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Friday, March 30, 9:32am News Highlights

Houston Chronicle, March 29, 2007 GALVESTON - The City of Galveston proclaimed March 23 Grace Decker Day, in honor of the oldest graduate of the School of Nursing at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Decker, 104, graduated from the school in 1929. She was presented with the... more »

Friday, March 30, 9:31am News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 30, 2007 GALVESTON - Preparations are under way at Moody Gardens for two days of three-sport competition. The inaugural Lone Star Triathlon Festival, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, has attracted nearly 2,000 athletes to Galveston to swim in Offatts Bayou, cycle... more »

Friday, March 30, 9:31am News Highlights

Cameron Herald, March 29, 2007 CAMERON - Well-wishers crowded into Bea's Kitchen March 24 to celebrate Dr. Sidney Richardson Day as proclaimed by Cameron Mayor Bill Meacham. A reception hosted by Central Texas Hospital and its Auxiliary volunteers honored Dr. Richardson on 50 years in medical... more »

Thursday, March 29, 8:27am News Highlights

Baytown Sun, March 28, 2007 BAYTOWN - Retired ophthalmologist Dr. Richard Thomson didn't graduate from the University of Texas, but that doesn't mean he isn't one of Baytown's proudest Longhorns. He left Austin in 1954 for the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, where he ultimately... more »

Thursday, March 29, 8:26am News Highlights

The Galveston County Daily News, March 29, 2007 By Heber Taylor GALVESTON - Who is responsible when a drug that has been approved for medical treatment later proves to cause cancer? Is it the drug industry? The scientists who do the research? Federal regulators? Or the doctor who prescribed the... more »

Wednesday, March 28, 12:18pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 25, 2007 GALVESTON -- About a month ago, LouCille Scoggins got sick after eating what she now believes to be tainted peanut butter. The 87-year-old Dickinson resident came down with Salmonella poisoning - something that could have been life threatening for someone... more »

Wednesday, March 28, 12:17pm News Highlights

Nacogdoches Daily Sentinel, March 27, 2007 NACOGDOCHES -- It has almost been two years since that first shotgun blast blew off her elbow... almost two years since Jennifer Holliday watched helplessly as her 18-year-old cousin took a second point-blank shot to the head.... almost two years since she... more »

Wednesday, March 28, 12:15pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 27, 2007 GALVESTON - When Benjamin Hughes heard about the Wilderness Medicine Society, he thought about hiking and backpacking, activities he enjoys. Hughes, co-director of the society's chapter at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, founded in... more »

Wednesday, March 28, 12:14pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 28, 2007 GALVESTON - Mikail Davenport choked up as he pedaled down Eighth Street, each push bringing him closer to the front doors of the hospital where his most painful memories live. For the past three weeks, Davenport, 58 of Austin, has pedaled across the state... more »

Wednesday, March 28, 12:14pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 28, 2007 By Sally Robinson and Keith Bly Bullying is not new in public and private schools. Arriving students have always suffered a temporary pariah status upon entering a different school. Big kids have long insulted, abused and in other ways lorded it over the... more »

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