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Ike firm free to sue city

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On Apr 7, 2015
Island loses major part of contracts lawsuit appeal By Ian White THE CITY of Galveston has lost an appeal in which it sought to overturn a district court’s denial of its plea for immunity from a breach-of-contract claim by the company appointed to run its Hurricane Ike recovery program. But the appeal court’s decision includes […]

Picture courtesy Neal Mora, Texas City PD From left, Texas City mayor Matthew Doyle, detective Paul Edinburgh, captain Joe Stanton, chief Robert Burby, sergeants Jess Colwell and David Fairchild and c

NEARLY 200 runners hit the road at Moody Gardens on Saturday for this year’s Out Run Hunger 5k and 10k races, which raises funds for Galveston County Food Bank. According to the food bank, the event

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Last chance to bag a tom

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On Apr 7, 2015
A peek at what to expect in a new column starting in The Post today By Travis Gumphrey FOLLOWING The Post’s  recent report on the Texas turkey hunting season, the Texas parks and wildlife department released regulation changes for east Texas turkey hunters on March 26. The TPW commission approved closing the spring eastern turkey […]

Your own page turner

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On Apr 7, 2015

Inspirations Frances Durisseau Everybody has gone through something that has changed them in a way that they could never go back to the person they once were. Life has so many different chapters. One

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