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Recently, a collaborative of 13 national emergency medical service organizations released a joint statement on lights and siren vehicle operations on emergency medical services response.

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe vs. Wade effectively ends all legal abortions in Texas within the next 30 days, many news media outlets reported.

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Houston Astros pitcher Jake Odorizzi delivers a pitch for the Sugar Land Space Cowboys against the Tacoma Rainiers June 24 at Constellation Field. Odorizzi was on a rehab assignment with the Astros AAA team.

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We are surrounded by artifacts, which become symbols of who we are — wedding ring, ordination ring, photos of your grandchildren, Grandpa’s plow, even scars on your hand where broken bones were wired together. The older you get, the more you want to be reminded of who you are.

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In case you missed it, summer has officially arrived! If the unseasonably warm temperatures and lack of rainfall didn’t have you thinking it was summertime, the calendar confirmed it last week.

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A Flag Day proclamation signing at the recent Kolache Klobase Festival in East Bernard featured, sitting from left (front row) KJT Society No. 40 President Edwin C. Marik, East Bernard Mayor Marvin Holub, State KJT Vice President David Wagner, (back row) Honor Guard Daniel Svec, State Direct…

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State KJT Director Margaret Holik presented 75-year membership pins to Benjamin Michulka and Joseph F. Prochaska. The presentation was made at the May meeting held at Riverside Hall in East Bernard. Pictured from the left are Society No. 40 President Edwin C. Marik, Benjamin Michulka, State …

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The race for the District 24-3A crown needed an extra game in 2022. East Bernard and Danbury tied at 11-1 through 12 district games, but the Brahmarettes took the No. 1 seed after winning a tie-breaking contest. 

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In case you missed it, summer has officially arrived! If the unseasonably warm temperatures and lack of rainfall didn’t have you thinking it was summertime, the calendar confirmed it earlier this week.

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After growing up on a farm without a refrigerator or phone and having to use an outhouse and taking baths in a washtub on the back porch, a very motivated young man from the East Bernard Prairie went on to become a dentist with a clientele in town that loves him.

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Juneteenth National Independence Day is the first new holiday since Martin Luther King Jr. Day was signed into law in 1983.

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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Wharton County Office, will host a soybean, grain sorghum, and cotton turn row meeting on Thursday, June 23.

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The East Bernard Brahmas made it to the postseason and came in third place in the district, helping them earn top honors from the 24-3A coaches. 

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The Sugar Land Space Cowboys earned their first series sweep in the fledgling franchise’s history by taking three games over the weekend from the Las Vegas Aviators (Oakland Athletics).

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One of my agriculture professors at Sam Houston State University had such an impact on me that I still have flashbacks to some of his life lessons, especially with every spring garden.

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Having a third granddaughter in my old, old age has been quite an exciting event, one that I will probably never stop writing about.

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Last week, at a pretrial hearing at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba for Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, a Saudi who is charged with being the mastermind of an attack on the USS Cole in 2000 at which 17 American sailors were killed, the psychologist in charge of interrogating Nashiri described in …

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Living on a farm, as my grandparents did, or on a mini farm in town, as we did in the 1940s, you have a great awareness of animal sounds.

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An Old Fashion Rodeo to benefit the Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg will be held in recognition of Juneteenth on June 19 at the Kendleton Picnic Grounds.

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Gov. Greg Abbott has directed the Texas Education Agency to ensure school facilities are made safer in the wake of the killing of 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary in Uvalde.

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The East Bernard Brahmas have already qualified for state seven-on-seven football, but that didn’t stop them from putting on a dominant showing at the Rice Raider State Qualifying Tournament last Thursday night. 

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Director Tanya N. Garfield of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Disaster Field Operations Center-West reminds small nonfarm businesses in 36 Texas counties of the July 5, 2022, deadline to apply for an SBA federal disaster loan for economic injury.

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The East Bernard Lions Club named its recipients of scholarships to these gradates of East Bernard High School: Samuel Coker, Purdue University in Indiana; Jonah Kubena, Wharton County Junior College; Boone Lee, Wharton County Junior College; Carson Kubicek, University of Texas, Austin.

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The gunman who killed 21 people inside a Uvalde elementary school walked into the unlocked building unopposed, the Department of Public Safety said in a revised statement, as reported by the Austin American-Statesman and other media sources.

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After nine years on the job, redistricting and a last-minute endorsement of his opponent by the governor, state Rep. Phil Stephenson of Wharton has been voted out of office.

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New officers for 2022-2024 were elected at the May 16 meeting of Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court St. Bernadette No. 1108.