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Community gathers for annual breaking of bread
PETTUS – The recipe for the annual Thanksgiving Dinner here recently was as simple as it was substantial. Bake 150 pounds of turkey, 160 pounds of dressing, 50 pounds of wheat rolls, 400 servings o...
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Family fun explodes on screen for ‘Big Hero 6’
BEEVILLE – Disney has found a lot of success recently with its computer generated family cartoons starting with “Wreck-It Ralph” and continuing with its massive global phenomenon “Frozen.” And it’s...
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Desirae Gonzales helps Moreno White to second victory
ROCKPORT – The Moreno eighth-grade girls basketball white team improved to 2-0 last Monday by holding off Rockport-Fulton on the road. The Lady Trojans won a low-scoring affair, 12-10, despite bein...
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TDCJ confirms incidents at Kenedy, Beeville
BEEVILLE – The Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed this week that two incidents in Coastal Bend prison facilities resulted in the death of one offender and injuries to another. The first in...
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Waiting for an open eagle
Pettus guard Abby Cantu dribbles around the arc as she surveys the court looking for an open teammate during the Eagles’ loss to London last Tuesday night.
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S-T lets lead slip away in loss to KC
SKIDMORE – Karnes City handed the Skidmore-Tynan girls basketball team its sixth loss of the season on Friday evening. The visiting Lady Badgers upended S-T 55-50. “Karnes City is a strong team and...
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Many blessings to share
Thanksgiving takes on a lot of different meanings for different folks this year. First, we give thanks we are not living in Ferguson, Missouri, where rioting, looting and burning have replaced basi...
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Cougars fall in region debut
BEEVILLE – The Coastal Bend women’s basketball team opened Region XIV play with a loss on Saturday afternoon. Panola dumped the Cougars 83-61. “Region XIV is the best women’s basketball region in t...
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Lady Eagles drop home opener
PETTUS – The Pettus girls basketball team dropped its home opener last Tuesday. The visiting London Lady Pirates ran out to a double-digit lead after one en route to a 67-25 victory over the Eagles...
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JV roundup: Beeville starts season 5-1
The Beeville junior varsity girls basketball team is off to a 5-1 start to the 2014-15 season. “I am very impressed on how hard these girls are working in practice, and it has shown in the games,” ...
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Lady Trojans climb to 3-2
BEEVILLE – The Beeville girls basketball team moved back above .500 on Saturday afternoon. The Lady Trojans moved to 3-2 on the season thanks to a 37-34 victory over visiting Refugio at Marion B. H...
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Kenedy takes 2 from Pettus JH
KENEDY – Host Kenedy beat the Pettus girls basketball A team last Monday night. The Lady Lions claimed the victory 16-15 over the visiting Eagles. “I was very happy with our defensive effort,” said...
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A Walmart employee helps a customer load a 50" TV he bought on sale at sunrise on Black Friday in Broomfield
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (Reuters) - Mall crowds were relatively thin early on Black Friday in a sign...
2014-11-28 09:47:53 -0600
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Activists hold hands during a silent protest at a hearing of the United States at the Committee against Torture at the United Nations in Geneva
By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - The U.N. Committee against Torture urged the United State...
2014-11-28 07:56:17 -0600
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By Jim Forsyth AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Police in Austin shot and killed a man who opened fire o...
2014-11-28 08:09:43 -0600
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Sabrina Kelley makes some sale purchases as Patricia Graham helps her at a register on Black Friday at Berkeley Mall in Goldsboro, N.C., Friday, Nov. 28, 2014. (AP Photo/The Goldsboro News-Argus, Melissa Key) MANDATORY CREDIT
NEW YORK (AP) — The kick-off to the holiday shopping season has become a two-day affair with stor...
2014-11-28 10:07:13 -0600
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