Thursday, March 18, 2004 New pages by 10 a.m. Monday-Friday
Bluebonnets now blooming in median of Harry Wurzbach -Brad
Also along 281 between Bitters and Hildebrand -Anne
defends airport workers bypassing gun checks "..allowing
the more than 1 million ground employees at U.S. airports to bypass
security checkpoints that screen for weapons."
Media briefing on cost of Iraq war cancelled Deaths and suicides are disclosed if reporters ask, but not routinely reported
Tennessee county wants to banish homosexuals Rhea County, about 30 miles north of Chattanooga, is among the most conservative in Tennessee. It holds an annual festival commemorating the 1925 trial that convicted John T. Scopes on charges of teaching evolution
Spam driving down e-mail use A new federal anti-spam law has done little to decrease the amount of junk e-mail flooding Americans' in-boxes, according to a survey released today that found the mounting spam problem has prompted nearly 30 percent of respondents to reduce their use of e-mail.
seizes circus elephants For the first time ever, the federal
government has removed a herd of circus animals from an owner accused
of mistreating and mishandling his animals.
Affordable housing official gives up on finding affordable home "..what he learned during his year in Ventura County, California: Affordable housing is hard to find and even the middle class is slowly being priced out."
Shootout over Billy the Kid Two towns battle over which one is home to the remains of the notorious outlaw
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