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Recently, a Tarrant County Texas court sentenced William “Doc” Gallagher to three life terms, plus another 30 years, after pleading guilty to a Ponzi scheme.

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Regional government entities meet throughout the month, taking care of public business. Below is a list of meetings this week. The meetings are open to the public.

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Beverly C. Scull Tomek is the recipient of the Alpha Delta Kappa, an International Honorary Organization for Women Educators, Texas, District IV, Educator of the Year Award for 2021. Tomek was recognized for her accomplishments as an educator in and outside the classroom. She is an associate…

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The following have filed for new business permits or renewed business permits through the Victoria County Clerk’s office.

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Finally, fall/winter is here. The weather is becoming cooler, and gardeners are slowly migrating back outdoors after record-breaking heat this summer. Now is a perfect time to add a new tree or a grouping of shrubs to the landscape. Or perhaps you have an area in the landscape that needs 're…

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A small forest of fir Christmas trees has cropped up under a white tent on Victoria’s Navarro Street. The aroma of the needled trees drifts through the air, and it takes just a whiff to conjure up images of presents, decorative baubles and ornaments and tree toppers.

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Outside, gray skies and chilly air ruled, but inside the Hilton Garden Inn’s ballroom, shoppers enjoyed the warmth, perusing booths filled with jewelry, clothing, essential oils and other hand crafted goods like windchimes. Others sat in the dining room enjoying a meal among friends, while o…

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The following have filed for new business permits or renewed business permits through the Victoria County Clerk’s office.

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This is part 2 of a two-part article series discussing retiring more successfully. The first part, “Saving for a Successful Retirement,” was published on Nov. 14.

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Regional government entities meet throughout the month, taking care of public business. Below is a list of meetings this week. The meetings are open to the public.

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    The Covid-19 Fan club has professionally made protest signs promoting “Freedom of Choice” signs. Nice touch honoring the 354 Covid-19 deaths.

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