LEAGUE CITY — A couple of council members had hoped to get a discount on their ammunition purchase by lumping it in with the police department's order.
Rusty Dowling, the coach who led those teams to those titles returns for yet another honor. On Friday, the athletic facility where his teams lifted weights and studied film en route to those state titles will bare his name.
We are beginning another year of our Water Fowl Hunting Report which runs each Thursday through the end of duck season. Between now and January 21, we will focus on duck and goose hunting along the coastal prairies.
I recently read that Judge Kimberly Sullivan was forced to file a lawsuit against the commissioners court because her annual salary was reduced (“Meeting fails to take place, rift widens,” The Daily News, Oct. 24).
When I was a senior in high school (and dinosaurs walked the earth) the in-state tuition for Texas universities was $12 per credit hour.
Small stories are being shaped in miniature landscapes in pots, wood boxes and glass jars, complete with twig bridges, pebble paths and fairy cottages.
The Daily News will publish a commemorative 150th anniversary glossy, full-color magazine on Juneteenth featuring stories and photos remembering our past and celebrating a future that provides opportunities to all, regardless of race or ethnicity. But we need your help.
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) — Supporters of ballot measures to legalize marijuana in Oregon and Alaska are focusing on young voters, who are considered more likely than others to favor legal pot, but less likely to cast a ballot.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — They cheered every strike and pop fly together. They booed every pitch called as a ball in unison. Then, when victory was theirs, an orange and black sea standing shoulder-to shoulder roared as one.
Posted: Thursday, September 6, 2012 12:49 pm | Updated: Tuesday, January 15, 2013 3:32 pm.
Congratulations on your engagement! It is customary to publish an engagement announcement one to three months before the wedding date. The Daily News will accept and publish engagement announcements up to one year before the wedding, providing a date or approximate time (late fall, for example) has been set.
The easiest way to submit your publication is to send your information over the web. Choose from one of the following options:
Includes basic information about the couple, their parents and the expected date of the wedding.
A complimentary listing, plus a one-column photograph.
Announcement lists grandparents, plus a one-column photograph.
A full announcement includes grandparents, attendants, ushers and personal descriptions of the bride and groom, plus a one-column photograph.
A full announcement, plus a two-column photograph.
A custom announcement with a two-column photograph, allowing for any additional information up to 11 inches.
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Completed, printed forms should be faxed to (409) 744-7679 or mailed to: Announcements, c/o Galveston County Daily News, 8522 Teichman Road, Galveston, Texas 77554.
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Photographs are returned if complete mailing address is on the back of the photograph and a self-addressed stamped envelope is included. Use only full, formal names and addresses.
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