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Sunflowers shine in Crosby

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  • Lindy Muff decided to plant the flowers on the front section of his Crosby property off FM 2100 after he had a hard time growing things and he wanted something nice to look at. "Why not flowers instead of a dirty fired up field," he said.
  • 7/24/2012
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Lake Houston water level rises

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  • After three days of heavy rain, residents around Lake Houston are seeing the water rise with forecasters predicting more precipitation on the way.
  • 7/13/2012
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Heavy rain hits Houston

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  • 7/12/2012
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Police simulate school shooting

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  • Police officers took part in a mock school shooting drill at Atascocita High School on July 12, 2012. Law enforcement personnel from all over the Houston and surrounding areas took part in the exercises designed to simulate a hostage event in a school setting.
  • 7/12/2012
  • Album ID: 1501498
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Kingwood Fourth of July Parade

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  • 7/4/2012
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Kingwood celebrates America's birthday

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  • Images from around the Kingwood area on July 4.
  • 7/4/2012
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Kingwood Family Street Dance

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  • 7/1/2012
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Preparing for America's birthday

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  • Members of the Kingwood Rotary Club installed American flags in front of Alspaugh's ACE Hardware and around other areas in Kingwood in celebration of the Fourth of July.
  • 6/30/2012
  • Album ID: 1495616
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Humble ISD unveils largest high school video screen in the USA

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  • Humble ISD unveiled the largest high school video screen in the country during a press conference in preparation for the upcoming AAU Junior Olympic Games at George Turner Stadium on June 12. The 960 square foot video board, paid for by the Junior Olympics, will allow Humble ISD to stream game and athlete statistics, live video, instant replays and advertisements simultaneously. In addition to the new screen, Turner Stadium will also have awnings build over the stands and a new road will be built to lessen traffic in and out of the stadium.
  • 6/12/2012
  • Album ID: 1486383
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