Texana 6/14/2018

Galveston’s Historic Carr Mansion Goes Glam in New Remodel Boots Are The Favorite Footwear For Most Texans, Even The Littlest Ones Criminal complaint filed against the Houston Rodeo in open records case Thursday marks 100 years since the death of Brown County’s first causality in WWI VIDEO Abilene teen receives Congressional Gold Medal VIDEO Dallas […]
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Lubbock-area news for 6/14/2018

Lubbock Animal Services upgrading building, policies Power restored downtown, Marmolejo hearing postponed Spaces available for 2018-2019 SPC Basic Firefighter Academy TTU Nutrition Specialists Share Research at Industry-Leading Conference TTU School of Theatre & Dance Hosts Second Set of WildWind Public Readings Ambassador Tibor Nagy attends confirmation hearing for Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs […]
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Abilene-area news for 6/14/2018

Abilene council approves street fee Thursday AISD Teacher pay under the microscope Potential upgrades coming to AISD facilities VIDEO HSU mourns the loss of Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher Former HSU President Jesse Fletcher is dead, more Remembering Jesse Fletcher through the years  AHS grad’s tribute to son is a field of flags Teen fights through […]
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Wichita Falls-area news for 6/14/2018

Lake group considers adding 10 subcommittees Reduced Adoption Fees for Cats and Kittens in Wichita Falls WF farmers market could see fruitful improvements Imaginations running wild at Burkburnett STEM camp VIDEO Sheppard Profile: Jet Engine Mishap Investigation VIDEO “Poets, Painters, and Paper” on display at WFMA Lost Penguin Leather Goods Handcrafted Alleged arsonist, animal abuser […]
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Mills: Net Crude Oil And Petroleum Imports Drop To Historic Low

By Alex Mills Net crude oil and petroleum imports declined in 2017 to a record low, and the federal government expects net imports to decline even further this year. The Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported this week that total U.S. crude oil and petroleum product net imports will fall from an annual average of 3.7 […]
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Texas GOP convention needs vigorous debate and hotly contested races

The Republican Party of Texas is about to host what is the largest political convention in the free world in Left-heading San Antonio. Despite media propaganda to the contrary, delegates will be present representing most every conceivable standard of living, way of life, income and expenditure level, religious denomination as well as the non-religious, and […]
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Lubbock-area news for 6/13/2018

Real estate surge helps Lubbock economy’s strong start in 2018 TTU President Schovanec Talks Coliseum/Auditorium & Texas Tech Costa Rica TTU Researchers Working to Decrease Childhood Obesity Rates TTU’s Holt brings home Freshman All-American award Texas Tech Athletics wraps up historic 2018 year VIDEO Senate Conducts Confirmation Hearing for Tibor Nagy Nomination Lubbock’s Popular K-9 […]
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Abilene-area news for 6/13/2018

Early voting in council runoff falls short of 5,000 Abilene ISD lunch prices to increase – Let’s see, the district brags about being a free meals welfare agency all summer to all youth and then raises prices for those who pay their way. Exactly how Leftism works! Handler keeps Abilene’s rodeo finals bucking along Rodeo […]
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Wichita Falls-area news for 6/13/2018

Lake Wichita Revitalization Committee chairman steps down VIDEO, more P&Z Commission to discuss residential storage units again WF residents continue to speak on dangers of 7th Street railroad crossing VIDEO WFISD board signs off on charter bus contract, lunch prices to rise VIDEO – what a story! What company won the contract, basic content Ashley […]
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Lubbock-area news for 6/12/2018

No Mandatory Restrictions on Sale or Use of Fireworks in Lubbock Lubbock Constable challenges law used to remove him from office following DWI Constables are like tonsils: Sooner or later they’re going to make you sick – they are accountable, as are all other elected people, to voters. We have had very good constables and […]
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