Share your thoughts at this week's Editorial Board meeting

January 29, 2014

We've come back to Wednesday, and we hope all of our readers are staying warm during these cold days. It's been another busy week with all kinds of news happening. We've seen ice on our cars and the roads and many people in the region lost power. The city began enforcing a policy on renting barricades for events and a parade for Korean War veterans is coming up. We've got a lot to talk about this week, and we hope you'll join us.

Come join the Victoria Advocate Editorial Board in the Victoria Advocate newsroom conference room at 1:30 p.m. every Wednesday to discuss the events of the previous week. If you can't come to the meeting in person, feel free to log on and watch our live webcast and comment in the online chat box. We look forward to seeing you there.

This week's headlines:

· Black History Month parade hits roadblock

· Busted lights make for dark streets in Victoria

· Pro-con: Should payday, auto title lenders be regulated?

· ABR author uses stories to talk about maternal families, feminism, fish

· Victoria County averages 13 traffic fatalities a year during past decade

· Sixth-grader hopes to see orchestra program grow

· Generations of women bond over hunting

· Port of Victoria ships more than 2M barrels of oil in December

· Unloaded handgun found at Patti Welder Middle School

· Eagle Scout project benefits birds at Coleto Creek

· Weight loss competitors get pantry makeovers