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Texas ranchers and livestock producers have until close of business on Jan. 30 to file an application for payment for financial assistance through the Livestock Forage Disaster Program for grazing losses incurred in 2019 due to drought.

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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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PORT LAVACA – Formosa Plastics Corp. USA President Jaing-Nan “Jason” Lin walked the recently reopened Formosa Wetlands Walkway at Lighthouse Beach on Friday afternoon, stopping to take photos as the sun began to set on Lavaca Bay.

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The Advance Guard-Press and four other Crossroads papers have been bought by a Houston-based media company, the publishers of the Guard-Press announced Thursday.

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“You are going to die here,” Melisa Sparks says a doctor told her after she was hit by a car in 2009, an incident resulting in the amputation of her left leg.

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REFUGIO – “We nominated you the bravest woman in Refugio County for taking on that job,” Angel Kelley said her friends told her when they heard she was taking a job as apartment manager for the Refugio Apartments.

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On March 21, 1965, Martin Luther King Jr. led thousands of people on a 54-mile Voting Rights March from Selma to Montgomery, the state capital of Alabama. They marched for days under the protection of U.S. Army troops and arrived in Montgomery to find 50,000 supporters waiting for them, acco…

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The beginning of the year is a popular time for trade shows, and trade shows are great opportunities for businesses and consumers alike. For businesses, the shows allow you to display your products and meet potential clients face to face. Consumers are given the opportunity to shop around an…

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I’m always leery of new government programs with a fancy acronym for a name that is supposed to simplify my taxes, or anything else. Rarely does the government roll out anything that “simplifies.”

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This is a listing of building permits issued by the city of Victoria from Jan. 9- to 15 for new commercial, commercial remodeling, new residential construction and manufactured homes.

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People in the Eagle Ford Shale region who’ve signed leases with Equinor for the mineral rights beneath their land are now suing the Norwegian-based oil and gas company for what they believe were violations of their lease agreements.

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