The Miraculous Mrs. Mary

By Linda Elissalde
Mary Raney was diagnosed with multiple cancers, including lung cancer, in 2018. One prognosis decreed that she had 18 months to live – a prediction that was so wrong. Mary put her health in the hands of good physicians, and her faith in the hands of God. She went through many treatments, tried out experimental methods and continued

Recreational Boating Safety – Safe Wade Fishing

Bob CurrieBy Bob Currie, Recreational Boating Safety Specialist
U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Station Galveston Flotilla
We lost three wade fishermen this past week in our area. They all had two things in common: they were wearing waders and they were not wearing life jackets. You might not think that wade fishing would be a topic for a Recreational Boating Safety article, but in our area

Captain Bryan’s Fishing Report, 10-12-21

By Captain Bryan Brawner
The bay’s salinity and clarity are looking real good now. The fall pattern is setting in and birds are starting to work throughout Galveston East Bay. We have our first real front arriving sometime this weekend so that should kick off some good fall fishing behind the front after the tide levels return to normal. Mostly small trout and catfish

How much stress can we stand?

Brenda Cannon HenleyBy Brenda Cannon Henley
In doing research on material for another lesson I am to teach, I found an interesting batch of material and statistics on stress and what it does to the human body. In this day and age in which we live, and with the constant struggle against Covid threats, stress related illnesses are all too common. More than 40 per cent of the

Pro Crab Racer

Georgia's Sand BucketBy Georgia Osten
This month, we ventured a bit further away from home than our usual trip to the Tremont in Galveston. My husband heard about a festival in Rockport called Seafair. The festival looked remarkably similar to our Texas Crab Festival! So, since it’s been maybe 10 years or so since we’ve been to Rockport, we thought Why Not? We took the “scenic” route

Ghost On The Coast is BAACCK

Would you like to market your business, have fun and make some kids happy? This is the perfect opportunity for you! We are looking for businesses to sponsor a booth with a game for the kids. Games such as a balloon pop, fishing game, coke toss, bean bag toss, etc. We have a few games that some can use. Oriental Trading has a lot of games, candy and prizes that are cheap and

Upcoming Events

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Saturday, October 23
Robert Van Zandt Memorial BBQ Cookoff

Saturday, October 30
Ghost on the Coast

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