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A small Texas school district reopens classrooms for summer school Coronavirus is a risk for his students, Premont ISD Superintendent Steve VanMatre says, but so is seeing their educations stop cold. He's trying to safely address both while getting kids back in front of teachers.
As Texas businesses reopen, a short-lived coronavirus safety net is dismantled Evictions and debt collections have resumed, child care subsidies will be discontinued and those who are out of work will again have to prove they are searching for a job in order to receive unemployment benefits.
Live updates: Dallas, San Antonio extend curfews through Sunday night Live updates: Throughout the weekend, protesters marched in Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Fort Worth, clashing with police officers, over the death of George Floyd.


David Gomez made his name known on the field in his senior year, earning District 13 first-team kicker honors on the gridiron and was named District 25's co-MVP goalkeeper for the Tiger soccer team that made it to the third round.

April 16 Newsbits Wing night to benefit VA Hospital, KC Fish Fry returns and BBQ Chicken Dinner.
April 9 Newsbits Austin County Colt Project, Fish fry dinner, Easter sunrise service canceled, Sporting clay shoot postponed, Sealy KC’s Lenten Fish Fry, ACRTA Scholarships Offered, HOA – Meals on Wheels, Sealy Lions Club and Library Book Club
Free breakfast at Huddle House Huddle House will offer free breakfast to any and everyone this Sunday only from 8 a.m. to noon.
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