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More than a third of Galveston County residents live in a food desert

More than a third of Galveston County residents live in a food desert

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For about 35 percent of county residents, there’s nothing quick or easy about getting to a grocery store, according to 2010 statistics from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Proposed LNG plant spurs debate over Galveston’s safety

Proposed LNG plant spurs debate over Galveston’s safety

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GALVESTON — When people fight development of liquefied natural gas plants in their communities, they inevitably point to the “Cleveland Disast…

Daily News readers share symbols of why they are thankful

Daily News readers share symbols of why they are thankful

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Thanksgiving for many is more than a holiday. It’s a day of reflection and life evaluation. So, at many a table today friends and family will …

Give thanks and pass the credit card; Thanksgiving Day shopping here to stay

Give thanks and pass the credit card; Thanksgiving Day shopping here to stay

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Despite the yearly protests of “too soon” and claims of blasphemy, holiday shopping season, for the most part, no longer waits until Black Friday.

Plenty of surprises in Galveston County's fall sports season

Plenty of surprises in Galveston County's fall sports season

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One of the things to be most thankful for in covering local sports is when the unexpected happens. It’s also what makes doing preseason predic…

Fowl Play: Excellent duck hunting everywhere

Fowl Play: Excellent duck hunting everywhere

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Last weekend, I was in northeast Oklahoma visiting friends and had the opportunity to go duck hunting outside of Muskogee, Okla. If half of th…

End of a fishing era on Galveston Island; farewell to Wayne Tucker's bait shop

End of a fishing era on Galveston Island; farewell to Wayne Tucker's bait shop

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Today marks the end of one of Galveston’s longest running bait camps, Wayne Tucker and Sons Bait and Seafood.

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