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ELECTION TIME APPROACHES Early voting starts next Monday, Oct. 20. Locally we have the fewest contested races in the General Election that I can recall. Only two contested; both against incumbent Justices of the Peace judges. Otherwise, the only other two

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EARLY BIRD GETS THE WORM Maybe I’ve said this before but there is a whole other early morning culture that many are not aware of. I’m an early riser and have been since that early cow milking back in the

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LIONS CLUB 75TH CARNIVAL BEGINS I have nothing but praise for the Lions Club members who put on the annual carnival. It’s a lot of work just putting up the rides and booths. They work for weeks. Even though I’m

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PATRIOT DAY–9-11 Patriot Day is an annual observance on September 11, to remember those who were injured or died during the terrorist attacks in the United States in 2001. On the direction of  President Obama, the U.S. Flag should be displayed

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CURRENT NEWS THAT MATTERS Oscar winning actor/comic Robin Williams, 63, was found dead in his Tiburon, California home around noon Monday, Aug. 11. Tiburon is across the Golden Gate Bridge north of San Francisco. His death was a suicide due to

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JUST LIKE WE SAID Last week we couldn’t have predicted any closer what the congress would do with the border refuge problem. At one time Speaker John Boehner had the votes to pass the senate bill that had cut a billion dollars

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MISSING MY FRIEND It’s been a week now since I’ve seen my friend Jonathan Seagull. Every morning for going on a year now I’ve thrown him some vittles. He walks around proudly; head up, shoulders back and when he is eating the

From the Creaux’s Nest – When rain is too much for crop

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Much needed rains came but in some cases, rain is not that good for the crops. Also, timing is everything. Saturday morning I finally found a chance to break away from pressing chores, doctors visits, etc., to visit my friends,

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THINGS COULD BE WORSE Here we go again. The weeks keep flying by. In fact, here we are already in mid-July. In early fall I predicted that it would be a hot summer but much wetter than normal. I’ve been

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THINGS COULD BE WORSE Here we go again. The weeks keep flying by. In fact, here we are already in mid-July. In early fall I predicted that it would be a hot summer but much wetter than normal. I’ve been right

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JULY IS ON A FAST ROLL Congratulations to the Bridge City Historical Society for another great Fourth of July show. It is estimated to have been shared by over 3000 people. The kids had a great time and will carry

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HISTORICAL EVENTS HIGHLIGHTED This week marks the 238th year of our Independence. On July Fourth we celebrate throughout the United States. This year, the Fourth falls on a Friday making for a three-day holiday weekend. Celebrations throughout the country will

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THE RAINS CAME, IT HAS TO HELP Well, we finally got some rain Tuesday and it looks like more might be coming. You can’t bet on South East Texas weather, however. Your neighbor might get a barrel full and you

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IS A STORM IN OUR FUTURE Saturday will mark the official first day of summer. We’ve had a pretty good spring and summer is ready to come on strong. I predicted earlier that despite last year’s hurricane season being mild,

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IT’S COMING ON FATHER’S DAY The news this week, in 2014, covers a variety of subjects. The American public has been worked up by opponents of President Obama against his swap of five Taliban prisoners for Afghanistan hostage U.S. soldier

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WE HONOR OUR WWII VETS Those weather folks on television are more often wrong than right. In all fairness, no one can predict southeast Texas weather for certain. At best, last week they got a D. Every day the forecast

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SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT Last week we ran an untruth in our two publications as did the two papers in Vidor. Together we have a combined circulation of 32,000. Until now many of you were not aware of the false

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FOR THE RECORD Believe me, I would rather not write what I’m getting ready to write but I was forced into it. This publication has never endorsed candidates in local races or favored one over any other. We ask not

Love to Mother’s Everywhere

Throughout my life, Mother’s Day has always been important to me. Mothers not only carry and give birth, but also nurture us through those formative years but when we skin a knee or fall out of a tree Mom will

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56 YEARS OF GIVING For 56 years a community newspaper has been furnished to the citizens of this area at no charge. In most instances it is delivered, wrapped in plastic, to each door. The Record grew up with the

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EASTER COLD WELCOMES HOLY WEEK The annual Easter cold front arrived a few days early or maybe Easter is a few days late. Anyway, my north side temperature gage Tuesday morning showed 40 degrees and strong north winds. I believe