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Coronavirus: The pandemic through Texans' eyes

“There won’t be a goodbye party”: Hospital administrator prepares to retire during pandemic

A hospital administrator gets a special gift. A food pantry worker gets her coronavirus test results. A Midland family cancels its annual fishing trip. In this weekly series, Texans from across the state share stories about how they’re navigating life during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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At “family hospital,” retiring administrator relishes her last, chaotic weeks

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More canceled plans: the annual Gulf fishing trip and summer football

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Matagorda County is close to “a pretty good normal,” judge says

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A quiet restaurant becomes a hub for civic work

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First, a painful nasal swab. Then an anxious wait for test results.

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“There is a lot of desperation”

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With two sick kids, a trip to the zoo has be be aborted

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