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Oilers Crowned Region Champs

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For the fourth time since 2001, the Pearland Oilers captured the Class 5A Region III Div. I championship and will advance to the 5A Div. I state semifinals against the San Antonio Madison Mavericks at Waco ISD Stadium on Saturday, December 14 at 3:00 p.m. The Oilers won region titles …

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Tree Covered in Wishes at Hope Village

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There is a special Christmas tree at Hope Village Café and Gift Shop in Friendswood this holiday season. Hope Village Residents Donny and Margaret are showing off the Angel Tree that has the wishes and needs of the residents on the cards attached to the tree. Café and Gift Shop …

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Students Accept ‘Rachel’s Challenge’

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Berry Miller Junior High students (from left) Taylor Do, Martina Macias and Olivia Ramos sign a Rachel’s Challenge poster Nov. 4, agreeing to make a difference at their school through acts of kindness. Berry Miller students participated in the school presentation Nov. 1, which was based on the life and …

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South Park Funeral Home Donates Trees to Schools

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South Park Funeral Home park superintendent John Reyna (left) and staff member Jesse Ortiz spread holiday cheer by delivering a Christmas tree to Pearland Junior High West on Dec. 6. Tree stands were provided by Pearland Lumber-ACE Hardware. For the past 16 years, South Park has donated Christmas trees to …

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Carleston Elementary Music Class Features Accordion

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Carleston Elementary students try their hands at playing a holiday tune on the accordion during music class Nov. 13. Carleston music teacher Brian Berlin has been teaching students the fundamentals of playing the “squeezebox.” Berlin’s accordion program emphasizes knowledge of the piano keyboard, music theory and music appreciation — fostering …

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FJH Choir Spreads Holiday Cheer

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The Friendswood Junior High Choir has been busy spreading the holiday cheer for all to hear. The seventh and eighth grade women traveled to three Friendswood assisted living facilities this past Saturday to sing favorite holiday songs with the residents. “It was a beautiful experience to share across three generations …

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Arbor Day in Pearland

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The first Arbor Day, founded by J. Sterling Morton, was celebrated in 1872 in Nebraska City, Nebraska, with an estimated 1 million trees planted on that day. Arbor Day celebrates the importance of trees as an integral component of the natural landscape because of their prevention of erosion and the …

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Students’ Necklaces to Benefit Habitat for Humanity

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Alexander Middle School’s Jayce Morgan creates home-themed jewelry on “shrinky-dink” plastic. Students in Beth Llope’s art class will donate the finished necklaces to be sold in the Greater Houston Habitat for Humanity “Restore” to benefit local families in need.

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Teen Left in Empty Home After Accident

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The discovery of a wounded teenager left in the attic of an empty Friendswood home is part of an investigation of a Nov. 23 accident on Friendswood Drive, according to Friendswood Police reports. It was shortly before 2 a.m. when police arrived at the accident to find a dark blue …

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Wranglerettes raise more than $10,000 for St Jude

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The Friendswood High School Wranglerettes will help to KICK CANCER at the Annual St. Jude’s GIVE THANKS Walk on November 23rd in Houston. After attending the GIVE THANKS Walk Kick-Off party on October 2nd at BBVA Compass Plaza, the Wranglerette’s director, Ashley Marmaro, the Social Officers, and volunteer, Lisa Prendergrast, were …