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a town in southeast Texas on Galveston Island

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Home and business owners in the Tyler, Texas and Galveston, Texas areas know how difficult it can be to eliminate fire ants.
By the way, Kennedy's explanation also didn't account for how a Category Four storm that hit Galveston, Texas, way back in 1900 and killed some 8,000 could have happened, since global warming would not supposedly occur until more than a century later.
Rita has changed course, meaning it could head towards Port Arthur, Texas, or Lake Charles, Louisiana, rather than its expected destination of Houston and Galveston, Texas.
It was expected to hit land in the early hours of Saturday and is aimed directly at Galveston, Texas - 360 miles from New Orleans.
Bush, asking a Galveston, Texas, crowd on April 26 about the local gay and lesbian beach event, which catered to heterosexual families when Bush was growing up in Texas
19-22 National Association of Catastrophe Adjusters, Annual Meeting and Convention, San Luis Resort Spa & Conference Center, Galveston, Texas.
To examine characteristics associated with victimization of women by their male partners, researchers recruited sexually active women who visited either of two community-based family planning clinics in Galveston, Texas, between April 1997 and January 1998.
From Britain to Galveston, Texas, erosion is causing beaches shrink and coastal bluffs to collapse, while global warming is making everything worse by raising ocean levels.
Liturgiam authenticam, issued May 8, 2001, was welcomed by then president Bishop Joseph Fiorenza of Galveston, Texas in June.
JO2 Henck is a reservist who in civilian life teaches social studies at George Ball High School, Galveston, Texas.
Austin places the Webbs in Galveston, Texas, in 1871, says that Webb edited a short-lived radical newspaper while there, and asserts that the Webbs continued to live in Galveston for several years--with Frank working as a postal clerk between 1872 and 1880.
One hundred years ago on an unsettled September morning, large waves began rolling in from the Gulf of Mexico at Galveston, Texas.
On September 9, 1900, the impossible destroyed Galveston, Texas.
He lost a ton of money on the Star of Texas that was going to be the largest "day cruise-to-nowhere" gambling ship in the world when Galveston, Texas didn't approve land-based gambling on a timely basis.
Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas, with the announcement that all slaves were to be freed, marking the actual end of slavery in this country.