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Harris County Tejano Democrats Endorse Adrian Garcia for Congress

Largest and oldest Hispanic Democratic organization joins Garcia’s growing Coalition for Change

The Harris County Tejano Democrats voted to endorse Adrian Garcia yesterday, joining a growing coalition of supporters – including Houston Black American Democrats, the Houston GLBT Political Caucus, Blue America, environmental activists, law enforcement, clergy members, and civil rights leaders – who have endorsed Adrian Garcia as the best choice to help a district with some of the worst conditions in America.

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New Classroom Wing at Grady MS is Open for Learning

Grady Middle School students stepped inside their new $14.8 million classroom wing today – the first day of classes in the new building. With natural light streaming into classrooms and shared collaborative spaces, and flexible furniture placed throughout, the new wing truly reflects a modern learning environment.

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Hometown baseball player, Caleb Ramsey and Ms. Texas, Sarah Blanton create a foundation to show children DREAMS ARE REALITY

Washington Nationals AAA player, Caleb Ramsey and his girlfriend, Ms. Texas United States, Sarah Marie Blanton, created DREAMS ARE REALITY benefit the future of neglected, homeless, foster or orphaned children in the United States. Partnering with athletes, sports venues and community organizations they host children during once-in-a-lifetime sporting events. The Foundation promotes that DREAMS ARE REALITY and reveals to children their importance to our community and future.

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Young Joins Seasons Hospice Team in Houston

Allison Young, RN, will be joining the Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care team in Houston as its Executive Director. Young brings eight years of hospice experience with her to Seasons, having worked in both administrative and clinical roles. She is a Houston resident, and is intimately familiar with the end-of-life needs of the Houston community.

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67th Annual Pony Express Ride

The Harris County Sheriff’s Mounted Patrol 67th Annual Pony Express Ride will deliver 2016 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ invitations for the Texas governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, agriculture commissioner and speaker of the house.

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Actor Wendell Pierce Opens Grocer in New Orleans

Wendell Pierce is known for his acting but now he will be known for his business sense. Pierce along with two business partners opened a grocery store in New Orleans for low-income families called Sterling Farms according to the New York Times.

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Commissioner Locke Announces Precinct One Will Improve Streets Near NRG Park in Time for 2017 Super Bowl

Harris County Commissioner Gene L. Locke said Thursday that Precinct One plans to spend $12.5 million to repair city of Houston streets in the NRG Park area in time for Super Bowl 2017.

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Saving Face: How to Protect Your Skin Against Brutal Winter Conditions

Life Extension® doctor said daily use of new plant oil supplement can boost and maintain skin moisture by replacing lost "ceramides"-- from the inside out

As winter weather visits us once again, so does the problem of "winter skin"- that dreaded skin dryness on the face, hands, and feet. For many of us, winter skin means more than just an uncomfortable, tight, dry feeling: our skin becomes so moisture-deficient it begins to chap, flake, and even crack.

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Civil and Human Rights Coalition Endorses John King Nomination as Secretary of Education

Wade Henderson, president and CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, issued the following statement in support of the nomination of Acting Secretary of Education John King to be Secretary of Education:

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NABJ & NAHJ Urge News Organizations to Use Journalists and Political Analysts of Color in Presidential Election

As the campaign for U.S. president moves to more diverse states, the presidents of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) ask news organizations to diversify their reporting and analysis teams to reflect those states and the campaign to come.

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