Tuesday, March 2, 2004 New pages by 10 a.m. Monday-Friday
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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
NASA 1pm: "Liquid water once drenched Mars"
TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY
2 San Jacinto, where Texas won its independence from Mexico, slowly getting improvements Gone is a slight ridge in the middle of the battlefield that, along with coastal grasses and mossy live oaks, gave the advancing Texians the element of surprise. The land is roughly 10 feet lower in elevation -- the result of years of unrestrained groundwater pumping. Sediment dredged from the adjacent Houston Ship Channel has been dumped on what was the Texians' camp.
Did you know
the TEXAS FLAG was not adopted until August 1933? That's right.
It's been the official Texas flag for just 70 years. See
Okay, I admit it, I faked the animation myself.
Bacteria run wild, defying antibiotics Staphylococcus aureus are rapidly becoming resistant to the antibiotics that have been used to treat them for decades
Antibacterials offer little protection, study says The antibacterial soaps, laundry detergents and other household cleaning products that have become increasingly popular in recent years apparently offer few safeguards against common germs
Woman upset after appearing on Dr. Phil's "Kick 'em out!" show "I had a really bad experience. He basically ambushed us."
Can you own too many cars? In Berkeley, yes. The liberal city considers taxing people who own three cars.
Nancy Drew and the Case of the Changing World This month, Simon & Schuster is giving the classic series a makeover. The titian-haired sleuth is now a strawberry blonde and she volunteers at an animal shelter. She's traded in her blue Mustang convertible for a hybrid car. She's Internet savvy and carries a cell- phone. The new books are now narrated in first person.
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