Flatonia trails Weimar on gridiron, 19-7
Five arrested for Organized Crime
St. Anthony auction items ...
Davis, 40, sentenced in Austin County jury trial
Cougars fall to Raiders in a 38-14 loss
Garwood Elementary named Blue Ribbon School

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Five arrested for Organized Crime

COLUMBUS — Five women were arrested in Columbus on Oct. 3 for engaging in criminal activity.

Columbus Police Department at approximately 12:30 p.m. responded to a robbery in progress.

GLOSTER — The small city of Gloster, located in Austin County south east of Sealy, is set to let its voters decide on two important questions Nov.

St. Anthony auction items ...

St. Anthony Catholic Church in Columbus will hold its fall festival Sunday, Oct. 13 at the Columbus Hall in Columbus.

Opinion

Abbott puts Bush in charge of disaster mitigation effort

AUSTIN — A plan is afoot for large-scale, regional projects to improve the state’s resilience to hurricanes and other natural disasters, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Oct. 4.

AG Paxton announces historic $600 million data breach settlement with Equifax

AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that a coalition of 50 attorneys general reached the largest data breach settlement in history with Equifax, resolving an investigation into a massive

Chief election officer encourages Texans to register before deadline

AUSTIN — Texas Secretary of State Ruth Hughs invited eligible Texans to celebrate and participate in National Voter Registration Day — the fourth Tuesday in September — by ensuring they are registe

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Sports

Flatonia trails Weimar on gridiron, 19-7

FLATONIA — In a battle of unbeaten football teams, the Weimar Wildcats outlasted the Flatonia Bulldogs 19-7 last Friday night at Bulldog Stadium in Flatonia.

Cougars fall to Raiders in a 38-14 loss

The Brazos Cougars fell to Rice Consolidated in a 38-14 loss at Altair on Friday night.

Turnovers and penalties plagued the Cougars all evening.

Hallettsville Brahmas just squeeze by the Cardinals 28-26

COLUMBUS — Unlucky bounces of the football proved to be costly by the Columbus Cardinals in a hard-fought football game last Friday night at Memorial Stadium in Columbus.

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