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Friendswood Falls to Clear Springs

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The Clear Springs Lady Chargers rallied after dropping the first game in a road match against Friendswood to defeat the Lady Mustangs, 23-25, 25-12, 25-17, 25-17 in a District 24-6A match. The Lady Chargers were led by Kylie Jedlicka with 17 kills. Sarah Redding led Friendswood with 16 kills. Jordan …

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P&Z to Look at Home Businesses

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Changes to the city’s ordinances on home-based businesses is among agenda items for the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission. City Council recently referred the item to the commission after considering relaxing rules governing home-based businesses. Changes discussed during the council meeting included allowing a limited quantity of stock to be …

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FHS to Host Marching Contest

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Fourteen area high school marching bands will all be part of Friendswood High School’s Mighty Mustang Band’s fifth annual Marching Band Competition on Saturday, September 27, at the Henry Winston Stadium. “The Friendswood Marching Festival will provide an early season educational event that helps the bands prepare for the contest …

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Pearland Pounds Pasadena

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There was no question as to the outcome of this District 22-6A contest as the No. 2 area-ranked Pearland Oilers pounded the Pasadena Eagles on the ground and through the air for a 69-0 win. Before you might accuse the Oilers of running up the score, it should be noted …

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Dawson flies past Sam Rayburn 70-0

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When the dust had settled at Pasadena Veterans Stadium, the final score on the scoreboard had Dawson beating the Sam Rayburn Texans 70-0. The score was quickly turned off when the final seconds ticked off the scoreboard. But there was not doubt as to who won the game. The entire …

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AISD Begins Attendance Boundary Adjustments

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In anticipation of the new Manvel Junior High School opening to students next school year and the new Shadow Creek High School opening for the 2016-2017 school year, the Alvin Independent School District (AISD) has begun the process of realigning attendance boundaries in an effort to optimize school facility usage …

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Manvel Fire Fighters Recognized

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In conjunction with Fire Prevention Week, which runs October 5 – 11, Manvel Mayor Delores Martin recognized three volunteer fire fighters that have served the Manvel community for a combined 130 years. Shown in the photo with Mayor Martin from the left are Steve DelBello, department chief, 46 years of …

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City Finance Director Under Fire

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Manvel city council approved an audit of the city’s finances for the fiscal year 2012-2013 at its meeting this week. The audit is significantly late in being completed and recently held back the city’s ability to secure financing for the Hwy 6 infrastructure project. Fortunately the city has sufficient capital …

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Ivy District Clears City Council

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A somewhat controversial mixed use proposal took a stop forward Monday night after receiving a hard won zoning approval from Pearland City Council Monday night. American Modern Green on Monday proposed increasing the office of its Ivy District mixed use project by 10 percent to 200,000 square feet and lowering …

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Prescription Drug Take Back Day

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On September 27th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Brazoria County Prescription Drug Task Force, of Brazoria County Community Coalition (BCCC) will participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day in Pearland. The Take Back is hosted in collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Brazoria County Precinct 3 …