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Another week has come and gone, and we're back for another Editorial Board meeting. With the March 4 primary election approaching, we've had a lot of letters endorsing candidates. We do our best to run all endorsement letters before election day, but our guaranteed-to-run cutoff is today at 5 p.m. Please remember that endorsement letters are limited to a maximum of 200 words and should include your name, hometown and phone number so that we can contact you for verification.

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:

· Presidio La Bahia hires new assistant director

· Victoria Commissioners accept bids for airport sewer project

· Spelling champs to compete in county bee

· Victoria Chamber to host conference for transportation, development

· Formerly homeless family finds Port Lavaca a perfect fit

· Pro/Con: Should county-level races be partisan?

· Main Street program to celebrate downtown at annual event

· Wellness Community to break ground in Victoria

· Grand opening celebration kicks off new museum exhibit

· Victoria officials propose new rules for US 77 annexation

· Victoria fire marshal warns about illegal burns