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Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC (TLRPAC) today endorsed Troy Brimage for election in House District 25, which covers Matagorda County and part of Brazoria County.

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A Matagorda County jury convicted a Markham man for hunting a 23-point white-tailed deer on a north county ranch without the owner’s consent Tuesday, Jan. 7.

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It’s the political season and along with all the political signs all over the local landscape comes the forums which allows candidates to reach out to express their platforms to voters in preparation for the coming election. 

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Bay City Council candidates have until Feb. 14 to file for two positions at stake on the council.

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District 27 Congressman Michael Cloud voted against the War Powers Resolution as the House of Representatives sent a message to President Donald Trump over his use of military power in the Middle East.

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As New Year after New Year becomes last year and the year before, we begin to say goodbye more and more often. Those goodbyes are to friends and loved ones, things and places.

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The Bay City High School Swim Team competed in the Coastal Bend Texas Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association Zone Meet Friday and Saturday in Corpus Christi.

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Matagorda County Commissioners approved a contract between the county and the Palacios Area Historical Association (PAHA) through 2021 during Monday’s meeting of Commissioner’s Court.

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The Palacios Sharks were in some tough battles at the Bay City Classic Tournament Friday and Saturday, including their final game that went down to the wire.

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AUSTIN — After the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit declared the individual mandate in “Obamacare” unconstitutional on Dec. 18, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton expressed his agreement.

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According to documents filed through the Public Utility Commission, a major transmission line that would be built in Wharton County and run through Matagorda County has been approved by the PUC.

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The holidays are a time for celebrating, and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts say Texas sparkling wines are a buoyant option for toasting during gatherings or ringing in the New Year with friends and family.   

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Tidehaven and Van Vleck earned their share of honors on the All-District 14-3A Division II football team as selected by the district’s coaches.

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By a vote of 3-1, Matagorda County Commissioners approved entering into a tax abatement with Lodestar Energy Group in what amounts to a 60 percent tax abatement over the next five years.

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The Brazoria-Fort Bend Rail District will work with the relevant agencies to “slow down, stop and pause the effort that we’ve been working on for a railroad,” Director Earl Shipp said Friday, Dec. 20.

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Billie Nell Dillard                     Billie Nell Dillard, 76, most recently of Austin, Texas, but throughout her life from most of Wharton and Matagorta counties due to her love of moving both house and especially furniture, went to her final and perfect home on December 24, 2019 peaceful…

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Glenn CrouchJune 28, 1938 - December 3, 2019                Glenn Crouch 81, of Van Vleck, passed away December 3, 2019. He was born June 28, 1938 in San Antonio, Texas to Robert Lee Crouch and Hazel Keith Crouch.            Glenn retired from the US Navy after 20 years of service.          …

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