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Kept the Time Clocks, Kept GPS for Trucks, Kept the Lawyer TBCD Now Ready to Tackle the Big Issues (?)

By Gloria Roemer In a much-anticipated regular board meeting that had been delayed since December 16, 2020, the Trinity Bay Conservation District (TBCD) Board of Directors met on Monday evening, January 4, 2021, and finally dealt with several issues that had been festering for quite a while.  The first item on the agenda that was […]

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January 21, 2021

The expression “having a chip on your shoulder” describes being touchy, eager to be offended, and seeking out every possible
By Max Roemer   Jack Dorsey of Twitter and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook have told Americans that they can no
By Gloria Roemer In a much-anticipated regular board meeting that had been delayed since December 16, 2020, the Trinity Bay
By Max Roemer   The following article is Part One of the Seabreeze Beacon’s four-part series explaining how our laws
LEGISLATION TO PROTECT SMALL BUSINESSES AND LIMIT AGENCY ENFORCED SHUTDOWNS I filed House Bill 899 to limit disaster powers and stop
Report Banking Changes to FSA Farm Service Agency (FSA) program payments are issued electronically into your bank account. In order
By Gloria Roemer   Three local providers are administering the COVID-19 vaccine in Chambers County east side.  They are Riceland
By Gloria Roemer Government on all levels espouses accountability and transparency to us the citizenry, but do they really mean
By Gloria Roemer   Robert Jacobs, Corporate Administrator for Riceland Health Care, confirmed that Riceland Medical Center (Hospital) in Winnie
Nellie Lunsford, RHIA Chambers Health December 2020   When we think about insurance, we typically think about car, home, and
The Rice Advocate At this time Congress is focused on avoiding a government shutdown with the current CR expiring Dec.
Commentary by Gloria Roemer Just when you thought it could not get any worse, it did.  Trinity Bay Conservation District