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Article By: Austin College
Posted: 7/31/2014
Views: 25  Impressions: 530
Categories: Education

ATP Students Host Summer Camp by Austin College
When it’s July in Texas, discussions of the weather generally come down to one word: hot. For the past two weeks, discussions among 50 elementary school students also have included rain, clouds, hurricanes, and even blizzards. They’ve also talked about into volcanoes, earthquakes, floods, and other natural disasters.

The first- through fourth-grade students, representing several Grayson County elementary schools, spent the entire morning each day at Jefferson School in the in the annual summer enrichment program, offered by Austin College students and faculty of the Austin Teacher Program (ATP). During this year’s program, the students explored elements of weather and natural . . .
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Article By: Austin College
Posted: 7/24/2014
Views: 84  Impressions: 4729
Categories: Education, Entertainment: Events

Summer Science Splash Camp" Begins in 2014 by Austin College
Middle school students who love science or want to learn more are invited to the newly instituted “Summer Science Splash Camp” at Austin College during summer 2014. No particular advance science knowledge is required; students should come motivated to learn and have fun in the process. The week-long residential summer camp includes research and science exploration led by certified science teachers during the day and plenty of fun activities outside the lab in the late afternoon and evening, supervised by camp counselors who are well-trained Austin College students.
The Summer Science Splash Camp is now accepting registrations. The camp is sponsored . . .
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Article By: Texas Department of Transportation
Posted: 7/22/2014
Views: 110  Impressions: 6030
Categories: Entertainment: Travel, Politics

TxDOT Effort Makes Child Safety Seats a Priority by Texas Department of Transportation
Offices Statewide Gear Up to Help Save Young Lives

Paris -- The National Highway Safety Administration estimates that roughly three of every four child safety seats are not used correctly. TxDOT offices statewide now offer parental education on the installation and proper use of child passenger safety seats.

Area offices can also provide safety seat inspections by appointment, and distribute one free child passenger safety seat per child to qualified applicants. The effort will help reduce the . . .
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Article By: Preston Trail NSDAR
Posted: 7/21/2014
Views: 132  Impressions: 7044
Categories: Government: City, Education, Entertainment: The Arts, Government: County, Home Life, Local News, Social Services

Preston Trail DAR holds American History Essay Contest by Preston Trail NSDAR
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution announces its annual American History Essay Contest to celebrate America’s history. All fifth- through eighth-grade students in public, private, and parochial schools or those who are home-schooled are eligible to participate. Students may also independently submit essays directly to the judging committee.

Marking the 125th anniversary of Ellis Island as an immigration station, the topic for the 2014-2015 academic year is “A Child’s Journey Through Ellis . . .
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Article By: Edward Jones - Asa Jessee,CRPC® - Financial Advisor
Posted: 7/17/2014
Views: 143  Impressions: 8500
Categories: Financial: Investment, Financial: Retirement, Local News

What Can Investors Learn from the All Stars?  by Edward Jones - Asa Jessee,CRPC® - Financial Advisor

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Baseball’s best players gathered in Minneapolis this week to participate in the All-Star Game. If you’re a fan or even a “weekend athlete,” you can admire these players for their abilities, even if you — like the vast majority of humanity — can’t hope to duplicate them. But if you’re an investor, you may be able to learn some practical lessons from . . .
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Article By: Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
Posted: 7/17/2014
Views: 125  Impressions: 7859
Categories: Politics

Interim Charges for House Committees by Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
This week I will discuss the interim charges recently issued to the House Committee on Public Health. Interim charges are the issues that the Speaker asks committees to study during the time between regular legislative sessions in order to make recommendations for legislation for the following legislative session. The charges are good indicators of what legislation the legislature will take up during the next session. Legislators rely on public input when crafting legislation, and it . . .
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Article By: Texas Department of Transportation
Posted: 7/11/2014
Views: 211  Impressions: 12161
Categories: Entertainment: Travel, Local News

Overnight Lane Closures set for Loy Lake Road Bridge on July 17 by Texas Department of Transportation
PARIS – Motorists who travel on US Highway 75 in the Sherman-Denison area should make special note of construction at the Loy Lake Road Bridge on July 17. Weather permitting, the Texas Department of Transportation will close a portion of US 75 from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. to install a bridge beam across southbound traffic lanes.

Motorists traveling southbound on US 75 will be diverted onto the frontage road before reaching the Loy Lake Road . . .
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Article By: Texas Department of Transportation
Posted: 7/11/2014
Views: 223  Impressions: 11768
Categories: Entertainment: Travel, Internet

NEW TxDOT WEB APP HELPS DRIVERS SAVE MONEY, REDUCE EMISSIONS by Texas Department of Transportation
Roadcents’ app supports ‘ effort to protect air quality, track vehicle maintenance

AUSTIN — Keeping vehicles road-ready and saving money at the pump is now easier than ever thanks to a new smartphone Web app from the Texas Department of Transportation. Along with helpful hints for keeping vehicles operating efficiently, the “Roadcents.org” app also offers tips for reducing tailpipe emissions that contribute to air pollution.

“A vehicle in peak condition will produce fewer emissions, reduce the . . .
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Article By: Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
Posted: 7/11/2014
Views: 231  Impressions: 11453
Categories: Politics

Interim Charges for House Committees by Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
This week I will discuss the interim charges recently issued to the House Committee on Public Education. Interim charges are the issues that the Speaker asks committees to study during the time between regular legislative sessions in order to make recommendations for legislation for the following legislative session. The charges are good indicators of what legislation the legislature will take up during the next session. Legislators rely on public input when crafting legislation, and it . . .
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