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Welcome back, Victoria Advocate readers. Another week has flown by and we're back at Wednesday. The past week has seen some interesting stories develop, from area natives competing on "The Voice" to lifting drought restrictions and more. We're excited to see so much happening in the Crossroads and we hope you'll share your opinion of these events with us.

Come join the Victoria Advocate Editorial Board in the Victoria Advocate newsroom conference room at 1:30 p.m. every Wednesday to discuss the events of the previous week. If you can't come to the meeting in person, feel free to log on and watch our live webcast and comment in the online chat box. We look forward to seeing you there.

This week's headlines:

· Victoria commissioners lay groundwork for Invista tax abatement

· Victoria eases drought restrictions

· City Council looks to increase Victoria Transit funding

· Hallettsville singer hopes dreams come true on 'The Voice'

· Traffic Tip: Pedestrians don't always have right of way

· Cyclists fined for entering closed federal wildlife refuge

· Crossroads residents clean up coast of Aransas Wildlife Refuge

· Airport officials await study's results, ready to adjust services

· Residents call for safety on Loop 463

· Victoria leaders offer historic home a new perch

· Business leaders say Victoria is prepared for life after the oil boom

· 'Symphony Spooktacular' takes stage at Victoria Fine Arts Center