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Federal Grants Totaling $748,000 for County Road Repairs

Colorado County Commissioners, meeting on Monday, Feb. 8, were told that the county had received a grant totaling $748,755 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help pay for repairs to county roads damaged by flooding and heavy rains[ M O R E ]

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- Passing Lane Construction Between Columbus and Altair on Hwy 71

The Texas Transportation Commission has approved $9.1 million for construction of passing lanes on Texas 71 between Columbus and Altair. The money is part of more than $16.7 million in construction contracts for the Yoakum District. The Texas 71 p...

- World Spay Day: Spay, Neuter Pets for Free

According to The Humane Society of the United States, nearly three million cats and dogs are put down in U.S. shelters each year. That means one homeless pet is euthanized about every twelve seconds. Often these animals are the offspring of cheris...

- Local JP Attends Training

The Texas Justice Court Training Center (TJCTC) would like to recognize Judge Billy Hefner from Colorado County for completing the mandated 20 hours of judicial education required of all justices of the peace on Jan. 24-27 in San Antonio. This Justi...

- President’s Day Closings Slated

The following is the holiday schedule for Monday, Feb. 15. The Colorado County offices will be closed Monday, Feb. 15 in observance of President’s Day. The First National Bank, City of Eagle Lake, and the Eagle Lake Post Office will also be closed....

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Floyd "Dexter Calhoun Jr.

Floyd Dexter Calhoun Jr. was born June 29, 1968 to Doris and Floyd Calhoun Sr. in Wharton. He was the oldest son of six children and known to family and friends as “Dexter.” Dexter professed his life to Christ at an early age as a member of Mount Pl...



Local Sports

- Raiders Fall to Cobras 57-34 at Home Friday

The Rice Raider basketball team hosted the Industrial Cobras Friday, February 5 but lost 57-34. Top scorers for the Raiders were Bruno Castillo and Marcus Cooper each with 11 points, and Daniel Cantu with eight points. Cantu led in offensive and de...

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Features

- Focusing on Fibromyalgia

By National Institutes of Health You’ve probably heard of fibromyalgia, but you may not know what it is. Fibromyalgia is a long-term (chronic) pain condition that affects 5 million or more Americans ages 18 and older. For unknown reasons, most peo...

- Lenten Bible Study at Lissie United Methodist Church

Have you ever wondered what Jesus was doing the last week of his life? Was there anything special about his activities? Come to the Lissie Church for a Lenten bible study led by Rev. Stan Warfield on the six Sunday evenings during Lent. He will b...

- Daughters of the American Revolution Honor Good Citizens

John Everett Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution honored the DAR Good Citizens at the February meeting. Susan Glover, Corresponding Secretary, read the history of the DAR Good Citizens award. Each student was presented with a DAR Good Cit...

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