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Fruits of summer and their benefits

Now that summer is truly here, it is time to keep yourself hydrated and nourished more than ever. With the sun wrecking havoc, it is easy not only to lose your cool, but also your energy. The heat…

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TOP THINGS TO DO WITH KIDS THIS SUMMER IN AUSTIN

With so many great activities for kids, it’s easy to see why Austin is such a fun vacation spot for families. Here are some areas of town your kids (and you) will love to explore: You can spend…

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Memorials to Fallen Dallas Police Officers in Texas and Beyond

Last month, a gunman ambushed a group of police officers in Dallas, Texas. He opened fire on the group and ultimately killed five policemen. Nine other were injured, as well as a couple of civilians…

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What Are Your Rights at U.S.-Mexico Border Patrol Checkpoints?

by Julián Aguilar, The Texas Tribune Aug. 2, 2016 As part of our ongoing Bordering on Insecurity series, we’ve asked residents to help us report on the Texas-Mexico border by sharing their…

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Celebrate Spring with Environmentally-Friendly Scholarships

Spring – a time of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, and regrowth – and of course, new and fresh scholarships. In lieu of the more temperate weather, blooming flowers and wildlife,…

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Senior Student awarded $130K Austin Texas Exes scholarship

Senior student  has turned his work ethic, attitude of service and high grade-point average into a $130,000 scholarship to attend the Austin Texas Exes. The program features a merit-based…

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No Revenge for Austin Texas Exes

“We’re not ready to play,” Coach  Strong said, at Saturday night’s press conference following the BYU game. From the look of things, he was right. His defensive coordinator, Charlie ,…

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