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Bartolo Colon perfect into 8th, Rangers beat Astros 3-1 in 10

Bartolo Colon perfect into 8th, Rangers beat Astros 3-1 in 10



2018-04-16T08:30:00+0000

A 44-year-old pitcher carried a perfect game into the eighth for the Texas Rangers during their 3-1 victory over the Houston Astros in 10 innings.

Age is only a number and Bartolo Colon is evidence of that.



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Ruben is at the new Sherlock Holmes exhibit at Houston Museum of Natural Science! Check it out... 🧐

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UTEP - The University of Texas at El Paso

Watch this video to learn more about Will Hernandez, an offensive lineman from UTEP projected to be picked in the first or second round of the NFL Draft in some mock drafts. ‬
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This year’s FloraFest will include a guest lecture from David Cristiani at 6 p.m. Friday, April 27 in the Undergraduate Learning Center (UGLC), Room 116. Cristiani will present on the ecological reasons to cultivate arid land gardens – namely those for the Chihuahuan Desert – detail designs that work and don’t work, and assist in solving typical garden design issues. Reception to follow. 🤙🌻🌸🌿
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FloraFest Native Plant Sale Set for Saturday, April 28 and Sunday, April 29

The UTEP Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens presents FloraFest, the annual event where shoppers can choose from more than 2,000 native and desert-adapted plants and visit with local Master Gardeners and other plant experts for advice on how to care for their plants at home.

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This year’s FloraFest will include a guest lecture from David Cristiani at 6 p.m. Friday, April 27 in the Undergraduate Learning Center (UGLC), Room 116. Cristiani will present on the ecological reasons to cultivate arid land gardens – namely those for the Chihuahuan Desert – detail designs that work and don’t work, and assist in solving typical garden design issues. Reception to follow. 🤙🌻🌸🌿

 

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As a way to highlight the outstanding research, scholarly and creative projects being conducted by undergraduate students at UTEP, the Campus Office of Undergraduate Research Initiatives (COURI) hosted a symposium on April 21, 2018 where undergraduate students were able to present and discuss their work. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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In July of 1959, the Viet Cong killed two American soldiers and wounded a third in an ambush at a South Vietnamese army camp in the small town of Bien Hoa about 20 miles northeast of Saigon.

The Viet Cong had been regularly assassinating South Vietnamese officials, but except for a single 1957 incident they had refrained from attacking Americans. The Bien Hoa assault signaled that they were refraining no longer.

Killed that day were Maj. Dale Richard Buis and Master Sgt. Chester M. Ovnand. Both of the slain Americans were career military men. Born in Pender, Nebraska, in 1921, Maj. Buis had served in World War II and Korea. He’d been at Bien Hoa only two days, and the night he was killed, he was showing his new comrades pictures of his three young sons, who were back home with his wife in Imperial Beach, California. Master Sgt. Ovnand, 45, had just written a letter to his wife back in Copperas Cove, Texas. He was the first Texan casualty of the war.

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Killed that day were Maj. Dale Richard Buis and Master Sgt. Chester M. Ovnand. Both of the slain Americans were career military men. Born in Pender, Nebraska, in 1921, Maj. Buis had served in World War II and Korea. He’d been at Bien Hoa only two days, and the night he was killed, he was showing his new comrades pictures of his three young sons, who were back home with his wife in Imperial Beach, California. Master Sgt. Ovnand, 45, had just written a letter to his wife back in Copperas Cove, Texas. He was the first Texan casualty of the war.

This weekend, you can view their names along with 58,307 other fallen service members as part of the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall exhibit at the Camp Mabry Open House and Air Show event. The event runs April 21st and 22nd from 8AM to 5PM and is free and open to the public.

 

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