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Formosa Plastics Corporation, Texas made a request to TCEQ through Weston Solutions, Inc. to make major amendments to its storm water discharge permit application previously submitted and declared complete on Sept. 27, 2019 for its Formosa Point Comfort Plant. The requests include zero pla…

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Most business owners don’t like debt. Many will use their own money to buy equipment or fund an expansion. But debt is another tool in the business owner’s toolbox. There are times in business when it makes sense to use a bank’s money and hold onto your own. There also times when it pays to …

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Have you ever wondered about your family history? How and why your ancestors came to America, the hardships they experienced, the heritage and traditions they brought with them? Are you eager to find generations of your family and learn their stories?

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After more than a year of not performing live because of the pandemic, Christa Leigh’s School of Dance hosted a recital with the theme, “Stepping Through Time,” Sunday at the Yorktown Community Hall, according to a news release.

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A luncheon at Victoria Country Club Wednesday kicked off the 40th annual Bluebonnet Youth Ranch Celebrity Golf Tournament that will take place Oct. 10-11. The event, which attracted more than 100 supporters, also served as a platform for an announcement that the ranch is beginning a partners…

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POINT COMFORT — Calhoun port officials on Wednesday approved the issuance of $120 million in bonds to Max Midstream Texas to help refinance the construction of dock and wharf facilities as part of a $1 billion project intended to transform the port into a major oil export center.

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YORKTOWN — Yorktown’s Gruenau Hall was packed with farmers, ranchers, extension specialists and representatives from seed and chemical companies Tuesday afternoon for the county’s annual crop tour.

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It’s been almost four years since Hurricane Harvey tore three giant holes in the roof of Refugio County’s Memorial Hospital, allowing water to pour down through the 20-bed facility and destroy the hospital’s operating room.

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Cuero has a new queen. The Cuero Chamber of Commerce sponsored the Miss Cuero Scholarship Pageant on May 1 at the Cuero ISD Performing Arts Center. Thanks to the many sponsors and volunteers, they were able to crown the new 2021 Miss Cuero Queen, Elizabeth Gonzales, and her court. The queen …

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