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Hi Brad! Clemens High School is wanting to line Schertz
Parkway on Saturday to see the Clemens Buffalos off to the 5A
Semifinals against the Katy Tigers.
Spread the word to Buffs fans. We're planning to line Schertz Parkway
to cheer the team members as they go from the fieldhouse to I-35. The
City of Schertz will provide a police escort for the Buffs. The bus
is scheduled to depart from the field house about 1:30 Saturday to go
to the Alamodome. Plan to be in place before then.
high' in lethal injection appeals U.S. Supreme
Court Justice Antonin Scalia's decision to halt the execution of a Texas
inmate Wednesday could open the door for similar delays in early 2004
and even lead to a re-examination of the constitutionality of the method
of lethal injection.
and Death Row "..last Friday, in the Texas
case of Richard Wayne Jones, a judge granted a prosecutor's motion to
conclude legal efforts to obtain evidence for testing -- the last barrier
stopping the state from destroying the evidence."
ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINE ISSUE
e-mail on price gouging Maryland
touts new Medicare drug benefit "..but
an audience at an Austin seniors center basically replied: "Now
you listen, Sonny."
place in aviation history
Democrats complain about convention hotel
When I attended
the Dems' national convention a few years ago in Chicago, the San
Antonio delegates were holed up in an ancient fleabag hotel that was
so scuzzy I checked out before I opened my suitcase. They should be
happy with what they have found in Boston.
redistricting trial kicks off
"..In the opening day of a federal trial over the GOP-backed plan,
Morris Overstreet, attorney for the Coalition of Black Democrats, likened
the map to poll taxes, literacy tests and other practices eventually
outlawed as obstructions to minority voting.
battle moves to U.S. Court The great Texas redistricting
brawl shifted into a federal court in Texas Thursday when the state's
ascendant Republicans, whose redrawn electoral map could yield as many
as seven new congressional seats for the GOP, squared off against aggrieved
Halliburton overbilled millions In excess of $60M
on each of two contracts In
the military's first public criticism of Halliburton subsidiary KBR
since the company went to work in Iraq, Pentagon officials said Thursday
that they had discovered "serious problems" with the company's
costs and demanded a detailed response.
soldiers ordered to have their beloved puppy killed Military
rules forbid pets in Iraq, so the dog had to go. "My husband was
devastated," says Maggie Ford, wife of Sgt. 1st Class Bill Ford,
who had hoped to bring the dog back to Florida. "We all cried when
we found out."
evades blame for Iraqi deaths The Associated Press reported
back in June that at least 3,240 Iraqi civilians were killed in the
first month of the American invasion. The AP reported that the "great
majority of civilian deaths appear to have been caused by US or British
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Virginia arrests alleged spammer A man alleged to be one
of the world's most notorious spammers was arrested Thursday in
North Carolina, accused by Virginia prosecutors of falsifying
the origin of e-mails that pitched low-priced "penny"
stocks and home-mortgage schemes.
Two men indicted on spam charges Virginia Attorney General
Jerry W. Kilgore announced yesterday the nation's first felony
indictment under an antispam law after police arrested a suspected
spammer on charges of sending out millions of fraudulent e-mail
messages from his home in North Carolina.
are the armed pilots?
mutilations ground 4 endangered pelicans
council okays Lowe's over aquifer
dog found in a landfill refuses to die "The dog was euthanized
with drugs, presumed dead, put into a plastic bag and then a trash
compactor and compressed, and survived that. It's just amazing it
lived through that whole mess."
studies IE flaw that helps identity theives
Rush job to save face
NY Daily News Exclusive: Rush Limbaugh's
spin team came up with a secret plan to save their boss after the
conservative commentator admitted he was addicted to painkillers,
the Daily News learned yesterday. Fearing that Limbaugh, who once
called for jailing junkies, might be branded a hypocrite and lose
the loyalty of his right-wing listeners, his team sprang into action.
years later, same toys
Care Bears, My Little Pony, and He-Man are flying off the shelves,
thanks to Gen-Xers, who grew up with the toys in the 1980s.
call this a bonus?