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Plastic pollution is choking our oceans, trickling into our local rivers, lakes and streams, poisoning wildlife — and all of us. The United Nations estimates that by the year 2050, we will have more plastic debris in our oceans than fish. The restaurant industry and the European Union is fighting back by starting to ban plastic straws. And now the sailing industry is joining in the fight.
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Students from Galveston College’s Quickstart Electrical Helper training program completed their training earlier this month. The program is funded by a Texas Workforce Commission grant and is taught

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On May 8, 2018

23 students from La Marque High School were recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society Chapter 1994. These inducted students have shown excellence in their academics, including having

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Texas City High School and La Marque High School students, who were in the top five percent of their graduating class, were recently honored by the Texas City Independent School District’s Foundation For The Future at the 23rd Annual Principals Honors Breakfast. –Photo Courtesy TCISD
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“While it’s true that breast cancer treatment has come a long way in recent years, this should in no way deter a woman from participating in the benefits of annual mammography,” said Solis Mammography CEO James Polfreman. “The fact is that cell growth replicates at a faster rate in younger tissue. So, the younger you […]
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