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The aftermath of a fire that destroyed Taylor Bros. Funeral Home in Bay City on Friday.

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Flames burn through the roof of Taylor Bros. Funeral Home in Bay City on Friday. The building was destroyed.

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Flames burn through the roof of Taylor Bros. Funeral Home in Bay City on Friday.

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Taylor Bros. Funeral Home, 2313 Ave. I., in Bay City after a fire destroyed the facility on Friday.

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A photo of the Taylor Bros. Funeral Home, 2313 Ave. I., in Bay City after a fire destroyed the facility on Friday.

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Taylor Bros. Funeral Home, 2313 Ave. I., in Bay City was destroyed by fire destroyed Friday.

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The Taylor Bros. Funeral Home, 2313 Avenue I., in Bay City was destroyed by fire Friday.

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The Crossroads Cruisers Car Club held their Fathers’ Night Out Car Show and raised money to benefit non-profit organizations. The club donated $1,000 to the Gabriel Project. Pictured are, from left, sponsor and honorary club member Gary Moses, Barbara Williams, president of the Gabriel Proje…

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Volunteers pile bulky debris along a fence for pickup Nov. 14, 2020, during the Southside neighborhood cleanup hosted by the City of Victoria.

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A doe roams Riverside Park. The Texas Parks & Wildlife department recommends that participants in an upcoming youth hunting program each be allowed to harvest three does and one buck based on current population management needs.

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State Board of Education member Ruben Cortez Jr. and VISD superintendent Quintin Shepherd stand outside Stroman Middle School as they discuss why the school is closed.

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State Board of Education member Ruben Cortez Jr. observes an active learning exercise at O'Connor Ace Elementary School.

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State Board of Education member Ruben Cortez Jr. participates in a STEM learning activity with a kindergarten class at Smith STEM Academy on Tuesday.

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Santa waves to spectators during the Lighted Christmas Parade hosted by Victoria Parks & Recreation in 2015 in downtown Victoria.

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Victoria Fire Department employees wave to residents during the Lighted Christmas Parade hosted by Victoria Parks & Recreation in 2011 in downtown Victoria.

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Linda Hartman, left, and Brynn Lee helps master gardener Cliff Knezek fix a plate of food during his 100th birthday celebration Tuesday at the Victoria Educational Garden.

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Matt Bochat raises a toast to master gardener Cliff Knezek during his 100th birthday celebration Tuesday at the Victoria Educational Garden.

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Master gardener Cliff Knezek smiles during his 100th birthday celebration Tuesday at the Victoria Educational Garden.

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Master gardener Cliff Knezek waves to the crowd of guest during his 100th birthday celebration Tuesday at the Victoria Educational Gardens.

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Master gardener Cliff Knezek takes a sip of champagne during his 100th birthday celebration Tuesday at the Victoria Educational Garden.

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Master gardener Cliff Knezek donated the Butterfly Haven in honor of the Victoria County Master Gardener Association. He was treated to a party in honor of his 100th birthday Tuesday at the Victoria Educational Garden.

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Gene Evans and Carolyn Pritchard pose for a photo at a Torchbearer Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting Wednesday.

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Halloween decorations, or ghosts of droughts past? Deer populations and the number of mature bucks in the herd are influenced more by fawn crops from five or more past years than from last year’s conditions.

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The Shiner girls cross country team scored 72 points to win its second straight Region IV-2A team title at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Dugan Stadium to advance to the Class 2A state meet at Old Settler’s Park in Round Rock on Nov. 6.

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Scene from "Steel Magnolias." From left, Josh Kaspar, M’Lynn; Christine Presley, Ouiser; Meredith Hairell, Clairee; Jodi Adamek, Annelle; Angela Berkovsky, Truvy.

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In this Aug. 23 photo, a student listens to the teacher’s instructions at iPrep Academy on the first day of school in Miami. Tumbling COVID-19 case counts have some schools around the U.S. considering relaxing their mask rules, but deaths nationally have been ticking up over the past few wee…

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In 2020, top duck sponsor Kelly Kucera, left, and Gary Moses announce the top 10 ducks to cross the finish line at the Duck Safari at Pebble Beach in Riverside Park.

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In 2019, the Salvation Army Angel Tree distribution supplied gifts donated by community members to children in the Victoria area.

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Scare on the Square is one of Goliad's biggest and most popular annual events. 

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Scare on the Square in downtown Goliad is a festive good time for all.

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Scare on the Square in downtown Goliad provides fun for the whole family. 

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Scare on the Square in downtown Goliad is expected to attract 600 to 700 attendees this year. 

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Stilt walkers, including one that bounces on springs, will entertain the audience at Scare on the Square in downtown Goliad this year. 

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The Shiner girls cross country team, seen here at the Weimar Invitational, scored 72 points to win its second straight Region IV-2A team title at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Dugan Stadium to advance to the Class 2A state meet at Old Settler’s Park in Round Rock on Nov. 6. From left, Riley…

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The Victoria Fire U11 girls soccer team played a double in Austin on Oct. 17, losing 2-0 to Westlake FC and winning 3-2 over Lonestar FC Black with goals from I. Aguilar and A. Pous, with an assist from E. Davila.

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