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Critics: Elite rangers not welcome at Texas border 25.9.2009 AP National
McALLEN, Texas (AP) -- Rancher Mike Landry recently came upon a group of unarmed men dressed in camouflage burglarizing his guest house and stealing a truck from his 11,000 acres in Terrell County, rugged country bordering the Rio Grande in West Texas....
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Critics: Elite rangers not welcome at Texas border (AP) 25.9.2009 Yahoo: US National
AP - Rancher Mike Landry recently came upon a group of unarmed men dressed in camouflage burglarizing his guest house and stealing a truck from his 11,000 acres in Terrell County, rugged country bordering the Rio Grande in West Texas. ...
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Seeds left by Ike bear fruit in Galveston 24.9.2009 Houston Chronicle: Texas
Gardeners are rejoicing at the sight of fruit, vegetables and trees coming from seeds scattered by the storm a year ago.


New Mexico's green chile, the real deal 23.9.2009 LA Times: Most Emailed
New Mexico's green chile, the real deal
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Texas Rangers Get Chilly Reception 20.9.2009 WSJ: Most Viewed Today
Texas Gov. Perry's latest initiative to stamp out illegal activity along the U.S.-Mexico border is igniting tempers in communities along the Rio Grande.
Caesar's dies! Mexico eatery known for salad shuts 19.9.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
Caesar's is dead. The Tijuana restaurant that popularized the Caesar salad has closed, an apparent victim of a tourism-dependent economy devastated by crime, drug violence and the swine flu.
Caesar's dies! Mexico eatery known for salad shuts 19.9.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Caesar's dies! Mexico eatery known for salad shuts
Rio Grande To Benefit From Sewer Plant Makeover 18.9.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
One of the West's most important water ways, the Rio Grande, will be getting an infusion of what officials say will be safer and cleaner water once a project to modernize New Mexico's largest wastewater treatment plant is done.
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UPDATED: Rio Grande To Benefit From Sewer Plant Makeover 18.9.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
One of the West's most important water ways, the Rio Grande, will be getting an infusion of what officials say will be safer and cleaner water once a project to modernize New Mexico's largest wastewater treatment plant is done.
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Expert says adding barriers to bridge would prevent suicides 17.9.2009 Albuquerque Journal: North
Taos Fire Chief Jim Fambro called the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge “godforsaken” and recalled attempting to talk down a woman named Alicia Lauritzen in 1996.
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UPDATED: Lawsuit Filed in N.M. Accuses FEMA of Ignoring Species Threats 17.9.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
UPDATED: Lawsuit Filed in N.M. Accuses FEMA of Ignoring Species Threats
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Barriers Could Stop Jumpers 17.9.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
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Lawsuit accuses FEMA of ignoring species threats 17.9.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is being sued again over accusations that it violated the Endangered Species Act by issuing flood insurance without determining whether development would impact imperiled plants and animals.
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Lawsuit accuses FEMA of ignoring species threats 17.9.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Lawsuit accuses FEMA of ignoring species threats
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Indicted South Texas lawmaker won't run 16.9.2009 Houston Chronicle: Texas
A South Texas legislator under indictment for not disclosing sources of income, real estate transactions and gifts has announced that he won't seek re-election next year.


Commissioner Helps Rio Grande Gorge Bridge Vendors 15.9.2009 Albuquerque Journal: North
Commissioner Helps Rio Grande Gorge Bridge Vendors
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Symposium explores acequias 14.9.2009 Albuquerque Journal: Business
SANTA FE – Acequia irrigation systems are an essential part of New Mexico agriculture along the Rio Grande. They are not just watering systems but are intrinsic to the society and culture of the communities in the Rio Grande Valley.
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Looking Back: Rio Grande to acquire stock of Moffat Road 13.9.2009 Steamboat Pilot

75 years ago — From the Friday, Sept. 14, 1934, edition of The Steamboat Pilot:

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'Crazy ants' crawl across Texas 11.9.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
Something crazy is spreading across Texas, and it may be so destructive that one day it will make Texans miss the hated fire ant. Crazy ants, so named...
Pitkin leash law nets few violators 11.9.2009 Steamboat Pilot

The majority of local dog owners appear to be keeping their canines on a short leash when hiking, judging from the low number of tickets issued this summer.

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