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Wranglerettes Raise $13,597.20 for St. Jude’s

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​The Wranglerettes at Friendswood High School were surprised to see a representative from St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital in the audience at one of their major competitions recently. The representative watched three hours of performances and then had more good news to give them. ​Not only were the FHS girls …

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Friendswood Rips Texas City 69-49

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It appears that District 24-4A is going to be another race to the final game if Friendswood’s win over Texas City is any indication. Texas City nipped defending district champion Dawson 83-82 just a few nights before the Stings traveled to face the Mustangs. But the outcome was quite different …

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ACC Teams Gear Up for 2014 Season

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After coming close to making a trip to the NJCAA World Series, the Alvin Community College baseball team is looking to take that extra step in the 2014 season. The ACC softball team will have a new coach and plans to build on experience gained from a disappointing season. The …

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Shelter Cares for Remaining Dogs in Cold Snap

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Only about 20 dogs remain in the former Manvel animal shelter that has relied on volunteers and other rescue organizations since it’s unexpected closing, and volunteers say they are taking measures to protect them against the cold weather. Kemah-based nonprofit Triumphant Tails, area veterinarians and volunteers took over the care …

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Manvel EMS to Sponsor CERT Training

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Beginning January 9, the Homeland Preparedness Project will conduct an eight-week class in emergency response training at the Manvel EMS station on Masters Road. The program consists of 24 hours of initial training and is free to participants. A program certified by FEMA and gaining national importance known as CERT …

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Evening of Big Band Music

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Jazz and swing dance enthusiasts will get their chance on the dance floor during the Alvin Community College Big Band Concert on February 8. The 15th Annual Evening of Big Band Music by the Kurland Street Band will begin playing the first notes at 7 p.m. and last dance will …

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Bruce Clayton Lyle

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Bruce Clayton Lyle, 81, of Pearland, passed away on Thursday, December 26, 2013. He is preceded in death by his parents, John and Valma Lyle. Bruce is survived by his loving wife of 22 years, Sandra Lyle; brother, Bill Lyle and wife, Marsha; sister, Gwen Braxton; and a host of …

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Nancy Elizabeth Goodwin

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Nancy Elizabeth Goodwin, 61, of League City, Texas, passed away on Friday, December 27, 2013. She is preceded in death by her father Adlai Schmidt. Nancy is survived by her mother, Esther E. Schmidt; brother, Michael Schmidt and his wife Doreen; nephew, Michael Schmidt Jr. and his wife Angie; niece, …

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Cynthia Lynn White

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Cynthia Lynn White, 59, passed away on Tuesday, December 31, 2013. She is survived by her parents, Robert and Katheryn Jack; her loving husband of 35 years, Ronnie White; son, Joshua Paul White; daughter, Michelle Beck and husband, Jared; brothers, Gary Jack, Darrell Jack and wife, Rachel; granddaughters, Malayna, Tori, …

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Friendswood & Dawson Girls Compete for Title

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Most of the top volleyball honors for 24-4A went to the Pearland Dawson and Friendswood players as both teams tied for the district championship while Friendswood went on to win the 4A Region III crown and advanced to the 4A state volleyball tournament for the second straight year. Dawson and Friendswood traveled through the …