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The University of Houston-Victoria is hoping a new economic development initiative coming to Victoria will encourage graduates to pursue entrepreneurship in Victoria instead of taking their talents to larger cities.

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Beth M. Koonce, a certified financial planner professional for KMH Wealth Management, wrote this week about making quarterly payments to estate plans. Stephanie Moreno, the executive director of the South Texas Energy & Economic Roundtable (STEER) wrote about topics STEER recommends watc…

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Taking charge of your personal information is one of the best defenses against identity theft. Personal information can be accessed by would-be impostors through a variety of methods, either digitally or conventionally. While protecting your digital identity has taken the forefront in the co…

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Gonzales was established in 1825 by Green DeWitt, but none of the original buildings remain — in part due to an exodus known as the Runaway Scrape.

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The former Victoria Bank & Trust Company building on Main Street now houses the offices of Workforce Solutions of the Golden Crescent, which are outfitted with cubicles and an upstairs computer lab. But step inside the lobby and you'll still see a colorful 12-by-38-foot mural depicting V…

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My last name was Harsdorff when I went to work at The Advocate in 1970. I looked at the job as a learning opportunity, and my plan was to work there a year or so and then return to teaching.

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Jeff Lenhart, Billy Murphy, Melissa Orr, Susan Orsak and The Zaplac Group of Victoria, and Nicola Hammett of Columbus, sales associates with Coldwell Banker The Ron Brown Company, qualified to join the company’s 2020 International President’s Circle.

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For those of us who thought the global anomalies of 2020 were behind us, 2021 quickly reminded us that strange is the new norm. While families were attempting to get their lives back to COVID-normal, a historic winter storm devastated our great state and overwhelmed our communities. In the m…

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Death, taxes, and our fingers are a few things we can count on. As for the former, taxes will be owed and death is certain. In knowing a tax bill will be due on April 15 annually, we as a general population pay withholding through payroll and Social Security deductions, IRA distributions and…

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