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Welcome back to Wednesday, Victoria Advocate readers. Thanksgiving is little more than a week away and we're looking forward to all the wonderful stories of fun, food and family. We've had another exciting week with plenty of great stories. The Salvation Army is preparing for the annual bell ringing campaign, the state attorney general sided with the Advocate in the Calhoun County freedom of information case, UHV purchased land for an expansion and much more has happened.

Come join the Victoria Advocate Editorial Board in the Victoria Advocate newsroom conference room at 1:30 p.m. every Wednesday to discuss the events of the previous week. If you can't come to the meeting in person, feel free to log on and watch our live webcast and comment in the online chat box. We look forward to seeing you there.

This week's headlines:

· Group brings awareness to homelessness, hunger with event

· Victoria officials support new voting practice

· Salvation Army readies for its busiest time of year with Thanksgiving dinner, bell ringing

· Police: new wreck policy frees up officers

· Building confidence one word at a time

· Attorney General rules that Calhoun County settlement agreement is public

· UHV buys land to begin campus expansion

· Victoria College expansions, Invista topics of economic meeting

· Victoria chief deputy put on administrative leave, search begins for new second-in-command

· Daughter recalls father's legacy, becomes pancreatic cancer ambassador

· Citizens Medical Center's administrator to retire

· UHV academic facility to unite economic agencies across county lines