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The City of Baytown has rescinded its boil water notice for residents or businesses along the Interstate 10 corridor from Spur 330 to Garth Road, according to city officials.

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Because of a water main break the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has required the City of Baytown public water system 1010003 to notify all customers, individuals, or employees that this establishment or business has implemented a boil water notice.

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Norman Wayne Dykes, P.E., 78 of Baytown, formerly of Sulphur Springs, TX, was born May 18, 1942, in Dallas, Texas, and passed on Tuesday, December 22, 2020, in a Baytown hospital.  He was preceded in death by his parents, W. Wayne, and Cora J. Dykes (Walker).

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Baytown alum Alan H. Green joins Alysha Umphress and Joel Waggoner in the streaming production “Holiday Getaway,” available 6:30 p.m. Friday through 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The fate of the United States presidency hung in the balance Wednesday as Democratic challenger Joe Biden picked up a win in Wisconsin and fought President Donald Trump in other battleground states that could prove crucial in determining who wins the White House.

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The top of the ballot may hold a lot of the draw this election season, but in Baytown, Harris and Chambers counties, there are a handful of offices up for grabs. Here’s a look at some of the races that voters in The Baytown Sun coverage area will decide on this election.

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Charles Boyd Klaus, 82, passed away Tuesday, September 29, 2020.  He was a resident of Mt. Belvieu, Mulberry Arkansas and Baytown, Texas where he currently resided for the last 7 years.

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Torrence Ray Krisher passed away on September 19, 2020. Visitation will be from 10 to 11 a.m., with celebration of life at 11 Thursday, September 24 at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, 3811 North Main, Baytown, TX.  Private graveside interment following at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Bayto…

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The Barbers Hill Eagles used a late burst in the second quarter that continued after halftime and eased to a 79-58 victory over visiting Galena Park Tuesday night.

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The record may not reflect it and Tuesday’s 0-0 draw with visiting Hargrave High School may not elicit a ton of excitement, but the Barbers Hill boys soccer team continues to improve according to head coach Brian Moore.

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I’ve heard wrist watches are worn by people who are only concerned with units of time shorter than a season. I misplaced mine recently. So, I guess that brands me.

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A tough battle came out on the negative side for the host Robert E. Lee Ganders boys basketball team, but not before putting up quite a fight.

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The Crosby Cougars football team had to wait 60 years for a second shot at a state championship that has eluded the program since the school opened in 1923.

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Dayton High School was the scene of a breakout for a couple local soccer teams and another continued to roll on in the tournament’s first two days.

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Basketball games involving Goose Creek CISD high school programs are undergoing some cosmetic scheduling changes.

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The Robert E. Lee Ganders boys basketball team won its second overall and District 22-5A game with a dramatic 47-46 win against Santa Fe Tuesday night.

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The Goose Creek Memorial boys soccer team wrapped up its run at the Pasadena Cup with a 3-2 loss to Pearland Saturday.

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Just like that the Goose Creek Memorial boys soccer program was back on familiar footing.

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It may not have been the ideal way to start the soccer season, but the Sterling High School Rangers and new coach Bryan Hayman still have some positives to lean on after Tuesday’s action.

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Amelia Horsford got off on the right foot early and often for the Crosby Lady Cougars and that made for a very nice start to the soccer season Saturday.

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Dateline: Texas. A December 2020 press release from Texas Parks and Wildlife stated that a mountain lion was seen and confirmed near Rowlett, in eastern Dallas County, not far from Lake Ray Hubbard. 

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Cougars defeat third-straight unbeaten foe in route to state semifinal

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The Goose Creek CISD boys basketball teams have had their fair share of battles with the COVID-19 pandemic causes havoc with the schedule and/or leading them into quarantine.

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I saw an exhibit of historic weaponry at the Metropolitan Museum of Art a few years ago. It was -- to be honest – frightening. Wars were once fought with crude weapons that created severe maintenance problems. Recovery was usually not an option. Even the horses wore armor.

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‘Complimentary’ ball equals best year since ’09

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A late run by La Porte to end the first half with a 19-point lead was enough to carry the Bulldogs to an 83-57 win at Robert E. Lee Friday in boys basketball.

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SHENANDOAH - After navigating the choppy and challenging waters of the COVID-19 pandemic football season full of pitfalls on and off the field, the Barbers Hill Eagles are officially heading to the offseason.

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Robert E. Lee’s Keke Davis has signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at Incarnate Word University in San Antonio beginning next fall. Back row from left are, coach Spencer Anthony, Leticia LeGrair, coach Jay Cleveland, head coach Tim Finn, coach Alex Alvarez and brother Marquis…

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Following Katy Paetow’s 70-18 bi-district playoff win last week in Baytown against the host Robert E. Lee Ganders, it was on to the Region 3 area round.