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BLOGRAT NERVE HIT
by HellFire
 BLOGRAT NERVE HIT
Apr 28, 2012 | 364 views | 5 5 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink
Re; 14 BLOGS BELOW, RATS TRYING TO HIDE IT.
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HellFire
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April 28, 2012
Yes, well the blograts have seen a new low today, and I'm sure the only high they will have is what they drink, snort or inject.

As for me, I'm off to a surf and turf dinner. I understand the chef has a lobster sauce that is second to none!

HellFire
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April 28, 2012
She's on overload trying to stay on top logging in and out !!! LOL

HellFire
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April 28, 2012
LOL @ the pool LOL!!!
HellFire
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April 28, 2012
Bee-Pic earns community service, other STPA awards

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The Beeville Bee-Picayune won two first places along with many other honors at the South Texas Press Association’s 2012 Better Newspaper Contest.

The awards were presented at STPA’s 86th annual convention held April 19-21 at the St. Anthony Hotel in San Antonio.

The Bee-Picayune again won the coveted first place plaque for continued outstanding community service. In fact, the award now is named in memory of Fred and Joyce Latcham, former owners and parents of Co-Publishers Chip and Jeff Latcham.

Judges from the North and East Texas Press Association said, “One of the most important roles a community newspaper can play is to help promote community and economic development. This project (supporting the Texas Mile’s move here) will reap benefits to local residents and businesses for years to come.”

The project included stories, photos, editorials, special section with advertisements and a video in support of the Texas Mile’s relocation from Goliad County to Bee County’s Chase Field, the former naval air station.

In Division 3, competing against other semiweeklies, the Bee-Pic also earned a first place plaque for Bruce Harper’s sports photos.

“That’ll grab the readers,” said the judges of Harper’s winning photos, including a football opponent grabbing the pants of a Trojan running back.

Jeff Latcham’s editorials earned a second place award.

The judges said his entry about former Beeville Mayor Jesse DeRusse was a “great tribute, well-written, respectful.” On questionable business dealings at City Hall, they added, “Great editorial, informative and stated in print what your readers were saying.”

The Bee-Pic also earned a second place in general excellence, third places for Editor Jason Collins’ news pictures and Collins for photographer of the year, and honorable mentions for reporter/videographer Bill Clough for journalist of the year, community coverage and best advertising.

Read more: mySouTex.com - Bee Pic earns community service other STPA awards
MiddleORoad
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April 28, 2012
Oh look t-d-lw coming out-----LOL

That's a pool in cadiez...