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By Anna Reyes/The Daily Cougar
No more 'red glare': Although many fireworks stands opened for business
at the end of June for Harris County, residents like Victoria Alonso were
not allowed to use the fireworks. Fines ranged from $500 to $2,000 for
each individual firework.
funds in line for research
Texas public universities will now
have aid in improving research by taking advantage of the Texas Emerging
Technology Fund, which was signed by Gov. Rick Perry last month.
both sides before you decide
There is this news clip that keeps
running on many different shows of Tom Cruise basically berating pseudo
journalist Matt Lauer about psychiatry and drugs.
to basics: UH camps tutor area youths
Students who ventured into the Athletic/Alumni
Center in June and saw a large number of kids playing basketball on the
UH courts may have been under the impression that the facility was serving
as a part-time daycare center.
Fighters fade with 'Honor'
Before another Foo Fighters' review
runs, something must be said: David Grohl was part of Nirvana - not the
entire band - so people need to stop waiting for him and the Foo Fighters
to make the next Nirvana record. OK, now on with the review.
Volume 70, Issue 152, Tuesday, July 5, 2005
New funds in line for research
Bill aims at aiding schools
UH's newsman, spokesman remembers his past
Hear both sides before you decide
Pro-lifers leave women few options
Back to basics: UH camps tutor area
Despite six titles, Armstrong still
disrespected by the French
Foo Fighters fade with 'Honor'
Dieters should avoid trends for best results
Nike, rip-offs help end culture