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There’s not much glory in vomit, but when you live by the motto “We’re There Because We Care,” it happens.

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Louise ISD students would have the option of eating free lunches and breakfasts at school, should district leaders opt to enroll in a federal reimbursement program for the upcoming school year.

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More than 200 visitors came out Thursday for the grand reopening of the Wharton County Historical Museum and the 20th Century Technology Museum, a building destroyed by Hurricane Harvey nearly four years ago.

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Facility renovations, contract renewals and honoring student achievements were the top priorities for the El Campo ISD school board at its final meeting of the 2020-2021 school year.

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The case against the Wharton man accused of firing two shots into the windshield of a pursuing El Campo police cruiser last week is headed to the Wharton County Grand Jury.

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Retreating from the summer heat, El Campoans flocked to the city’s Aquatic Center, 2613 Blossom Meyer, Thursday, with Joshua Johnson, left, racing his friends to cross the floating obstacle course first and mother and son Melanie Mahurin, right, and Rydon, center, enjoying the pool at a calm…

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Student and employee dress codes, new hires and a new parking lot will be among the top considerations for El Campo ISD trustees at their Tuesday meeting.

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An El Campo Marine Corps recruit will begin training to serve his country next month after spending years serving his local community as a church volunteer.

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For the first meeting of the summer, the Louise ISD school board will discuss coronavirus funding, a new district parking policy and more.

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Two shots fired through the windshield of an El Campo police cruiser narrowly missed the officer behind the wheel during a chase Sunday evening.

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El Campo and Wharton chambers of commerce are hosting a small business informational session at 6 p.m. today for local entrepreneurs seeking help navigating challenges during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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A deceased Wharton County Sheriff’s Office Deputy was honored Tuesday by a group of volunteers on a mission to commemorate officers who died in the line of duty.

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Biennial city commission appointments and a request to expand a local subdivision are among the items the El Campo City Council will tackle at its Monday meeting.

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El Campo’s planning and zoning commission will consider a rezoning request for a project that aims to bring more single-family residential housing to the west side of town.

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For the first time since Hurricane Harvey devastated the area in August 2017, the Wharton County Museum and the 20th Century Technology Museum will open to the public on June 17 with a grand reopening ceremony.

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Hurricanes pose significant challenges. Some are considerably less difficult when business owners and families prepare for hurricane season in advance.

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High School graduation is a night most students will never forget, and the 2021 Project Graduation celebration made May 21 even more memorable for Louise seniors.

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The prosecution of two alleged killers, a Simonton man whose passenger was killed during a police chase and a Wharton teen who allegedly participated in a deadly robbery, moved forward in Wharton County’s 329th District Court last week.

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The self-styled “Mosquito Assassins” of El Campo’s Public Works are making their rounds nightly, killing as many of the biting bugs as the deadly spray can reach.

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The COVID-19 pandemic prompted the El Campo Rotary Club to modify, but not cancel, its 41st annual fundraiser this year.

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Local school districts are set to receive their pieces of more than $11 billion in federal funding designed to fix setbacks incurred during the coronavirus pandemic, and district leaders are asking for community input on how it should be used.

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Still awaiting trial for the alleged murder of his infant daughter, a Houston man now sits in the Wharton County Jail accused of other violent crimes.

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Steady scattered downpours continue to fall on already soddened ground throughout Wharton County today, raising flooding concerns.

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