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BHS students will perform with all-region bands

Nine members of the Brenham High School Band will be performing next month as members of an all-region band. The students earned spots in the Texas Music Educators Association's Region 27 Band. Tryouts were last weekend, with students from 12 schools in the Cypress-Fairbanks area and four schools in


Harris County begins sediment removal

The Harris County Flood Control District began work on a group of 15 stormwater channel maintenance projects in Precinct 2 that will take about a year to complete. The district is addressing Sims Bayou, San Jacinto and Galveston Bay, San Jacinto River, Carpenters Bayou, Spring Gully and Goose Creek,


Santa, Mrs. Claus pay visit to day care mourning Sutherland Springs victims

LA VERNIA, Texas - Santa and Mrs. Claus paid a visit Friday to a day care center still mourning a teacher and students who died in the Sutherland Springs church shooting. The children at Grandma's House Daycare Center in La Vernia received a present from old St. Nick, who gave them some moments of

CLICK2HOUSTON.COM - 2017-12-16 23:19:53

7 Striking Palm Springs Gardens to Visit

To imagine a boring, sandy desert landscape and label it "Palm Springs" really does the local town a disservice. Not only has Palm Springs become a wonderful travel destination with plenty of style and design, but it is also is a place that can surprise and thrill groups beyond its arid disposition.

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-12-16 12:00:00

Two arrested on cocaine charges in Bloomington

The Bloomington Police vice squad has arrested two people on multiple drug-related counts. Police arrested Lucas Neal, 33, and Nitasha Powell, 34, both of Bloomington, on Wednesday, Dec. 13. Neal and Powell were both arrested on multiple counts of manufacture/delivery of cocaine near a school, publ


Bloomington girl involved in accident asking for one thing: letters/cards from you!

After being hit by a vehicle last week, 8 year old Breana Lucas is back home and resting after being in the hospital for almost a week, according to her Mother. The accident happened last Friday afternoon at the intersection of Taylor and Allin streets. Police initially said the vehicle that hit her


Local groups fund party, gifts for unemployed families

BLOOMINGTON - Hundreds of children blew off some holiday steam while parents took a moment to relax on Saturday at the 35th annual Children's Christmas Party for Unemployed Families. More than 350 kids turned out for the action-packed party at Bloomington High School, which was hosted by the McLean

PANTAGRAPH - 2017-12-17 13:00:00

Impressed by visit to B-N business

I'm from Springfield and own a Mustang convertible and had questions regarding the top and its fit; unfortunately there are limited resources here. In talking to other convertible owners at various car shows and asking classic car owners I would run into, one name kept being repeated: Twin City Upho

PANTAGRAPH - 2017-12-17 12:00:00

Dermatology & Mohs Surgery Institute - Ad from 2017-12-17

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PANTAGRAPH - 2017-12-17 23:59:59

Koehler talks legal marijuana, budgeting ahead of 2018

PEORIA - State Sen. Dave Koehler (D-Peoria) joined Central Illinois On the Record to discuss the possibility of legalizing marijuana in Illinois. Republican State Sen. Jason Barickman, of Bloomington, spoke to CIOTR last week about his support for the idea. Koehler also discussed the need for a bala

CENTRAL ILLINOIS PROUD - 2017-12-17 13:55:01

Hundreds of kids enjoy a Christmas party and gifts

There is nothing more fun during the holidays than making your lists, checking them twice and hoping that Santa brings you what you asked for. This is a hope for kids no matter their parents' financial state. In order to make every child's Christmas a special one, Bloomington High School held its 35

WEEK.COM - 2017-12-17 05:00:00

Final prep football standings 2017

x-Normal Community (10-1);8;0;1.000 Danville (8-3);6;2;.750 Normal West (8-3);6;2;.750 Peoria Notre Dame (6-4);6;2;.750 Peoria High (6-4);5;3;.625 Peoria Richwoods (7-5);5;3;.625 Bloomington (4-5);3;5;.375 Champaign Centennial (2-7);2;6;.250 Champaign Central (2-7);2;6;.250 Urbana (1-8);1;7;.125 Peo

PANTAGRAPH - 2017-12-17 11:45:00

At San Jose State, building a 'rich uncle' network person by person

SAN JOSE - Most days, Juan Rocha pulls away from his home 50 miles to the south in Watsonville around 6 a.m. and points his car toward San Jose State University. "Strawberry fields, that's it," he said, of the landscape that surrounds him as the sun creeps up. It's a long, solitary slog to the gleam

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS - 2017-12-17 20:00:59

Officials Investigate Fire That Scorched San Jose Cafe

SAN JOSE, CA -- Firefighters knocked down a two-alarm blaze Sunday morning at a cafe in San Jose, fire officials said. According to San Jose fire Captain Keith Woeste, the fire was reported at 5:16 a.m. at a cafe inside a strip mall at the corner of North Capitol Avenue and Barryessa Road. The blaz

PATCH - 2017-12-17 15:31:25

Spike in deaths for San Jose's homeless population

SAN JOSE, Calif. (Jesse Gary/KTVU) - City leaders in San Jose say there's been a spike in deaths among homeless residents. Officials aren't sure if the recent spike correlates to more homeless or if it's something else. The names etched in stone at the Boccardo Reception Center in San Jose represent


Buddy's Cannabis Shop in San Jose is First in the State Licensed to Sell Marijuana

One of California's first licenses to sell recreational marijuana was awarded to Buddy's Cannabis in San Jose. It currently operates as a marijuana collective but come January 1st, anyone 21 and older will be able to stroll in and buy pot. "It's super exciting, honestly it's a milestone at this poin

NBC BAY AREA - 2017-12-16 07:17:13

Around Town: Bicycle Express, a downtown San Jose gem, turning 30

When I heard that Bicycle Express, the beloved, family-owned bike shop near San Jose State, would be celebrating its 30th anniversary next month, my first thought was that it had to be off by a decade or two. When I was at SJSU in the early '90s, the shop already felt like an institution that had be

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS - 2017-12-16 15:00:01

San Jose: Pedestrian killed in collision with light-rail train

SAN JOSE - For the second time in as many days, a man was struck and killed by a light-rail train Thursday in San Jose, authorities said. The Alum Rock-bound train hit the man shortly before 5:30 p.m. near North First Street and Component Drive, said Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority spoke


San Jose school board member charged with campaign fund theft

SAN JOSE - In a case described as "textbook corruption," longtime Franklin-McKinley School District schools trustee John Lindner has been charged with stealing nearly $30,000 in bond campaign funds that prosecutors say he spent on travel and personal expenses. Lindner, 55, turned himself in to autho


Downtown San Jose's Fairmont Hotel to be sold for $250 million

SAN JOSE - Downtown San Jose's Fairmont Hotel is slated to sell for $250 million during 2018, according to one of the principal owners of the iconic building. The 805-room hotel tower is expected to be bought by Eagle Canyon Capital, a San Ramon-based firm, said Lewis Wolff, a principal executive wi