Thursday, March 5, 2015
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    There is good news to be shared from Happy Tails Animal Shelter this week. The board members have been working toward erecting a building and kennels for some time now, and though there have been a few snags and setbacks, things are looking up. At a meeting on Feb. 25, the board... + continue reading
Thursday, March 5, 2015
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    Safety comes first at Sun Coast Resources, Inc. Recently, the company that is known for quality fuels and lubricants made a safety awareness video that will be distributed to 1,000 truck drivers’ homes.     The story portrays a truck driver, played by Edna... + continue reading
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
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The Industrial Cobras softball team played at home against the St. Paul Cardinals and won, 9-5. Coach Ted Malek said the girls did a good job, and although they have some things to work on, they did well at working towards a common goal. "To score in every inning, that's the goal,"... + continue reading
Thursday, February 26, 2015
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Edna Cowboy Hunter Green was named the Consolation Champion at the Shiner tennis tournament on Feb. 21. He lost to LaGrange 2-8, beat Shiner 6-3, and beat Industrial 6-0. + continue reading
Thursday, February 26, 2015
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    The Edna Cowgirls lost to the Poth Pirates in Goliad on Feb. 16 in the Bi-District basketball playoffs with a final score of 30-52.     Coach Brett Nidey said the team played hard that night, but their shots were not falling in. "We have seven coming back... + continue reading

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    I sometimes feel like I am drowning in a sea of paper. Everywhere I turn there are pieces of paper that need to be dealt with. That doesn’t come as much of a surprise since I work at a newspaper. But that’s not the paper that is haunting me. It’s all the other... + continue reading
03/05/2015
    The Jackson County Hospital District directors approved a change to the district’s indigent care criteria by increasing the rate to qualify more patients. The board met on Feb. 26 in the hospital’s community meeting room.     The change to the policy... + continue reading

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    The Industrial Cobras (23-13) played the Jarrell Cougars in Bi-District matchup on Feb. 16, but lost with a score of 36-73. Jarrell was out to play that night, and had the upper hand throughout the game.     “Jarrell was a very offensively sound team, and... + continue reading
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    Edna High School hosted a track meet on Feb. 20. The Edna Cowgirls tied with Goliad, they won the flip and took first place, the Industrial Cobras placed 7th. The Edna Cowboys placed 5th, and Industrial placed 2nd.     The Ganado track teams attended a Weimar... + continue reading
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The Industrial Cobras stood up to the Cowboys in a basketball game and won with a final score of 50-34. "My guys are good," Cobra Coach Rusty Roe said proudly. "They play well together, they're a good team, they like each other, they play hard, and they like to get after it.... + continue reading
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The Industrial Cobras softball team played at home against the St. Paul Cardinals and won, 9-5. Coach Ted Malek said the girls did a good job, and although they have some things to work on, they did... + continue reading

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    I sometimes feel like I am drowning in a sea of paper. Everywhere I turn there are pieces of paper that need to be dealt with. That doesn’t come as much of a surprise since I... + continue reading

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Gladys Delia Thormalhen Mills Williams celebrated her 102 birthday on Jan. 17 in Victoria. There were five generations present, ranging from less than one year old to Williams’ 102 years.... + continue reading