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This Month's Brain Teaser!
A rich man's son was kidnapped.

The ransom note told him to bring a valuable diamond to a phone booth in the middle of a public park. Plainclothes police officers surrounded the park, intending to follow the criminal or his messenger. The rich man arrived at the phone booth and followed instructions but the police were powerless to prevent the diamond from leaving the park and reaching the crafty villain. What did he do?

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Now on DriveLiveTV: The 2019 Toyota Avalon

Paradise isn’t a place. It’s a state of mind. Sophisticated, stylish, exhilarating Toyota’s new 2019 Avalon will have you rethinking sedan driving the instant you press the ignition.

Vehicle Profile: 2018 Toyota C-HR
The compact crossover for maneuverability and utility

If you value cargo room as well as maneuverability, consider the 2018 Toyota C-HR subcompact crossover, which provides impressive cargo and passenger capabilities in a conveniently compact package.

Vehicle Profile: 2018 Toyota Corolla
Style, fuel efficiency and intelligence make Toyota Corolla a top-tier sedan

The 2018 Toyota Corolla is the automotive equivalent of having your cake and eating it, too. It sits at the crossroads of responsibility and pleasure, delivering an exceptional balance of style, intelligence and capability.

4th of July Trivia
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1.  Who proposed the original resolution declaring independence from Great Britain on June 1, 1776?

            a. George Washington

            b. John Adams

            c. Richard Henry Lee

            d. Benjamin Franklin

2. Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?

             a. Thomas Jefferson

            b. John Adams

            c. Roger Sherman

            d. Robert Livingston

            e. Benjamin Franklin

            f. All of the above

3. On what date was the Declaration of Independence adopted be the Second Continental Congress?

            a. June 30, 1776

            b. July 4, 1776

            c. July 2, 1776

            d. July 8, 1776

4. Who was the first signer of the Declaration of Independence?

            a. Thomas Jefferson

            b. Richard Henry Lee

            c. John Hancock

            d. Samuel Adams

5. On what date did everyone else sign the Declaration of Independence?

            a. July 4, 1776

            b. July 15, 1776

            c. July 26, 1776

            d. August 2, 1776

6. Which two signers of the Declaration of Independence and former Presidents died on July 4, 1826, the 50th anniversary of the signing?

            a. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson

            b. Thomas Jefferson and John Adams

            c. James Madison and John Adams

            d. George Washington and James Madison

7. When did the 4th of July become a holiday?

            a. 1792

            b. 1938

            c. 1870

            d. 1803

8. Which foreign nation became our ally during the American Revolution and assured victory over Great Britain?

            a. Spain

            b. Germany

            c. France

            d. Austria

9. When was the first fireworks celebration on the 4th of July?

            a. 1870

            b. 1792

            c. 1777

            d. 1945

10. What are the first seven words of the Declaration of Independence?

            a. “We, the people of the United States”

            b. “We find these truths to be self-evident”

            c. “When in the course of human events”

            d. “Oh, say can you see by the”


8 Myths About Sunscreen
Knowing the truth can help protect you from UV rays

Warmer temperatures invite us outdoors for activities that expose us to the sun’s warm but dangerous rays.

6 Books That Celebrate Summer
Immerse yourself in a novel under the summer sun

Whether you’re lying in a hammock in your back yard or lounging by the beach, summer is the perfect time to read a new book — especially one whose story takes place in summer.

5 Best Bike Trails in Texas Gulf Coast
Get outside on one of these bike trails in the Texas Gulf Coast

Summer is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the weather, and riding a bicycle is one of the best ways to do so.

City of Baytown Announces Plans for 4th of July Celebration
The City of Baytown has announced the plan for two days of celebration for the 4th of July at Bicentennial Park.

Entertainment will include free concerts, a parade, and of course, fireworks!

Tuesday, July 3rd will feature two concerts at the outdoor stage at Bicentennial Park.  From 6:00pm to 7:30pm, the Rickey Davis Classic Band will perform, followed by Dennis DeYoung and the Music of Styx from 8:00pm to 9:30pm.

On Wednesday, July 4th, the festivities will begin at 4:00pm with the vendor booths at the park opening for business.  From 4:00pm to 5:30pm, Shane Smith and the Saints will perform.  From 5:30pm to 6:00pm, the Annual 4th of July parade will pass by the park on Market Street, closely followed by Roger Greager from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.

The highlight of the evening begins at 8:00pm, with Brent Brunson’s “George Strait Tribute” 8:00pm to 9:30pm.  Brunson’s performance will be followed by the annual Fireworks Extravaganza at 9:30pm.

For more information, go to and click on events.


Car Care: How to Care for Your Car’s Upholstery
Keep your car’s upholstery looking like new

If your vehicle’s upholstery is dingy, stained or emitting some strange odor, you’ll want to take steps to ensure that the interior is looking every bit as good as the exterior.

Pet Safety Tips for the Fourth of July
Tips to protect your pets on Independence Day

The Fourth of July is a time for celebration that can be enjoyed by the entire family — including your pets.

5 Ways to Repurpose Old T-shirts
Give your old T-shirts new life with these projects

T-shirts are designed to reflect your personality, which makes it easy to fall into the habit of collecting them as your interests change.

How to Include Learning Experiences in Your Summer Road Trip
Hitting the road this summer? Be sure to include time for educational activities

Getting there may be half the fun, but if you plan correctly, you can ensure the journey portion of your upcoming summer road trip is both fun and educational.

Pool Safety Rules Every Homeowner Should Implement
Safely enjoy your personal pool with these helpful guidelines

Having a pool is a great opportunity to cool off in warmer weather, but it also poses some health and safety risks.

The Wizard of Oz Coming to Baytown
The Baytown Little Theater has begun rehearsals for their summer musical “The Wizard of Oz”.

Directed by Samuel Gorashko and graciously underwritten by Community Toyota*Honda*Kia, Lee College, the City of Baytown, Capital Bank, and Renee Thibodeaux State Farm, the production will open on August 10 at the Lee College Performing Arts Center.

Based on the classic movie and adapted for the Royal Shakespeare Company stage by John Kane, all of the timeless songs such as “Over the Rainbow”, “Ding Dong the Witch is Dead”, “Follow the Yellow Brick Road”, and “The Merry Old Land of Oz” are here.  The cast includes Beth Powell as Dorothy, Leigh Anne Spell as Ms. Gulch, Erynn Anderson as Auntie Em, Jim Wadzinski as Uncle Henry/Guard, Doug Taylor as Professor Marvel/Wizard, Lauren Heffernan as Glinda the Good Witch, Robin McDougald as the Wicked Witch, Tristan Haq as Hunk/Scarecrow, Randy Powell as Hickory/Tinman, Josh Figueroa as Zeke/Lion, and Charlie as Toto. A chorus of over 40 adults and children will play Munchkins, Ozians, Winkies, flying monkeys, and everything else needed in Oz.


It's Summer Vacation Time!
How far do you plan to travel this summer?

Less than 100 miles

100 to 200 miles

200 to 300 miles

300 to 400 miles

Over 400 miles

Will you stay in Texas?



If you stay in Texas, what’s your favorite place to go?

Big Bend National Park

Garner State Park

New Braunfels/San Antonio

Sea World/San Antonio

Six Flags/Dallas


If you were to go outside of Texas, which of these destinations would you be most likely to visit?

Las Vegas

Yosemite National Park

Yellowstone National Park

The Grand Canyon

Branson, Missouri

None of the above

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