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- New Principal For Primary School, Outgoing Rice School Board Members Recognized

The Rice CISD School board of directors met in a regular meeting on Monday, April 20. An administrator contract was approved for Kim Etheridge. Ms. Etheridge is a native of Eagle Lake and a graduate of Rice High school. She has been teaching i...

- Lady Raiders Softball Headed To Playoffs

The Lady Raiders are 18-11 overall as of Monday, April 27. They have advanced to playoffs and will play in the bi-district softball game against Poth Pirettes on Thursday, April 30 at Shiner Starplex. Game time will be 7 p.m. On Tuesday, April 2...

- Kolkhorst Passes Four Bills To Improve Public Schools

Thursday, April 23, Senator Lois W. Kolkhorst passed Senate Bills 925, 934, 935 and 972 on the Senate floor, a legislative package to improve public schools in Texas. Under the proposal, the Texas Education Commissioner will develop literacy and ma...

- CR 79 Lawsuit Settlement Still Ongoing With Commissioners

Colorado County officials are still attempting to reach a settlement of a lawsuit filed in a dispute over an attempt to close a portion of County Road 79, south of Eagle Lake. County Judge Ty Prause gave that assessment on Monday, April 27. “We’re...

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New Principal For Primary School, Outgoing Rice School Board Members Recognized

The Rice CISD School board of directors met in a regular meeting on Monday, April 20. An administrator contract was approved for Kim Etheridge. Ms. Etheridge is a native of Eagle Lake and a graduate of Rice High school. She has been teaching i...



Local Sports

- Raider Baseball Team Wins Over Hallettsville, Falls To Tidehaven

The Rice Raiders were 4-17 overall and 1-9 in district this season. On Tuesday, April 21, Rice lost 7-2 against Tidehaven. Rice 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 Tidehaven 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 7 Batting: Zach Wigginton 1-3; Jalen Parsons 1-2; Zachary Gasca...

- Rice Tennis Team Places Fourth At Regionals

Rice boys doubles team of Glenn Bozant and Jacob Gonzales placed fourth at the Regional Tournament in San Marcos. They won their first match against Stockdale (7-5, 4-6, 6-2). Bozant and Gonzales also won their second match against George West (6-4...

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Features

- Genealogy Presentation At Nesbitt Library May 2

Historian Harold J. Weiss, Jr. will return to Nesbitt Memorial Library Thursday, April 23, to give a presentation entitled “20th Century Texas Rangers: Frank Hamer and M.T. ‘Lone Wolf’ Gonzaullas.” Weiss will discuss two historically infamous Texas...

- ‘Drink. Drive. Go to Jail. De Veras’ DUI Awareness Campaign To Start

Impaired driving continues to be a significant problem in Texas and responding to this challenge requires an effective plan to communicate with all Texans. In 2014, young Hispanic males comprised 49 percent of all statewide male drivers, ages 17-34...

- City Asking Residents To Spray Yards, Get Rid Of Standing Water For Mosquitoes

City Manager Sylvia Rucka is asking citizens to please spray their back yards, side yards and flower beds to fight the mosquito problem in the city. With recent rains, the city has gotten many complaints about mosquitoes. “We fog the streets and...

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