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The Galveston County Daily News : Texas City

September 1, 2014

Texas City

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Monday Football Notebook: Ball High D improves; rivalry has 1st shutout in 16 years

An unprecedented shutout and the emergence of a diverse Dickinson athlete highlighted Week 1 of local high school football action.

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Monday 09/01/2014
Register for 12-week classes at COM
Posted: September 01, 2014

To fit any schedule, COM offers 12-week and eight-week courses in person and online.

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Sunday 08/31/2014
Blinn JC blasts SE Prep at Raitano
Posted: August 31, 2014

SANTA FE – Junior college power Blinn lit up the scoreboard in the home opener for the Southeast Prep Spartans, who now play their games at Raitano Field, as the Buccanneers rolled to a 77-6 win.

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Sting’s field house renamed for Staggs
Posted: August 31, 2014

The Stingaree Stadium Field House was renamed after longtime Texas City coach and school board member James Ed Staggs.

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Saturday 08/30/2014
Defense shines as ’Stangs stop Stings
Posted: August 30, 2014

TEXAS CITY – Friendswood quarterback Tyler Page ran for all three of the Mustangs’ touchdowns in a 24-0 win over Texas City, but the most impressive play he made with his legs didn’t find pay-dirt.

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Friday 08/29/2014
Volleyball roundup for Aug. 29, 2014
Posted: August 29, 2014

A look at Thursday night's high school volleyball action from Santa Fe, Friendswood, Clear Falls, Clear Creek and Texas City.

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Wednesday 08/27/2014
‘He blinked his eyes, so I slit his throat’
Posted: August 27, 2014

TEXAS CITY — An accused killer tells police he stabbed man more than 15 times with ice pick.

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Texas City police searching for pharmacy burglary suspects
Posted: August 27, 2014

TEXAS CITY — Police are searching for two men suspected of burglarizing a Texas City pharmacy early Wednesday.

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Stings to rename field house in honor of Staggs
Posted: August 27, 2014

TEXAS CITY — James Ed Staggs began a legacy with Texas City ISD in 1950, and now it will live on for generations to come.

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