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One was surrendered to the shelter when his family lost everything during Hurricane Harvey, but he has so much love to give! One is not your usual Labrador retriever; he is calm and gentle in nature. One prefers sitting at your feet and enjoying your company, rather than chasing ducks or swimming. Don’t get us wrong — he is an active pupper who does enjoy a nice lap around the pool, and enjoys playing with his canine and human friends! A truly incredible dog, One has a giant heart full of love that he is waiting to give to a family. Could that family be yours?

 

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The Harbor Foundation will host its ninth annual Butterfly Release on Saturday, April 21, at the Ford Park Exhibit Hall from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. The entire community is invited with free admission to the event.

For the first time ever, this event will be hosted both inside and outside the Ford Park Exhibit Hall in Beaumont. All booths will be set up inside the Exhibit Hall, and the butterfly release will be held in the grassy area behind the Exhibit Hall at 1:45 p.m.

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For the first time ever, two celebrity finalists will be joining Dancing with the Stars’ Winter Tour — Dancing with the Stars: Live! Light Up the Night — on Friday, Feb. 24, at the Smart Financial Centre in Sugar Land, just southwest of Houston.

Season 25 Mirrorball Champion Jordan Fisher, the star of Hamilton and Grease: Live, along with actor/race car driver Frankie Muniz of Agent Cody Banks and Malcolm in the Middle fame will, reprise their incredible Season 25 performances alongside their professional partners Lindsay Arnold and Witney Carson. 

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Q. What are my rights if I have a common law marriage? If we get divorced, will I have the right to any property?

A. As I have said many times before, a common law marriage is no different than any other marriage. You are married. Whether you are married by a justice of the peace, a rabbi or priest, or have a common law marriage, the legal ramifications are the same.

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La Suprema, a local staple in Mid County, has been in one family for three generations.

It started as a tortilla bakery in the late ’60s selling to local grocery stores, and later branched out into tamales before becoming a small restaurant in 1970, owner Remi Bryan said. Her grandmother Amelia Martinez and two of her friends were the original owners.

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