Although Alvin ISD teachers haven’t physically been in their classrooms since March, their hard work has not gone unnoticed.
- Over 200 Yellowjackets participate in strength and conditioning workouts
- Andrea (Macias) De Leon
- FUNDAMENTALLY STATE SOUND: Relying on basics propelled Alvin Volleyball to consecutive state appearances
- James “Jim” Allaman Worrel
- Valedictorian Ace: Alvin's Aguirre ranked tops in classroom and national pitching circle
Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta is putting the prevention of COVID-19 on county residents as businesses enter limited reopening.
Texas is back open for business is the message from Gov. Greg Abbott's office. Abbott allowed the state's stay-at-home order to expire on Thursday, April 30.
It looks like Alvin was just a way station in a two-week long killing spree that ended, April 19, in a police shootout on a crosstown bus in Dallas.
Farm Gals Community Food Pantry had to make an urgent “shout out” to the community on the morning of Monday, April 20.
Residents throughout Brazoria County have reported at least two crews of con artists and scammers preying on the fear and uncertainty created by the pandemic.
The Texas Department of Criminal Juastice has transfered a large percentage of inmates with COVID-19 to two prisons in Brazoria County.
While temperatures soared in the mid 90’s for the initial week of Alvin High School’s limited strength and conditioning sessions, that didn’t stop Tim Teykl from getting a few chills along the way.
The opposition often times stood an inch or two taller at the net and may also have possessed a little more raw talent on their roster.
Jodie Aguirre was well on her way to another record breaking season in the circle.
While Covid-19 placed a frustrating damper on the UIL’s spring sports slate, the three area baseball squads managed to close their seasons on positive notes.
Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two-part series. Today’s edition includes the Sun and Advertiser’s All-AISD Softball team.
As I am writing this, we are a few hours away from Thanksgiving, one of my favorite days of the year. Even in difficult times, it is nice to have a reminder to be grateful for what we have. And while life is certainly not always fair, there is a lot to be thankful for.
I lost a feather the other day and I understand this does not qualify as news.
Fall often seems like a fleeting memory, sometimes ebbing and flowing with temperature fluctuations typical of the Upper Gulf Coast Bend. Around October, I look to nature for clues to seasonal changes so that I can fully embrace a natural rhythm and seasonal cycle. You may notice a patina an…