Teacher and golf coach Dawn Gibbs of Friendswood kept her bout with cancer quiet at first — she didn’t want to worry her students.
SUGAR LAND — Shaky special teams play to start the game put the Ball High Tors in a hole they could not dig out of in Saturday’s 41-6 loss to No. 3-ranked Fort Bend ridge Point at Mercer Stadium.
CALVERT — In their district opener Saturday on the road, the High Island Cardinals were topped by the Calvert Trojans, 32-0, in a game that was called in the second quarter because of injuries.
Susan Criss defends her campaign for District 23 of the Texas House of Representatives against claims by State Sen. Larry Taylor.
State Sen. Larry Taylor criticizes Susan Criss' campaign and writes in support of Republican Wayne Faircloth in the race for District 23 of the Texas House of Representatives.
GALVESTON — Galveston got a brand new library this month. It’s about two-feet-tall and sits in Bets Anderson’s front yard.
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CLIVE, Iowa (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie presented himself in sharp contrast to President Barack Obama in a fiery speech that sounded like the early makings of a presidential pitch.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — An Afghan court has sentenced a mullah to 20 years in prison after finding the religious teacher guilty of raping a 10-year-old girl.
Teachers help students work on puzzles during the early days of the Oak Tree Day School at the First United Methodist Church of Texas City. The church will celebrate its school’s 50th anniversary from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today with a free event that will feature a mini-circus put on by students, a children’s art show, games, crafts, vendors, food and a silent auction.
Children gather during one the school’s early sessions of Oak Tree Day School at the First United Methodist Church of Texas City.
Students attend an early class of First United Methodist Church of Texas City’s Oak Tree Day School. The church will celebrate the school’s 50th anniversary with a free festival Saturday.
First United Methodist Church of Texas City, 317 5th Ave. N., will be the site of today’s event celebrating 50 years of Oak Tree Day School.
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