Daily update: Nov. 5
A Clear Creek ISD technician who says he was forced to resign wants his job back. He says he had permission to drive home a school district vehicle for lunch for the past three years. Read more from the Bay Area Citizen.
Starting next week, outside experts will start visiting CCISD classrooms and sifting through documents related to curriculum. They'll be looking for areas in need of improvement. Read more from Ultimate Clear Lake.
League City's City Council will decide next week whether to commit another $118,000 to its "boundless playground" with handicapped-accessible equipment that would allow children with or without disabilities to play together. Read more from the Bay Area Citizen.
Galveston County Clerk Mary Ann Daigle announced last week she won't seek re-election, and there are already a couple candidates getting in line. Read more from the Galveston County Daily News.
The curtain rises tonight on Clear Springs High School's production of The Grapes of Wrath. Clear Creek High School plans another performance of Hamlet. Both at 7 p.m. Read more from Ultimate Clear Lake.
Browse through the work of over 30 local artists at the 14th Annual Creative Artisans Show and Sale. It opens today and runs through Sunday at League City's Walter Hall Park. Read more from Ultimate Clear Lake.
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