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  ree arrested in deaths of 53 migrants Th ree people were arrested last week by federal authorities in connection with a human smuggling incident that left 53 migrants … more
It is often stated about schools and teams that they recruit. They always seem to have a new player moving into the system. I read Tuesday evening about a player moving from El Paso Chappin to … more
Comptroller releases broadband plan State Comptroller Glenn Hegar last week released his agency’s plan to support the expansion of broadband internet access to areas with limited or no … more
This is an incredibly dry year across much of the US. Last year the weather failed to produce enough snow for adequate run-off on the western slope and the huge lakes on the Colorado River Lake Mead … more
Early runoff voting ends Friday Early voting in the May 24 primary runoff elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s … more
Dear Editor: Greetings to each of you on behalf of Faith Temple Church family, Pastor Arthur C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee Jones Jr., we would like to thank The Silsbee Bee, Silsbee ISD … more
AUSTIN – May is almost here and many Texas consumers are already turning on their air conditioning systems for the long summer season. Regular maintenance of your system will extend its … more
Dear Editor: May is Mental Health Awareness Month. As a volunteer and advocate with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, this month I am asking everyone to join us and demand … more
Early voting underway for May 7 election Early voting began Monday for local elections and two proposed constitutional amendments relating to property tax reductions. Early voting continues … more
Abbott halts border truck inspections Gov. Greg Abbott halted the state’s aggressive truck inspection at all Texas border crossings after days of bipartisan criticism over the extended … more
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