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The View from My Seat columns by Ernie Williamson

We had Lassie; today’s youth has – octopus - July 20, 2021

Brazoria County by the census numbers - July 13, 2021

Maybe our youth isn’t hopeless after all - July 6, 2021

How to cover a hurricane and other stories - June 29, 2021

When you have one of those Tuesdays - June 22, 2021

I wrote my cat’s obituary, and then this happened - June 15, 2021

Mask, glasses, hearing aid can make for a tangled mess - June 8, 2021

Varner-Hogg Plantation needs your help to piece together area’s history - June 1, 2021

If you found a wallet, would you keep it? - May 25, 2021

Idioms that are on the ball hit their mark - May 18, 2021

No-See-Ums bugs spoil nature walk - May 11, 2021

Would you trust cars without drivers? - May 4, 2021

One-room 1883 schoolhouse gets facelift by Brazoria Heritage group - April 27, 2021

Friend’s ‘stroke of luck’ takes him from death bed to golf course - April 20, 2021

Leon Hale remembered by an editor - April 13, 2021

Hello, is this a human doctor or just a voice? - April 6, 2021

Stories from physical therapy - March 30, 2021

I’m now paying price for slacking off physical therapy after Covid struck - March 23, 2021

Tommy Bonk’s Phi Slama Jama jettisoned him around the world - March 16, 2021

Record freeze, power failure, busted pipes start off 2020.1 - March 9, 2021

Coincidences reveal what happend to Miss Mai - February 23, 2021

Brazoria school that barred her as child now houses Black History Room she helped create - February 16, 2021

Boyhood memories of when radio was king of baseball - February 9, 2021

I’m in a wheelchair, but not helpless - February 2, 2021

I weighed risk from Covid, shot, then rolled up my sleeve - January 26, 2021

My dilemma with the vaccine: Should I take it? - January 19, 2021

Paper books are my choice over digital - January 12, 2021

I tried telehealth to save a trip to doctor - January 5, 2021

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