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Coronavirus outbreak at Houston-area nursing home kills 17 residents The news comes as Texas resumes limited visitations in nursing homes and assisted-living facilities that meet certain requirements.
Texas universities have started shedding jobs and are bracing for a serious financial hit It's impossible to foretell the coronavirus pandemic's full financial impact on state universities, public and private, but some have already faced millions in lost revenue and unexpected costs. Things will only get worse.
With school reopening, Gov. Greg Abbott sets off another debate over whether local or state officials are in control Abbott’s decision to curb the role of local health authorities in school reopening decisions has added to the ongoing conflict between him and local governments during the pandemic, with mayors and judges voicing frustration over having their hands tied by the state’s response.


David Gomez made his name known on the field in his senior year, earning District 13 first-team kicker honors on the gridiron and was named District 25's co-MVP goalkeeper for the Tiger soccer team that made it to the third round.

News Bits for Aug. 13, 2020 Fried chicken dinnerThe Sealy Knights of Columbus will hold a friend chicken breast dinner on Friday, Aug. 14, at the KC Hall, 1390 Hwy. 90 West, Sealy. Serving from 5:30-7:30 p.m. for pick …
News bits for Aug. 6, 2020 The Remnant Rising, Sales tax holiday, Fried chicken dinner, Barbecue chicken dinner and Rainwater harvesting
July 30, 2020 News bits Community picnic, Sales tax holiday and Rainwater harvesting.
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