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Navasota School Bond - Part 2

Updated: 12/09/2004 - If at first you don't succeed, try, try, and try again. That's what the Navasota school district is doing with a bond package that failed in September. The New Look proposal is divided into three items, $18 million for a new elementary school, $5 million for maintenance, and $2 million for athletic facilities.

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Cotton Bowl Tickets Sold Out

Updated: 12/09/2004 - Days worth of camping out have paid off for over 2,000 Aggies. Students lined up early to get their Cotton Bowl tickets that went on sale this morning at 8 o'clock.

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One More Witness in Peterson Trial

Updated: 12/09/2004 - The judge in the Scott Peterson trial says one more defense witness may testify Thursday morning before closing arguments in the penalty phase. Jurors will then be sequestered in a hotel to decide whether he should get the death penalty or life in prison for the murder of his wife and their unborn child.

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Bush: No Payroll Tax Hike for Social Security

Updated: 12/09/2004 - President Bush on Thursday flatly ruled out raising payroll taxes to ensure the solvency of Social Security, as he opened a push for historic changes in the retirement program.

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Online Research Worries Many Educators

Updated: 12/09/2004 - Go to Google, search and scroll results, click and copy. When students do research online these days, many educators worry, those are often about the only steps they take. If they can avoid a trip to the library at all, many students gladly will.

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Rumsfeld: Airing Concerns Was Healthy

Updated: 12/09/2004 - A day after being challenged by a soldier on the Army's failure to provide adequate armor for vehicles used in Iraq, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Thursday he was pleased to hear the gripe and expects the Army to do its best to resolve the problem.

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Bush Keeps 4 Secretaries, Taps Nicholson

Updated: 12/09/2004 - President Bush has asked the secretaries of the Transportation, Labor, Interior and Housing departments to remain and they have all agreed, completing decisions about which Cabinet members will stay for his second term.

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Former Pantera Guitarist Killed on Stage

Updated: 12/09/2004 - A gunman charged onstage at a packed nightclub and opened fire on the band and crowd, killing top heavy metal guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott and three other people before a police officer shot him to death, authorities and witnesses said.

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Navasota Principal Headed to Bryan

Updated: 12/08/2004 - A familiar face is returning to the Bryan school district. Navasota High School principal David Young plans to leave his post to work with at-risk Bryan students in a newly-created position.

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Homeless Shelter Looks For New Home

Updated: 12/08/2004 - The area's only homeless shelter is a little closer to getting a new home. In a November letter to the city of Bryan, the Twin City Mission Board of Directors stated it's ready to move out of downtown Bryan as soon as it can find a suitable piece of property.

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Tamales, a Family Tradition

Updated: 12/08/2004 - If you celebrate Christmas in a Hispanic household, chances are good that there will be plenty of tamales for the holiday meal. Most families make the preparations a family affair

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Residence Hall Security

Updated: 12/08/2004 - After the last exam is over, university students are ready to hit the road and escape the college life for a while. But for those living on campus, there's no escaping the worry that comes with leaving behind a dorm full or valuables.

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Operation Hi Mom

Updated: 12/09/2004 - While some are out doing holiday shopping this year, they've got American soldiers on their lists.

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Olive Garden Update

Updated: 12/08/2004 - With Christmas right around the corner, turkey and dressing come to mind, but many are thinking about Italian food.

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Iraq Insurgents Attack U.S. Troops, Convoy

Updated: 12/08/2004 - Insurgents launched a string of assaults around the city of Samarra on Wednesday, trading gunfire with U.S. forces, attacking a U.S. convoy, and blowing up a police station after looting its armory, officials said. The violence came as Britain's defense minister visited British troops in Basra, to the south.

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Drug May Ward Off Breast Cancer's Return

Updated: 12/08/2004 - A newer drug clearly outperforms tamoxifen at preventing breast cancer from returning and should become the first-choice treatment for most women who have had the disease, doctors are reporting.

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Body Struggles When Sleeping Time Changes

Updated: 12/08/2004 - A researcher studying sleep for NASA has found the body has more difficulty adjusting to different sleep times than previously thought.

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Disgruntled Troops Complain to Rumsfeld

Updated: 12/08/2004 - Disgruntled U.S. soldiers complained to Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld on Wednesday about the lack of armor for their vehicles and long deployments, drawing a blunt retort from the Pentagon chief.

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Senate Passes 9/11 Intel Reform Bill

Updated: 12/08/2004 - The Senate has overwhelmingly given final congressional approval to the bill that reorganizes the nation's intelligence operations.

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Peterson Jurors Won't Factor in Family

Updated: 12/08/2004 - Jurors won't be allowed to consider sympathy for Scott Peterson's family when they decide if he should receive the death penalty.

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