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Hondo Maze - Ken and Laurie Graff at 7A Ranch in Hondo have a terrific Spurs maze this year. Their website

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10/28/03 Army. Sgt. Michael Paul Barrera of Von Ormy
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Chinook choppers in Iraq won't fly in daytime

1 Touch-Screen Voting Could Present Problem for Floridians With the 2004 presidential election just a year away, cutting edge voting machines once touted as foolproof are coming under fire.
"There's no paper trail," said Rep. Robert Wexler, D-Fla., "And there's no assurance that what you put into the machines actually happens."

2 A better ballot? Electronic ballots, hailed as the antidote to hanging chads, will make a mark on Election Day. But critics warn of risks to democracy.

Former POW Jessica Lynch plans June wedding

Wal-Mart sting reveals foreign recruiting firms

Trial set to begin for plague researcher Butler said FBI agents tricked him into saying he had destroyed the vials so they could calm public fears and close the case. Butler said agents told him he would not be charged.

Ultralight industry cleared for takeoff

 
Man drops cell phone in train toilet, jams arm

Low-key Houston builder state's top political donor Perry Homes does business in Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin and McAllen. Last year, the company closed more than 1,500 sales with total revenue of $420 million..

Home health care database rating made public
The entire database is HERE

Letterman ratings falling further behind Leno

Army Times
‘Something’ felled an M1A1 Abrams tank in Iraq – but what?

Pentagon has changed its language "..certain words and phrases --descriptive nouns like “bomb” and “ambush,” along with less surprising terms like “WMD” -- are missing in action, at least from the Pentagon’s briefings."

Simpsons creator made up FoxNews lawsuit story "The Simpsons" (the show, not the characters) issued an apology yesterday: "Matt was being satirical and certainly there was never any issue between the show and Fox News. We regret any confusion."

No terror suspects nabbed on border But death toll rising among migrants along Mexican frontier

Bus driver fired after slapping boy who kept saying "penis" The 12-year-old boy's response to the bus driver's request to stop was that "penis" isn't a derogatory word, but is in fact, a scientific term.

Woman windsurfs across Pacific Ocean

Drugs in the car, and no one owns up. Is everyone liable?

Does a Presidential Iraq Executive Order Take Away Tort Victims' Right To Sue? Protecting Halliburton at the Expense of Injured Workers

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Vehicle Emissions Tests Don't Help
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SelectSmart.com 2004 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SELECTOR

2004 election calendar
The 2004 political calendar is front-loaded with key presidential primaries. This means the Democratic candidate for president could be decided by early March.