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It is no secret that COVID-19 has brought confusion along with concern. This confusion provides opportunities for scammers to target consumers in new, creative ways.

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Raymond Stricklin was hired as an English lecturer by the University of Houston-Victoria School of Arts & Sciences, where he teaches composition. Previously, he worked as a visiting assistant professor at Florida State University, where he received his doctorate in American literature.

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With the recent rains in most areas, the armyworms are among us, again.

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

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Thousands of businesses and independent contractors in the Crossroads who received loans through the federal Paycheck Protection Program will soon embark on the forgiveness process, if they haven’t already.

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Even with looming concerns about kids receiving in-person schooling, back-to-school shopping is still expected to be popular during the Aug. 7 to 9 tax-free weekend.

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Back- to-school season has arrived, but it looks a little different this year. School districts across Texas are trying to figure out how to best serve and protect their students and teachers. Some are starting with virtual learning, while some want to keep classes online through the end of …

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Brooks Sterritt was hired by the University of Houston-Victoria School of Arts & Sciences as an assistant professor of English. He teaches fiction writing at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Before coming to UHV, he was a student at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where…

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