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Galveston County the Daily News (Newspaper) - September 30, 2017, Galveston, TexasSaturday september 30,2017 a h 88 l 77 a a12 a $1 education parents upset Over student s blackface snap Chat Post a3 g \ i \ e s t 0 n o u n t is alg Rheuia. Texas oldest newspaper a publishing since 1842 a celebrating 175 years Friendswood police seek armed robbery suspect a3 inside Fema s spent More than $78m in county �a5� temp s health Secretary resigns amid travel Flap a a9�governor gives Houston $50m for Harvey following clash a a9 Post Harvey disaster Relief churches Hurt by Harvey Don t qualify for Fema Aid by John Wayne Ferguson the daily news a Dickinson pastor Ted ducks Church is in bad shape. Pine drive Community Church a Baptist Church and school on pm 517 in Dickinson was badly damaged by Hurri Cane Harvey too Waters. Tire school building is almost a total loss with Walls ripped Down to their frames. The pews Are All gone from the Sanctuary where rows of fans and dehumidifiers work to dry the place out. Repairs Are mostly being done by Church member volunteers. A Over the labor Day weekend we had 75 people Here a Duck said. A it was pretty close to 100 degrees that weekend. We had Church members we had kids we had parents. One kid that was 10 years old was pushing Load after Load of this stuff to the see church�a8 environment Post Harvey environment coastal concern David j. Phillip a workers Are shown at san Jacinto River waste pits near the interstate 10 Bridge Over the River in Channelview on sept. 13. Leak at toxic waste pits heats debate Over cleanup by Marissa Barnett the daily news the environmental Protection Agency a discovery and announcement of a leak at the san Jacinto River waste pits reignited debate Friday Over what the Federal. Government should do with the toxic site. The pits were a dumping ground for a nearby paper Mill in the 1960s and hold deposits of toxic wastes including dioxin a chemical used in the Vietnam War Era defoliant agent Orange. Late thursday the environmental Agency reported Hurricane Harvey had caused damage to the waste pits protective Cap and that one of 14 sediment samples taken at the 30-acre site see cleanup a a7 Jens figlus Courtesy Texas a amp a University assistant professor Jens figlus and students Hunter Myres Mick Prouse and Connie do install surf zone instruments on oct. 15, 2016, to measure Waves and currents along Galveston Island. Figlus and other researchers Are working on similar projects now to determine the effects of Hurricane Harvey on coastal effects on erosion of Texas coast minimal by Samantha Ketterer the daily news a Galveston while Hurricane Harvey Lon term effects on Texas beaches Are still largely unknown the resulting coastal erosion on Galveston Island is expected to be minimal and Only punctuate a longer lasting problem geologists said. Estimates show that the Texas coast is eroding at an average 4 feet per year according to a 2015 report from the Texas general land office. From Bolivar Peninsula to san Luis pass 13.9 Miles of Beach Are a critically eroding a meaning the rate of Shoreline Retreat is see erosion �a4business new attraction Kelsey Walling the daily news pastor Ted Duck stands outside Pine drive Community Church in Dickinson on thursday. Duck has received Many donations from churches around the country wanting to help the storm damaged Church. Coming monday experts believe the time has come for a new Way to classify complaints Stuart Villanueva the daily news motorists drive across a rough Section of interstate 45 near Tiki Island on sept. 19. Roadwork contractor denies angry Dnn verse claims by Matt Degrood the daily news weeks after Galveston county residents began complaining about damage to vehicles from flying debris left from a Road milling project and an. Unresponsive contractor some have finally received feedback a denial letters from Durwood Greene construction. A they re just blowing us Tiff and its frustrating a said Steven Lamb who asserts his Bow automobile was damaged by the debris a its frustrating on several Points. My see roadwork a a4 Landry a launches shark attack today by Laura elder the daily news after months of construction that resulted in the very hard to miss giant head of a shark appearing on seawall Boulevard Landry a inc. Today will unveil its newest Island attraction. At 11 . Today Landry a will launch shark attack the mysterious underworld 5d at 2424 seawall blvd., packing in two attractions in a building formerly occupied by Dominos pizza. Landry a partnered with Poland based matrix technologies on the 5d rides which Are meant to Appeal to both children and adults. Matrix developed tire building and both rides in which people Don 3d glasses. What a remarkable is that Landry a packed the attractions in a 1,500-Square-foot building but visitors leave feeling like they be covered much More territory. In shark attack visitors Are made to feel like they re in an underwater lab encountering very Large prehistoric Sharks including the Hyb Odus and Mega Lodon which is widely regarded As. The largest shark to have Ever lived on Earth and which attempts to break through what appears to be aquarium Glass. The floor moves and water splashes As the shark thrashes and see shark �a4 Jennifer Reynolds the daily news Landry s new attraction shark attack the mysterious underworld 5d at 2424 seawall blvd. Is opening today. Index abbya12 lotto a2 markets All obits c6 a / As opinion a6 sports b1 to comics Bio-11 a by 01.175, no. 171 6 45485 00100

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