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On Sept. 21, 1897, in New York City, The Sun ran an editorial in answer to a letter from 8-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon. The writer who penned this immortal piece was veteran newsman Francis Pharcellus Church. It has since become the most reprinted newspaper editorial in history. Here, at the …

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Last week, Meridith Byrd, director of community engagement for the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent, and volunteers collected 4,000 pounds of fresh fruit from trees belonging to local families. The week before that, they collected almost 1,000 pounds.

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As we inch closer to 2021, we need to set a serious resolution for us and our readers — we will be more civil in our discussions in the coming year.

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This year has been difficult, but the city of Victoria and Victoria Ballet Theatre, as well as other nonprofit and arts organizations around town in need of creative fundraising, have made the most of the Christmas season by thinking outside of the box.

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This past week, local farmers and ranchers saw inches of rain they desperately needed, but there is more locals can do to help.

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Soon the Victoria school board is expected to propose a bond package that will, if approved by voters, make improvements to many of the district’s campuses.

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Many of us are turning our attention to Christmas now that Thanksgiving has come and gone.

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While the Gabriel Project of the Crossroads, an ecumenical Christian nonprofit, provides young expectant mothers in crisis with emotional, spiritual, material and educational support, a safe place for some of them to stay is much needed.

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The Victoria Symphony Society presented the Victoria Duck Safari fundraiser last Saturday. In the process, the society helped 26 other nonprofit organizations and united the community.

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During a time when our circumstances have made it harder to feel connected with one another, St. Joseph High School has fashioned a unique way for their students to foster connection through a brand-new storytelling class.

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