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Election Night Returns

by Walker County News Today staff Local races and ballot initiatives across Walker County were decided in Tuesday night’s election.  Only 4,305 of the 31,676 registered voters cast a ballot in this low turn-out election. Some mail-in and provisional ballots may still be counted after Tuesday’s unofficial final returns were ...

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New Email Phishing Scam Targets Teachers

Texas Education Agency and Association of Texas Professional Educators warn teachers, school districts to use caution  The Texas Education Agency (TEA) and the Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE) have been advised of a current phishing email directed at teachers and school systems across the state. The email, which bears the ...

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Citizens Invited to Give Input on Texas Schools

State Board of Education seeks public input about assessments and accountability The State Board of Education (SBOE) is issuing a survey in English and Spanish to seek public input about the state’s current assessment and accountability programs and gather suggestions for future program development. The survey will be open online ...

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New Waverly Election Results

In New Waverly, Dan Underwood beat Jurrell Vance in the mayor’s racewith 55.71 percent of the vote. Voters elected Joe Mayrant and Linda Koonce to New Waverly’s City Council. In the New Waverly Independent School District races, Cornelia R. Goffney won Position 5 with 53.11 percent of the vote and ...

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New Waverly Resident Trapped in Overnight Accident

19 year old was seriously injured when car left the roadway and struck a series of trees.   Just before 3 AM, a 19 year old Army Soldier was leaving New Waverly to return to his unit when his car left the roadway on Highway 150 near the city limits.  ...

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TEA Accepting Nominations for Awards

Nominate businesses that support employee volunteerism in public schools. Education Excellence (EEE) Award. Texas employers who encourage and support employee participation in school activities are eligible to be nominated. Any Texas employer is eligible, including private businesses, nonprofit organizations and governmental and educational entities that meet the criteria. Employers will ...

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