healthier.

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The weekend will offer the opportunity to knock out some early Christmas shopping while supporting a good cause in the process.

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The City of Baytown’s Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a city-wide, photo scavenger hunt Saturday, Nov. 14, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Check-in for each team will start at 10 a.m. at one of the following locations: Baytown Community Center, Evergreen Park, Wayne Gray Sports Complex, or…

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This year’s limited-edition tree ornament will feature an iconic view of the Battleship Texas in shades of gray, blue, red, green and yellow on a frost white glass ball measuring 3-1/4 inches round. A brief history of the ship will be printed on the backside of the ornament.

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Texas First Bank, 819 Rollingbrook, celebrated Halloween Friday with a “Back to the Future” theme of avoiding 2020. Sitting is Jim Wilson while Oliver Hernandez waits to hitch a ride back in time. 

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DAYTON – After a two-hour weather delay that started at halftime and Barbers Hill leading by a couple of touchdowns, the Eagles came out of the delay and scored four touchdowns in a little more than a quarter to put away the Dayton Broncos 42-6 on Friday afternoon at Houston Methodist Field …

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Nicole Price of Robert E. Lee softball signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her career at Rogers State University in Oklahoma. Price, who’s parents are Margarita and Dylan Price, has been playing softball since she was six-years-old. “I feel extremely blessed to have finally been…

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The Barbers Hill volleyball team, coming off an unbeaten District 21-5A title and led by a mostly underclassmen roster opened up the Region 3 bi-district playoff round Thursday at Pasadena High School and couldn’t overcome a stellar defensive effort by Texas City.

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The Barbers Hill volleyball team, coming off an unbeaten District 21-5A title and led by a mostly underclassmen roster opened up the Region 3 bi-district playoff round Thursday at Pasadena High School and couldn’t overcome a stellar defensive effort by Texas City.

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Michael Williams has resigned his post as the head volleyball coach at Goose Creek Memorial High School, Goose Creek CISD officials confirmed Tuesday.

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The Barbers Hill Eagles are back in the District 12-5A II title hunt and 7:30 p.m. Friday it could be something to be definitely considered after Nederland comes to Mont Belvieu.

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 The Goose Creek Memorial volleyball team secured its place in the Region 3 bi-district playoff round Tuesday with a 3-1 (23-25, 25-20, 25-16, 25-20) win over Texas City in Baytown.

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For two years in a row, the Anahuac Panthers wrapped up a season with a 5-5 record, are heading to the Class 3A I playoffs and once again will face off against Crocket in the Bi-District round of the playoffs.

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 Edwin Egans enters his 21st year coaching at Crosby and this year his boys basketball team could be one of the better ones he’s put out on the hardwood.

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All it took was a little bit of room and Mason Duke saw the opportunity the Goose Creek Memorial Patriots had waited for almost all of Friday night.

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The Goose Creek Memorial is on the doorstep to qualify for the Class 5A Region 3 bi-district playoffs.

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The Sterling Rangers tennis team saw its historic season come to an end Friday when it was defeated 10-1 by hosts A&M Consolidated in College Station during the Class 5A Region 3 semifinals. Sterling, the region’s No. 4 team, fell to the top-ranked squad but not before the mixed doubles …

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The Goose Creek CISD girls basketball programs are looking to new eyes and vision behind the minds of three young coaches.

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Sam Houston State University will be the scene Monday when the Class 5A Region 3 cross country championships take place with plenty of high hopes on the line.

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Barbers Hill sophomore girls basketball guard Dalanna Carter has transferred from the school. Barbers Hill head girls coach Bryan Harris confirmed Thursday Carter, the reigning District 21-5A Most Valuable Player, had left school Monday.

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When it looked like the Goose Creek Memorial volleyball team was down and out and rivals Sterling were inching closer to a tie in the season series and a bi-district playoff spot, things changed in a hurry.

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The second chapter of the battle of Baytown football is ready to kick off 7 p.m. Friday at Stallworth Stadium with the Goose Creek Memorial Patriots ready to even their ledger while the Sterling Rangers hope to make a fine introduction.

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A win in Kirbyville was enough to clinch Anahuac’s second straight Class 3A-I playoff spot in the same number of years under head coach Greg Neece.

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A young Barbers Hill tennis team was able to find its way past Galveston Ball in the bi-district round, 11-8, early in the week to catapult itself into the area round at home Thursday against Lamar Fulshear. 

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The Sterling Rangers may not have secured one man for the head basketball coaching position but they may have ultimately found the best man for the position.