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Tag: Trishna Buch

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A Chocolate-y Life

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On Oct 4, 2017
Do you remember the movie Forrest Gump? The one starring Tom Hanks? Now, I’ve never seen that movie so I can’t tell you anything that happened it in. But, even without seeing the movie, I’m very well aware of its most infamous line “life was like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get”.

A Journey to Wisdom

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On Oct 3, 2017

By Trishna Buch Not only does the Texas City Independent School District’s Foundation For The Future provide funds to programs that have been underfunded or not funded by the district budget, but it

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The Post is all about community. That is what we seek to promote with every article we write, every ad we include and every issue we publish. But what exactly makes up a community? To me, a community is the people within it / El Post es todo acerca de la comunidad. Eso es lo que buscamos promover con cada artículo que escribimos, cada anuncio que incluimos y cada edición que publicamos. Pero, ¿qué es exactamente lo que constituye una comunidad?

Speeding-Just Don’t

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On Sep 27, 2017

Let’s talk about speed limits shall we? Speed limits are great! They keep us safe on the roads and ensure that none of us are driving like they do in the Fast and Furious movies. I mean I’ve never

A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS

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On Sep 27, 2017

If the name Doyle sounds familiar to you, that is because he is a member of the well-known Doyle family of Texas City. His father is former Texas City mayor, Chuck Doyle and one of his brothers is cur

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If Matranga’s name sounds familiar, this is because his father is Anthony Matranga—mayor of Hitchcock and grandson to Tony Matranga former Commissioner and First Marshall of Hitchcock.  When I spoke to him, Matranga told me he was born in Texas City and grew up in La Marque and Hitchcock. “My parents are divorced, so I split my time between the two cities,” he told me. After graduating from La Marque High School in 1995, Matranga told me he decided he did not want to go to college. “I wanted to immediately go out and get a job, so my father had a master plan.”

POWERFUL SAFETY

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On Sep 18, 2017

Now that Hurricane Harvey is behind us, a lot of families are on the road to recovery. The hurricane caused massive amounts of floodwater to fill the streets and seep into the homes and businesses of

HERE’s THE REAL DEAL

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On Sep 18, 2017

When it comes to disasters—both natural and manmade—these really show what people are truly like. Hurricane Harvey has brought out the best in people; with individuals volunteering their time to h

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