PORT BOLIVAR — Some residents of the Bolivar Peninsula are being warned boil their drinking and cooking water because of a major break in a transmission line between Winnie and High Island.
LEAGUE CITY — The asking price is $1.5 million for a group of 10 paintings depicting the African-American journey — works that have been on exhibit nationally and may soon be displayed in Galveston.
Recently, there have been some large trout reported; however, the quantities of smaller trout are not up to par with where they should be this time of year.
LA MARQUE — Whether it’s the loss of key players or assistant coaches or entering a difficult new district, every high school head football coach runs into their fair share of headaches.
Why is the Port of Galveston proposing to borrow up to $13 million from banks for a cruise-ship terminal expansion? Would it be possible to get the money at a lower interest rate through the bond market?
Cellphones have become so prevalent in our everyday lives that most people don’t think twice about pulling out their phone in public, in social situations or even worse, while driving.
You don’t need an odometer to know when you’ve driven 150 miles inland. The air gets a tiny bit drier, the terrain starts to undulate, and in the summer, the roadside pickups selling watermelons give way to fruit stands selling peaches somewhere near that mile marker.
LEAGUE CITY — After she hammed it up with talk show host Rachael Ray while talking about her take on taco soup, Sarah Penrod was feeling pretty good about her chances of advancing to the next round of “Food Network Star.”
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The government's key witness in the corruption trial for former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife testified Wednesday under the cloak of immunity, saying he gave them money because it was a business relationship, not because they were friends.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A sharply divided House approved a Republican plan Wednesday to launch a campaign-season lawsuit against President Barack Obama, accusing him of exceeding the bounds of his constitutional authority. Obama and other Democrats derided the effort as a stunt aimed at tossing political red meat to conservative voters.
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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