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HSU Students Urged to ‘Shine Like Stars’

Dr. Albert Reyes, President of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, urged students to “shine like stars in a dark world” during his address at Hardin-Simmons University’s 2005 fall Convocation in Abilene, Texas. Convocation is the official opening of the academic year, and Behrens Chapel was packed with the largest student body ever enrolled at…

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HSU Leadership Awards

HSU Leadership AwardsBy Joe Starkey Tomorrow’s Leaders Today Scholarships were presented to Christina Bull, Lauren Clemons and Sarah Rousseau and the Erin Greer Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Lindy Morff. Candidates for President of the Freshman Class, David DeLaCruz and Ryan Jones gave short speeches to get out the vote in their favor Guest speaker,…

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Welcome To Texas Fellow Americans

Welcome To Texas Fellow AmericansEditorial by Floyd E. MillerThis past week has evoked all types of thoughts and emotions. In the early aftermath of Hurricane Katrina I must say that I was hurt, frustrated and saddened in the way that our government handled {{more}} the rescue and recovery. Today I must say that I am…

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West Nile confirmed in Abilene mosquitoes

ABILENE, Texas – The City of Abilene has received test results thatconfirm the presence of West Nile Virus in adult mosquitoes from theAbilene/Taylor County area. {{more}} The Texas Department of State Health Services notified the city’sEnvironmental Health section on Aug. 10, 2005, that one of the individualsamples of adult mosquitoes submitted from Abilene has tested…

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