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Posts Tagged : South Texas

The University of Texas Pan-American

UT-Pan American president pledges to give bonuses away

Reeve Hamilton, The Texas Tribune | Aug 30, 2012

University of Texas-Pan American President Robert Nelsen won’t be participating in the University of Texas System’s new incentive pay plan — at least, he won't directly benefit from the plan. Nelsen, who…

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George P. Bush pushing GOP's Hispanic Outreach

Jay Root, The Texas Tribune | Aug 30, 2012

George P. Bush, nephew and grandson of two former presidents, is stepping up his efforts to drive more Hispanics into the Texas Republican Party.

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A photo of the airport in Brownsville, Texas during the 1930s. (Photo courtesy of Tequila Group)

FFA funds study for new Brownsville airport passenger terminal

Michael Jones & Larry A. Brown, Brownsville-SPI Intl Airport | Aug 30, 2012

A federal grant allows the Brownsville-South Padre Island International Airport to conduct studies to see what areas need improvements.

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A view of Old Main at Texas State Univeristy. (

Texas State Univ. Receives Major Gift for Water Research

Reeve Hamilton, The Texas Tribune | Aug 26, 2012

With plans Friday to rename Texas State University's River Systems Institute, the Texas State University System Board of Regents aims to recognize a Dallas-based philanthropic organization.

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Peace Corps

As Climate Hurts Cattle, Ranchers Turn to Genetics

Carlos Morales, KUT News via Texas Tribune | Aug 26, 2012

For years researchers have been studying how to develop cattle that are heat and drought tolerant. And while crossbreeding isn't a new development, it's becoming more common among Texas ranchers as summers become drier and hotter.

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