Chris Lane
Big bull reds entertained lots of kids and adults during spring break. Most were

With a flood of runoff from our weekend deluge of rain, you can bet the farm that fishing is going to be affected, from inland rivers to the coastal bays. But one fishing option not likely to slow down can be found at the Sabine, Galveston and Calcasieu jetties. It involves catching bull reds and big black drum. Regardless of how muddy the water is at the jetties, red and black drum will be feeding in big-time numbers.

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Ready for a road trip? The 56th annual Azalea & Spring Flower Trail began March 20 and continues through April 5. Just head up to Tyler, Texas, and enjoy.

The Azalea & Spring Flower Trail features more than 10 miles of beautiful azaleas, dogwoods, spring flowers and, of course, the ambassadors of the trail, the Azalea Belles.

Azalea Belles are area high school girls who greet guests along the trail while wearing antebellum costumes.

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LifeShare Blood Centers is asking the public – particularly blood type O negative donors – to give blood, as they are in unusually short supply for this time of year.

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Brenda Sullivan (right), the March Golden Apple Educator Award recipient, and Sh
Keith Brenek, executive vice-president of Education First Federal Credit Union,

Education First Federal Credit Union has named Brenda Sullivan of Hamshire-Fannett High School the recipient of The Golden Apple Educator Award for the month of March.

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Several weeks ago, Dr. Syed Anwar, SETMA’s medical director, saw a 62-year-old lady with a history of hypertension, elevated cholesterol and rheumatoid arthritis. She had a strong family history of cerebrovascular disease. Dr. Anwar did a complete workup, which included the usual evidenced-based tests. The patient was very concerned about “having a stroke.” Because of her concern, Dr.

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