Monthly Archives: August 2011

Unemployed Illinois man harvests money from garden.

The old adage about how eating broccoli is good for you must be true. An Illinois man was rummaging in his backyard garden looking for some fresh vegetables when he discovered a duffle back among the rows. It was filled … Continue reading

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No more rumors: A&M to leave Big12 Conference.

The cat is out of the bag and the Aggies are out of the Big12. Well – not completely out, but out of the closet about their intentions. Texas A&M has released a statement indicating that the school has contacted … Continue reading

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Range fires persist near Fort Worth

Too much water is the problem on the east coast, following rains and surges associated with Hurricane Irene. Lest anyone forget, the lack of water has been going on in Texas and the western half of Oklahoma for months and … Continue reading

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Bad news is good news for Barnes & Noble

Different rules apply when reporting about big business, particularly those enterprises suffering from the ups and downs of the economy. Take, for example, Barnes & Noble – the nation’s largest traditional bookseller. The New York-based retailer is reporting first quarter … Continue reading

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