Welcome back to Wednesday, Advocate readers! The Crossroads has had a busy week, complete with plenty of rain Friday night to help moisten the dry, parched land. We have another long list of interesting stories to discuss, including the state of rivers in the Crossroads, the next Adopt-A-Beach cleanup effort and much more.
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This week's headlines:
· Victoria commissioners consider issuing bonds to courtroom expansion
· Refugio County asks for input in preliminary flood maps
· Victoria County's economic growth among top 10 in nation
· Activities planned for National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week
· Lecture series to show different sides of UHV Community of Readers book
· Juvenile accused of attacking Victoria counselor has violent past, officials say
· Thomas Marion O'Connor resigns from Victoria College board
· Drought reduces Crossroads rivers to trickle
· Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority efforts aim to highlight history along the river
· Adopt-A-Beach cleanup set for Saturday
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