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Early voting for March 9 Republican and Democratic primaries. Where to vote: Bexar 210 335-VOTE Guadalupe 830 303-6363 Kerr 830 792-2242 Comal 830 620-5513 Wilson 830 393-7380 Medina 830 741-6100 Kendall 830 249-9343 Bandera 830 796-3731
Council will try to get 3 three-year terms If voters agree to three 3s in May 15 election, current two-term councilmen could not run for reelection now, but could run again later because the lifetime ban would be eliminated
Congress praises Clear Channel cleanup Congressmen praised the president of the nation's largest radio chain yesterday for pulling Howard Stern off the air, but scolded him for suggesting that his company might not pay the indecency fine levied against it last month.
jocks feeling jolt of airwave cleansing Clear Channel may have
dumped Stern and Bubba the Love Sponge, but it recently added controversial
radio jock Michael Savage to its lineup at KPRC in Houston.
State board approves toll conversion rules Reaction from the public and the politicians who answer to it has indicated in recent months that Texas is unlikely to see an existing road converted to a turnpike anytime soon. But just in case, and because state law requires it to do so, the Texas Transportation Commission on Thursday approved rules for converting free roads to toll roads.
Guantanamo trial outcomes completely irrelevant "Pentagon officials have confirmed that Guantanamo detainees may still be kept in detention, even if they are found not guilty by a military tribunal. They say detainees could be kept prisoner if they are considered a security risk. If found guilty, they could also be held beyond any sentence laid down by the tribunal..."
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