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JULY 24, 2014

Power Plant Water Bid Draws Protest


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Weimar Sales Tax Down 5.60 Percent From Last July

Sales tax payments to the City of Weimar were $46,277, a decrease of 5.60 percent from last July, figures from the State Comptroller show. For the year, payments total $283,755, an increase of 0.90 percent. For July in Colorado County, payments ...

Weimar Hospital Work Progressing

Work on reopening the hospital in Weimar is progressing, a spokesman for the owners of the building said this week. No specific date for the reopening has been set, but key personnel have been hired and agreements for contracts for services have ...

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Drug Dealer Sentenced To Two-Year Jail Term

On July 15, after a two day trial, a Colorado County jury sentenced an Eagle Lake resident to two years State Jail, the maximum term of imprisonment, for selling less than a gram of cocaine. On March 26, 2013, Frank Cantu, 54, of Eagle Lake, sold ...

Two Arrested For Drugs In Fayette

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WCJC Fall Registration Begins

Wharton County Junior College is currently registering for the Fall 2014 semester. Students may register now through Aug. 24 on the web. Walk-in registration may be completed at the Wharton campus, Sugar Land campus, or the Richmond campus now ...

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