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Disclaimer. Morningstar: Morningstar, Inc. Factset: FactSet Research Systems Inc. Dr. Parra is in his 26th year of serving public school education in Texas. During those years, he has served as a high school English teacher in the Seguin and New Braunfels ISDs, six years as a district level administrator in the New Braunfels ISD, eight years as a campus administrator in the Wylie ISD, three years as an Assistant Superintendent in the Kerrville ISD, and is in his sixth year as Superintendent in the Lockhart Independent School District.
RAIN/STORMS RETURN: Clouds will increase today, and we will mention the risk of a shower by mid to late afternoon, but most of the day will be dry and mild with a highs in the 70s. Showers and storms are more likely tonight as a weakening cold front pushes into the state. Though some thunder is possible, the main severe weather threat from this will be west of Alabama.
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It was a legal hit, but the referees threw a flag because he hit him so hard. The dude had to see his life flash before his eyes. It was like nothing we had ever seen. This is the American strategy in sum. There is no “shock and awe” by US military forces, or threats of “going it alone.” As we saw in the Jeddah conference, the new coalition is drawing support from earlier international and regional commitments, including UN Security Council Resolution 2170, and the Arab League Resolution 7804 of Sept. 7, 2014, as well as the consensus demonstrated at the NATO Summit in Wales the week before, and expected in further meetings in Paris and New York over the coming weeks..