Monthly Archives: November 2014

For area seniors, taking bus or train has its advantages

The last time Michael Hardy rode a city bus before a recent chilly Tuesday morning, he was taking it to high school – in 1954. Much has changed since the 74-year-old and other seniors bumping along Scott Street in a … Continue reading

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I-10 snafu shows more trucks bring more accidents

Repairs were expected to be completed by midnight Tuesday, with the roadway fully open to traffic in time for the Wednesday morning rush hour, according to TXDOT Though the details of the accident were still being determined, transportation experts said … Continue reading

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New paid ride entrants rolling through city process

After years of anchoring morning radio newscasts, Rod Rice is an early riser. This made it easy for him to be first in line for a city permit to drive his personal vehicle and pick up passengers. Being retired didn’t … Continue reading

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