PSP Supporters Brought the Heat

By Leslie Lowe,
The wind was cold a Saturday night at the beautifully decorated Laguna Harbor Sales Center, but it didn’t stop the warm hearts of Peninsula Sports Park supporters from attending the 3rd Annual BBQ Dinner & Auction. Everyone enjoyed a delicious dinner provided by Red Marks and Guy Gatewood. Houston Rockets tickets,

Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Members

The Bolivar Peninsula Chamber of Commerce held its Annual General Membership Meeting and Election on November 6th at Jose’s Cajun Steakhouse. An excellent meal was had by all as President Brenda Flanagan highlighted all of the Chamber accomplishments for the year. Namely, hiring the new Executive Director Cathie Ropp

Problems and unanswered question with the US Army Corps’ Coastal Barrier Alternative:

  • It sacrifices the Galveston Bay ecosystem and the economies and communities on Bolivar Peninsula and Galveston Island for the purpose of protecting the industrial areas and the communities in the northwestern part of the bay, but yet it does not provide adequate storm surge reduction

Recreational Boating Safety – Winter on the Water: How to Stay Safe

By Bob Currie, Vessel Examiner
United States Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 081-06-08
We have had our first cool spell on the peninsula. To many boaters that means putting the boat away until next spring, but to those of us that look at this as the beginning of the flounder season, we need to think about what changes we can expect when fishing this time of year. My neighbor

Time, time, time

Brenda Cannon HenleyBy Brenda Cannon Henley
“Don’t wait to do the things in life that you have always wanted to do. Life is short. Live every day.”
The above quote was sent to me in a card over the weekend and I read it several times. I have to say I agree with the sentiment more than I ever have in my life. But, then, that may very well be because I am older. I do know

You Play, You Pay

By Georgia Osten
This was no weekend for the weak of heart. We got to the “Boys’ House” by about 4 on Friday, the parents had already left early that morning for a little vacay, and the babysitter was there patiently waiting for the grandparents to show up. I left PawPaw with the 18 month old twins and their big 4-year old brother, made the fastest trip ever to

Upcoming Events

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 Saturday, November 17
Support The Remnant Student Fellowship!

 Sunday, November 18
Community Thanksgiving Service

 Friday-Saturday, Nov 23-24
Fall and Christmas Gallery Sale

 Saturday, December 1
Town Hall Meeting: COE Coastal Barrier Plan

 Saturday, December 8
Chamber of Commerce Crystaland Parade

GLO, Army Corps Release Coastal Barrier Plan

Texas General Land Office (GLO) and the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announce the release of the Coastal Texas Protection and Restoration Study Draft Integrated Feasibility Report and Environmental Impact Statement, a milestone in the effort to reduce the risk along the Texas coast from dangerous storm surges and other threats. Since 2015, GLO and USACE have

IKE DIKE Alternative

By Matt Pace
First off, I am not in favor of a coastal spine being built down the Bolivar Peninsula and along Galveston Island. I feel that coastal residents should be personally responsible for the decision that they made to live or have a business along the coast. This can be done by building properly and insuring adequately against the wind and storm surge risks

20th Annual Christmas Bike Drive

bike-0Fall is well underway which means that it is time to start raising money for the Texas Crab Festival Charities annual bike drive. For 19 years we have been putting smiles on children’s faces that may have otherwise not had such a great Christmas. TCFC is accepting donations to purchase new bikes for our local children. Please share this request with friends, family and

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