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- Retail Recruiting Begins Immediately

The Eagle Lake City Council met on Tuesday, July 11 to hear a presentation by Aaron Farmer of the Retail Coach regarding progress of getting more retail businesses in Eagle Lake. “As of today we are two months into the project and I wanted to give y...

- Eagle Lake Sales Tax Payments Up 3.32 Percent For The Year

Sales tax payments to the City of Eagle Lake in July were $21,016, a decrease of 1.02 percent from last July, figures from the State Comptroller show. For the year, payments totaled $159,052, an increase of 3.32 percent. For July in Colorado County,...

- Johnny’s Sport Shop Celebrates A Legacy In Eagle Lake

For half a century Johnny’s Sport Shop has been a sporting goods staple for Eagle Lake. Former owner/operator, Johnny Meitzen, along with his wife Pat, built a legacy when they opened a gas station next to the current location of the store in 1962....

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Martha Sosa

Martha Sosa, 92, of Eagle Lake passed away July 12, 2017 in Rosenberg. She was born September 7, 1924 in San Antonio to Hilario and Elizabeth Diaz. Martha was a homemaker and was of the Baptist faith. She is preceded in death by her parents, Hilario...





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- Wintermann Summer Reading Comes To An End

The Summer Reading Program at the Wintermann Library came to an end on Wednesday, July 12 with a Pizza Party provided for all those who were signed up for the program. There were 77 students and 35 adults present at the party. Participants were...

- Eagle Lake Remembers by Sandra C. Thomas

The old “Band Stand” was being washed down. The grass along the City Park at the square was being cut, and the bushes were trimmed. A touch of fresh paint was applied along the lattice-work, as a few big drops rolled to the ground. Volunteers s...

- Letter To The Editor

Dear Editor: Sometimes I wonder why my husband and I moved to a small town. Neither one of us were from a small town. We don’t have family in this small town. There isn’t a Mega-plex Movie Theatre or a Shopping Mall. Most entertainment ca...

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