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Liberty attorney announces candidacy for county clerk

Lee Haidusek Chambers is officially announcing her candidacy to be the next Liberty County Clerk. In an emailed statement, Chambers explained that, if elected, she hopes to apply her knowledge and hard work to the county's primary record-keeping office, as well as the management of the county's elec

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-18 14:52:00

Needville rebounds quickly against Liberty Hill to win 3-1

GARLAND - The Needville Lady Jays defeated the Liberty Hill Lady Panthers in four sets on Saturday at the Curtis Culwell Center to advance to the state championship, 18-25, 25-15, 25-12 and 25-12. It has been 15 years since the Needville volleyball program has made an appearance in the state tournam

FORT BEND HERALD - 2017-11-18 13:58:00

GPI, TxDOT field questions on Grand Parkway construction

Grand Parkway Infrastructure (GPI) officials were overwhelmed with the turnout at the first of many public meetings scheduled as the final leg of SH-99 completes the Loop around Houston. The ballroom of the Dayton Community Center was buzzing with up to 200 residents who filed in to see firsthand th

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-18 14:48:00

TVE looking for candidates for board

Community Report, cadvocate@hcnonline.com Published 10:45 pm, Friday, November 17, 2017 The Trinity Valley Exposition is accepting applications for nominations to its board of directors. Since 1909, TVE has provided a fair, rodeo and livestock show for residents in and around Liberty and Chambers c

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-18 04:45:00

Dayton FFA advancing to state

Dayton FFA students competed Nov. 14 at the 2017 Area IX Leadership Development Event at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. One Dayton High School student, Audrey Brown, took first place in Job Interview and is advancing to state. The other results were as follows: Radio Broadcasting

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-18 04:46:00

H-E-B grand opening scheduled for Dec. 6

The long-awaited Baytown H-E-B is just weeks away from opening. The 6430 Garth Road location is slated for a grand opening on Dec. 6, according to H-E-B's website. "As H-E-B Baytown nears completion, we appreciate the community's patience as it awaits grand opening details," said Cyndy Garza-Roberts

BAYTOWN SUN - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan Sues Arkema

Not to pile it on, but Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan announced Thursday he had filed suit against beleaguered Arkema, Inc. now under a mountain of criticism for how it handled its Crosby plant operation during Hurricane Harvey flooding. "This was a very dangerous situation," County Attorney Rya


Harris County attorney files lawsuit against Arkema over emissions after Harvey

HOUSTON - Channel 2 Investigates has learned that Arkema, a global manufacturer in specialty chemicals and advanced materials, is being sued by Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan. "We are going to seek the highest penalties possible for what happened and hopefully work with them to make sure that it


NMDA places Southeast N.M. back under pecan weevil quarantine

The New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA) is issuing another emergency pecan weevil quarantine in Eastern New Mexico. The NMDA first issued a quarantine Jan. 27 for the communities of Artesia, Roswell, Lovington and Hobbs after finding evidence of pecan weevils - white, grub-like insects - in


Slow down! Sheriff's Office has new radar

The Lea County Sheriff's Office has another tool to combat traffic violations like speeding throughout the community thanks to 32 in-car radar units. On Tuesday, the sheriff's office announced a purchase of 32 Stalker-brand in-car radar units to outfit the majority of its marked fleet using budgeted

HOBBS NEWS-SUN - 2017-11-17 17:38:04

Baseball restrooms still on Lovington's remodel list

LOVINGTON - Remodeling of the Love Street Baseball Complex restrooms hit another snag Monday as commissioners voted 4-0 against awarding the project after receiving only one qualified bidder. At Monday's meeting, Loving-ton City Manager James Williams presented two bids submitted for the remodeling


Muriel Jane 'Roach' Green

Muriel Green Graveside services are scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 20, at Hagerman Cemetery for Muriel Jane "Roach" Green of Hagerman. Green, 88, passed away peacefully Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017, at her home in Hagerman. Rev. Stephen Deutsch will officiate the services. Muriel was born March 26,


Pacific Aldermen Approve Municipal Election Date

Pacific aldermen approved the date of Tuesday, April 3, 2018, for the upcoming municipal election. Voters will be asked to vote for seven city seats, including: One alderman for each of the three wards, terms are two years; Mayor, term for four years; Collector, term for four years; Marshal/Poli

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-18 23:32:00

Robertsville Man Charged in Stabbing

A Robertsville area man is charged in the alleged stabbing of a man in the neck with a steak knife. Brett J. Devereux, 25, is charged in a felony complaint in the Franklin County Associate Circuit Court with first-degree assault and armed criminal action. He is being held in the Franklin County jail

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-18 23:32:00

Winter Wonderland Parade Entry Open

The Union Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting entries for the Winter Wonderland Parade set for Friday, Dec. 8. This year's theme is "Christmas Traditions." Registration is open to all businesses, organizations and individuals, including Boy and Girl Scouts, cheerleaders, bands, churches, choirs, s

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-18 23:32:31

Mann to Present Senior Musical Recital at CMU

Ethan Mann of Pacific will perform his senior music recital Friday, Dec. 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the Willie Mae Kountz Recital Hall at the Swinney Conservatory of Music on Central Methodist University's Fayette campus. Michael Williams of Knob Noster also will perform. The recital will be a bit different

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-18 23:32:31

DECA Club Buys, Packs Food for Needy Children

Pacific High School DECA club members purchased ingredients and packed boxes for 4,320 meals for children in developing nations. The students raised the money to buy the ingredients and packaging for the Kids Against Hunger Food Pack project sponsored by the Washington Overseas Mission during a duri

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-18 23:32:00

Special Event CUP Back on Plan Board Meeting Agenda

Nathaniel and Jacqueline Phillips hope the third time at the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission is the charm. The Phillipses are once again on the agenda for the plan board. The meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m. at the county government center in Union. The Phillipses should fi

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-18 23:32:00

Turkeys to be handed out Saturday for families in need - KMOV.com

News 4 Investigates: Former police officer sues tow company and winsNews 4 Investigates: Former police officer sues tow company and wins Updated: Friday, November 17 2017 11:58 PM EST2017-11-18 04:58:44 GMT A retired Illinois State Highway Patrol Officer says a St. Louis tow company owes her nearly

KMOV - 2017-11-18 19:01:00

Johnny's Crazy Deals Now Open in Unionn Grand Opening Scheduled

Missourian Staff Writer A new furniture store has opened its doors in Union, at 1550 Denmark Road, at the site of the former Ashley's Furniture store. The 24,000-square-foot shop is owned by United States Navy Veteran Johnny Ihmoud, St. Peters. The Union store is the fourth location to open in fewer

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-18 23:32:31