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Allegations brought against Riverside VFD
Two members of the Emergency Service District No. 1 board said that numerous complaints over the past three years have been filed against the Riverside Volunteer Fire Department, including allegations that the department falsified documents, misused department equipment and vehicles for personal business and violated emergency medical technician rules and procedures.
Huntsville ISD offers campus facility tours
After presentations on facility deficiencies from trustees, Superintendent Dr. Johnson and various input from citizens, Chris Edwards said he didn’t believe the deficiencies were explained well enough.
“There’s kind of a disconnect,” Edwards said. “What’s the real problem?”
Local Justice of Peace attends seminar
Precinct 4 Judge James F. Mature was certified at the recent 20-hour Justice of the Peace Seminar held Nov. 17-20 in Galveston.
Martial arts studio helps to break cycle of domestic abuse
It has been estimated that every nine seconds, a woman is assaulted or beaten by her intimate partner in the United States. That amounts to nearly 10,000 acts of violence every day, 10,000 reasons why Legacy Martial Arts wants to help break the cycle by literally breaking boards.
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HISD bond forum set Monday
After voters overwhelmingly turned down a $65.5 million bond issue last May, HISD trustees and administrators got the message that taxpayers wanted a downsized facilities upgrade. But communication is essential to the planning process.
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