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June 25, 2009 RSS feed / General Stories

Texas Unemployment Rises to 7.1 Percent

State far below national rate of 9.4

Texas' seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose in May to 7.1 percent and continued to trend well below the national rate of 9.4 percent. The Texas unemployment rate was up from a revised 6.6 percent in April when the U.S. More...

Easing the Burden on Closing Auto Dealers, Employees, & Communities

On May 13, 2009, Russell Aubrey Whatley received a letter that would change his life. In the perfunctory letter, Chrysler informed Mr. More...

Lexington Residents Receive Degrees and Honors from A&M

On Monday, Texas A&M University awarded diplomas to six students from Lexington, and named four as its honor students for the spring 2009 semester, recognizing them for outstanding academic performance. More...

Free Homebuying, Selling Informative Event Saturday

With so much confusion circulating on the economy and national real estate market, Here & Now Facts About Homeownership in Central Texas is the first real estate forum bringing real estate experts and local homeowners together to discuss homeowners More...

Legislation Expected to Bring Up to 900 New Doctors to Rural, Border and Urban Areas

Governor Rick Perry has signed House Bill 2154 into law, historic legislation that strengthens the state's Physician Education Loan Repayment Program and improves incentives to bring up to 900 new doctors into medically underserved areas of Texas. More...

Texas Cattle Raisers Urge Senate to Stop Clean Water Restoration Act

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee today passed a bill out of committee that would give the federal government regulatory authority over stock tanks, drainage ditches and any water features found on family ranches despite large oppos More...














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