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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration

Photo courtesy: S. Gee This group celebrated Asian Pacific American Heritage Month today with a delicious lunch at P. King R Chinese Food restaurant in Bellaire, Texas.  As long-time Houston residents, they also shared family experiences of growing up and … Continue reading

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Galveston Weather

The National Weather Service in Galveston has issued a small craft advisory in effect until 10 a.m. Wednesday for Galveston and coastal waters. Inexperienced boaters should stay on land. On Tuesday afternoon, winds were strong and gusty with rough seas for pier fishing, … Continue reading

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Mothers

Thank you for your home-cooked meals, home-made dim sum, walking with us to school,  encouragement to live good lives, to be good people, your love and taking us to church to know God’s love for us, too.  To all mothers, what a … Continue reading

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Things to Do Calendar

May 14th – Happy Mothers’ Day! Celebrate mothers and all they’d done for you. Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico also was established today in 1930. May 20th – Armed Forces Day May 26-27th – Houston Independent School District Spring Graduation … Continue reading

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Harris County May 6, 2017 Election and Dallas Area Mayors Races

http://www.harrisvotes.com/ElectionDayresults.aspx Houston, Texas (Harris County) voters overwhelmingly approved Houston Independent School District Proposition 1 with 24, 181 For Votes (83.85%). There were 4,659 Against Votes (16.15%).  That’s a reversal of last November’s election results on the school district recapture fee.  Harris County … Continue reading

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Beautiful Day in Houston

After a stormy Wednesday night, today was beautiful with clear, sunny skies and cool breezes. On Thursday afternoon, the Gerald D. Hines Waterwall Park in Houston’s Galleria area provided a nice backdrop for photo shoots of families, tourists and a graduating … Continue reading

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Ordained Church Deacon Suspect

Suspect Photo Courtesy: Houston Police Department Houston Texas Police investigators are asking the public for any information and looking for any victim who had contact with 55-year-old Barry Todd Durrell, an ordained church deacon at West Houston Seventh Day Adventist Church at … Continue reading

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