Beachgoers willing to brave the unforgiving tides of San Luis Pass now will face a monetary risk as well as a natural one.Visitors no longer can enter the water for any reason, including bathing, swimming or fishing, in the narrow strait between Brazoria County and Galveston Island after Brazoria County commissioners unanimously passed an order barring those activities.The prohibition will take effect 10 days after a copy of the order is published in The Facts.
ANGLETON — John Blankenship is no stranger to recovering bodies from the unforgiving tides of San Luis Pass, and it’s not something that gets easier with time or experience.“You just want to sit there and cry with them,” said Blankenship, search and rescue captain with the Gulf Coast Rescue Squad.
QUINTANA, Texas (AP) - A burst of color welcomes visitors to Quintana Beach County Park, orange-and-black butterflies dotting the vibrant hues of red, pink and purple that make up the pollinator garden.The Facts reports the microscopic monarch butterfly eggs aren’t easy to spot among the flowers, but Patty Brinkmeyer has an eye for this sort of thing.“Once you’ve looked for them so many times, you can pretty much find them,” the park director said, gingerly picking an egg from the leaves of a...
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