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Former Jones Creek deputy marshal acquitted Former Jones Creek deputy marshal and attorney Paul LaValle is not guilty of the felony and misdemeanor he was accused of, a Brazoria County jury decided Thursday.
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Mental illness at forefront of BACH luncheon The second annual BACH luncheon had guest speaker Elizabeth McIngvale speak about her past issues with OCD,.
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Texas Navy Day celebration FREEPORT The Texas Navy Day celebration is back at the Freeport Historical Museum for the first time in several years, Museum Manager LeAnn Strahan said.
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Weather conditions should improve over the weekend, officials say Heavy storms produced more rainfall throughout Brazoria County, causing flooding, some road closures and a rising San Bernard River, county officials said.
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Brazoria County News stops publication after 57 years WEST COLUMBIA A sign reading 'We're local!' sits in the window of a small building on Bernard Street in West Columbia. The building, which is home to decades of memories and community news, will be empty after this week.
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Corrections for Sept. 20, 2019 Read full story for latest details.
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Brazoswood High School field house plans almost ready to go out for bids Design plans for the Brazoswood High School field house should be ready to go out for bids within weeks and be ready for use by the start of next school year.
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Brazoria approves tax rate decrease City Council officially adopted their budget and tax rate, dropping the citys property tax rate more than four cents.
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Residents, schools ready to get back to normal after tropical system departs area Area school districts, most businesses and government offices plan to return to normal functions today after the remnants of Tropical Storm Imelda have cleared out of Brazoria County.
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Residents' Imelda experience differs From the coast to River's End, residents felt fear and pride and had fun during and after Tropical Storm Imelda came ashore.
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