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Reagan’s Marcus Wright to play in All-American Bowl

Marcus Wright named to Army All-American Team

Reagan High School senior Marcus Wright received his latest and grandest accolade Tuesday -- an invitation to play in the 2008 U.S Army All-American Bowl. The record-breaking running back will be among 90 players nationwide chosen to participate in the premier high school football game scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 5, at the Alamodome.
 

Help area families through PTA Angel Tree

 Along with Rattlers pride, the holiday spirit is abound at Reagan High as students and families jump to support a PTA fundraiser collecting gifts for needy children in the North East school district. An Angel Tree, covered in ornaments listing the children’s name and gift ideas, was placed near the school’s main office on Friday, Nov. 31. And by Monday the donation box was already full.
 

Toll Roads are Approved

 
After a grueling five-hour meeting Monday afternoon, the Transportation Policy Board approved funding for construction of the U.S. Highway 281 toll road project, along with setting the initial toll rate at 17 cents per mile. Construction on the toll roads, which will stretch seven and a half miles from Loop 1604 north to the Comal County line, could now begin as early as next summer and be up and running by 2012.
 

Hundreds visit Santa at North Central Baptist event

Santa Arrives at North Central Baptist Hospital

 
Although poor weather conditions forced the cancellation of his scheduled helicopter landing, Santa Claus still met with hundreds of children during Saturday’s Christmas extravaganza at North Central Baptist Hospital.
 

Reagan Football Team advances in play-offs against Los Fresnos Saturday

Reagan Tickets on sale now

Waves of Rattler fans are expected to descend on the city of Victoria this Saturday to cheer on Reagan’s football team as they compete against the Los Fresnos Falcons in the regional quarterfinals. 

O’ Christmas tree, O’ Christmas tree…

 
With the holidays come a lot of tough questions: Have you been naughty or nice? Should I serve Christmas turkey or ham? Will he buy me jewelry or a toaster oven? Should we go to your parents or mine? Does this annoying musical toy come with earplugs or a lifetime supply of Tylenol?   
 

Santa arrives in Stone Oak Saturday by helicopter

Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Airlife Celebration

 
Santa Claus will descend on Stone Oak Saturday morning, landing at North Central Baptist Hospital in a medical helicopter. His greatly-anticipated arrival will kick off the hospital’s annual Airlife Santa Celebration, a holiday event offering many family-friendly activities, Christmas music and lots of fun.
 

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The Merry Go-Round
 Weekly "To Do" list: Take kids to school: attend business meeting; pick up dry cleaning; pick kids up from school; take kids to sport practice; pick up dinner; take dog to vet….etc. Does this ride feel all too familiar? Ever wonder why we get stuck on this perpetual merry-go-round- year after year? How could we not with never ending responsibilities.

BexarMet begins new search for future site of Stone Oak water tower

 With plans for a ground storage unit in the Champions Run neighborhood scrapped due to high costs, BexarMet is now returning to its original plan for an elevated water tower while searching for an entirely new spot to build it on. Although the exact site has yet to be determined, the water tank will most likely be placed within the far northwest corner of Stone Oak.
 

Santa to Make Several Stops in San Antonio

 Like a presidential candidate hot on the campaign trail, Santa Clause is expected to have a packed schedule over the next four weeks as he tours the globe to visit with children, pose for photographs and take final gift requests. As usual, several stops will be within the San Antonio area to the absolute delight of our city’s youngest residents.