The way the state distributes money to school districts is sure to be center stage when the state Legislature meets in January.
Galvestonian Barbara Sasser and 19 members of her family traveled to Manila for the Filipino premiere of the documentary “Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge from the Holocaust,” hosted by President Benigno S. Aquino III.
An unprecedented shutout and the emergence of a diverse Dickinson athlete highlighted Week 1 of local high school football action.
Conditions are beginning to improve and the fishing is picking up.
National Geographic photographer Maggie Steber talked her way into a first job by pounding the streets of Galveston with a camera in her hand.
Margaret Barno reviews “Visions From Above: My Journey — My Destiny,” by Amy Jamison.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska defensive end Randy Gregory is doubtful for this week's game against McNeese State because of an injury to his left knee.
BAUCHI, Nigeria (AP) — Nigerian military officials say they killed about 70 Boko Haram fighters when the Islamic extremists attacked the northeastern town of Bama Monday morning.
Paula Summerly, Ph.D., Institute for Medical Humanities visiting scholar, curated -“Abstract Anatomy: The Wall Diagrams of William Keiller, MD (1861-1931),” on display in the Avery-Winkler Artway, located outside Suite 2.301 Primary Care Pavilion (PCP), The Institute for the Medical Humanities (IMH), 400 Harborside Drive in Galveston.
A small segment of Dr. William Keiller’s “Relation of cord segments to spines” drawing is enlarged to create an abstract artwork.
A card under an abstraction of “Relation of cord segments to spines” shows Dr. William Keiller’s full drawing with a quote from him.
A portion of Dr. William Keiller’s “Muscles, nerves & vessels of the thigh” drawing is enlarged into an abstract artwork in the “Abstract Anatomy: The Wall Diagrams of William Keiller, MD (1861-1931) exhibit in Galveston.
A portion of Dr. William Keiller’s “Nerves of the Hand” drawing is part of the exhibit.
Drawings by Dr. William Keiller are on display as part of two exhibits in the Avery-Winkler Artway.
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