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Last-minute Thanksgiving? Here are some tips

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In a flap over Thanksgiving? 

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Sandhill cranes

Sandhill cranes

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A pair with of Sandhill Cranes,with a chick, right. The chick, is almost the same size as the female, far left. 

Sandhill cranes

Sandhill cranes

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Sandhill Cranes breeding range extends as far north as Alaska.

Sandhill cranes

Sandhill cranes

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Last-minute Thanksgiving? Here are some tips

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In a flap over Thanksgiving? 

Don’t miss the Sandhill Cranes

Don’t miss the Sandhill Cranes

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November is the month that most of our wintering birds arrive, many from Arctic regions, to spend a few balmy months at the south end of the c…

Show to display locally grown citrus

Show to display locally grown citrus

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When you think of citrus, images of grapefruits, lemons, limes and oranges are most likely to come to mind.

Citrus

Citrus

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There is always something to grow and something to harvest in our Gulf Coast gardens—even during the month of December. Whether you are an ent…

Join us at O’Connell for Pearl Harbor Day program

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During a season when everyone is busy shopping for that special gift, decorating their homes, baking delicious treats in preparation for thebi…

Metropolitan Opera: Lucia di Lammermoor coming to DVD

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Seasoned opera goers (I’m a novice) have seen Lucia many times, and even I have seen it four times (Sutherland on DVD, Netrebko on TV, Shagimu…

Turkey's sidekick steals the spotlight

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Turkey will always be the star of the Thanksgiving Day production, but the supporting cast has its fans, too.

UTMB part of group awarded $20 million research grant

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GALVESTON — The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is part of a collaboration led by the Oak Crest Institute of Science that rece…

On Self Acceptance: The Story of ANTs and PETs

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Perfectionism can be a blessing and a curse. Striving to be our best, exerting our skills, seeking to achieve our dreams are all positive aspe…

Considering pain management alternatives

Considering pain management alternatives

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Over the years, more and more people have begun making the switch to alternative medicine for pain management. 

Clardy wins national award

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Betsy Clardy, vice president and chief development officer, is this year’s recipient of the Byron Welch Award for Lifetime Achievement. 

acupuncture

acupuncture

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Chiropractor Dr. Michael Dow treats Michelle Frank with acupuncture at Texas Wellness in Texas City. He uses acupuncture and chiropractic tech…

Research sheds new light on autism

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Based on statistics, you probably know someone with a form of autism. Autism rates in America grew by 30 percent from 2008-2010 and have doubl…

EKGs’ accuracy analyzed in first COM honors project

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For cardiology technician Josie Howell, reading the wavy lines of heart monitors inspired an honors project.

Christmas decor in November

Christmas decor in November

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More and more people across Galveston County are putting up their Christmas decorations well before the Thanksgiving turkey is even in the oven.

The Sunday Essay: Cognitio

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On a Thursday in the middle of August, 1997, my university honored its employees.

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