Four nursing students at College of the Mainland, who were on break from a medical management of defibrillation cardiac resuscitation (CPR) class, jumped into action Sept. 19 when an electrician was electrocuted.
The students were in the financial aid office located within the administration building about 10:30 a.m. when they saw a man in distress outside. Gary Glover, an electrician supervisor for Crescent Electric Co., who is part of a crew doing maintenance work on the Texas City campus, was electrocuted while working near a manhole cover and went into cardiac arrest.Read More
The City of La Marque and the Texas City – La Marque Chamber have teamed up once again to co-host the family friendly Bayou Festival Saturday, Oct. 20 at the 230-acre Mac McGaffey Highland Bayou Park, 1991 Getty Road in La Marque.
Admission¸parking and several kids’ activities are free.Read More
By Sumer Dene
Bay Group Media has and always will support Breast Cancer research. As a company we predominantly employ women and understand the importance of spreading knowledge to our readers. Information can save lives and help prevent tragedies. Our CEO, Rick Clapp has experienced the devastation and complexities of cancer and is a champion survivor.Read More
BAY OAKS Women’s Association kicked off its new season with an elegant Fashion Show Luncheon at Bay Oaks Country Club that opened with a champagne reception as members and guests began arriving.Read More
LYC will host the 32nd Annual Harvest Moon Regatta Oct. 25-28, which will race its usual format from Galveston to Port Aransas. Register at www.harvestmoonregatta.com
The entry fee is $180 plus a Port A City Marina Docking /Rafting Fee based on length overall of your vessel. U.S. Sailing members receive a $10 discount. See Notice of Race for details.Read More
By Joe Machol
Even after 17 years as the NFL Game Clock Operator for the Houston Texans, the amount of effort required to host a game continues to astonish me.Read More
It all begins with the NFL’s Game Day Assistants (GDA). They are responsible for putting together the operations team of On-Field Game Officials, the Coach-to-Player Operator, a Game-Clock Operator, an Instant-Replay Communicator, the Instant-Replay Field Communicator, an Instant-Replay Field Technician, the Kicking Ball Coordinator, a Play-Clock Operator, a Video Operator, and the Chain Crew.
By Mary Alys Cherry
Adrian Garcia, former Harris County sheriff and a candidate for Harris County commissioner, Precinct 2, brought his campaign to Clear Lake in recent days, holding a town hall on flood control and then calling officials to put the brakes on a “proposed, massive, dangerous new petrochemical tank terminal at the entrance to Clear Lake.”Read More
By Mary Alys Cherry
In an effort to take education of students in the Clear Creek schools a step higher, Space Center Rotary Club is donating $60,000 over the next three years to the Clear Creek Education Foundation, which is overseeing a highly touted program called The Leader in Me.Read More
Well Houston had its list and Galveston had its list, so it was time for the Bay Area to have its list of most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes. The honorees were chosen for their contribution to the cities in Galveston county. They are Lance Fegen, Ange Mertens, Hank Dugie, Wendy Shaw, Dr. Louie Robinson, Erin Webb, Kevin Smith, Blaine Ochoa and Justin Gripon.Read More
By Lilli Heintz
We all have dreams. Some people will end up chasing their dreams and hoping they become reality, and some people are more realistic and choose that dreams are just a way that your brain can escape. I am a dreamer. I tend to let my dreams lead me in life. To me, it’s a way that God can tell us how our life could be. The 5 year-old me started dreaming about becoming a model. This grew into my biggest dream to pick up my life, move to New York and be a model.Read More
LYC will host the 32nd Annual Harvest Moon Regatta Oct. 25-28, which will race its usual format from Galveston to Port Aransas. Register at www.harves...Read More
By Mary Alys Cherry “We’re back,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told a rousing audience in the Johnson Space Center’s Teague Auditoriu...Read More