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TEEX TEEX delivers capstone course for National Emergency Management Executive Academy

“The national executives were selected by FEMA to attend the first series of four in-residence courses to be completed over a two-year period. The first course in the series focused on leadership and was presented by Harvard University. The second … Continue reading

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Loan Audit School For Professionals™ | Foreclosure News | Foreclosure Attorney & Foreclosure Defense Information

“Generally speaking, if the DOT/Mortgage has been transferred, the Note should have been transferred at the same time. I just looked at a case where the Allonges to the Note were created at closing, with the mortgage broker signing the … Continue reading

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Senator Fraser Asks Area Residents for Support of State Water Plan and Its Funding

“We’ve had trouble getting past the ‘yuck factor’ but we are just going to have to recognize that if we are going to survive long-term with water supply, it’s one of the things we are probably going to have to … Continue reading

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How a goat-farming immigrant changed everything

“The son of an immigrant Greek goat herder who settled in Galveston, Texas, Mitchell studied petroleum engineering at Texas A&M University, where he graduated first in his class and developed an uncanny knack for finding oil.” via How a goat-farming … Continue reading

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Houston Is Unstoppable: Why Texas’ Juggernaut Is America’s #1 Job Creator – Derek Thompson – The Atlantic

“It dominated the recession, crushed the recovery, and in a new analysis of jobs recovered since the downturn, its largest city stands apart as the most powerful job engine in the country — by far.” via Houston Is Unstoppable: Why … Continue reading

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Texas Mutual Pays $175 Million Policyholder Dividend – MarketWatch

“This is the 15th consecutive year Texas Mutual has paid dividends, bringing the total to almost $1.4 billion. The company has paid the majority of that total – $1 billion – since 2007. ‘Texas Mutual is a policyholder-owned company,’ Bob … Continue reading

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Study projects 31 million sq. ft. of office/mixed-use space in Energy Corridor by 2030 – Your Houston News: News

Office and retail buildings under construction and proposed, according to CDS, could soon bring 22,000 additional employees to the District, now one of the largest workforce centers along the Gulf Coast. The ECD’s employment base is expected to grow from … Continue reading

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Three Things to Know About the Health Insurance Marketplace | Town Square Buzz

TownSquareBuzz.com has partnered with Be Covered Texas and Healthcare.gov to provide McKinney residents with information about the federal health care law, which requires all Americans to carry health insurance (if you don’t already have it) or pay a fine by … Continue reading

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150 years later, a Texas titan is commemorated – Houston Chronicle

“Time’s passage has restored Houston to the pantheon of Texas heroes, and thousands of present-day Texans are expected to throng the old Houston home site this weekend as the Huntsville museum commemorates the 150th anniversary of his death. The Houston … Continue reading

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Montrose named among 10 great neighborhoods – Houston Chronicle

Montrose named among 10 great neighborhoods – Houston Chronicle. This is an older article, but still good information for this older historic and urban neighborhood. “Lyndon B. Johnson and Howard Hughes once lived there. Banker Paul Broussard was stabbed to death in Montrose by a … Continue reading

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