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Highly respected urologist and UNT alumnus, Lauren Eisenberg, DO, FACOS will be noted in the Leading Physicians of the World
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The International Association of HealthCare Professionals is pleased to welcome Lauren Eisenberg, DO, FACS to their prestigious organization with her upcoming publication in The Leading Physicians of the World. One of the very few female practitioners in the field of urology, Dr. Lauren Eisenberg is an established Urologist currently serving patients within Rio Grande Urology in El Paso, Texas. Featuring over a decade of experience in her field, she has a special expertise in the treatment of prostate cancer, kidney stones, kidney cancer, erectile dysfunction, vasectomy, Peyronie’s Disease, and female stress urinary incontinence...

Mattress Mack to lead Pearland Christmas parade on Dec. 2
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Spectators at Pearland's Christmas parade this weekend will get a glimpse of someone who is kind of like a Santa Claus for the Houston area - Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale.

The Gallery Furniture owner will serve as grand marshal for this year's lighted parade, slated for Saturday, Dec. 2 at 6 p.m.

"While many have faced tremendous hardships following Hurricane Harvey, McIngvale and his business works diligently to support the community and its first responders through their generous donations and services," Pearland Parks and Recreation ...

Rangeford Resources names Duncan president, COO
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Mon, May 23, 2016 - 7:03pm

Rangeford Resources Inc. has appointed Marc L. Duncan as president and COO.

Duncan previously served as president and COO of Contango Oil and Gas and subsidiaries from 2005 until February 2014. Duncan has over 35 years of experience in the energy industry and has served in a variety of domestic and international management positions relating to natural gas and oil exploration. Aside from his domestic experience, Duncan worked and resided in Dubai, Ecuador, Africa, Indonesia, China, UK and Ukraine developing the assets with local government entities and foreign partners. He served as president and COO for USENCO...

Robinson hires new city manager
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Tue, May 10, 2016 - 9:01pm

By Cassie Smith

Robinson City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to hire a new city manager, a little more than two months after ending its contract with Robert Cervenka to seek a management change.

Craig Lemin, who has 32 years of experience in public service, signed his contract with the city at a special meeting Tuesday and starts work May 23.

Lemin said he is excited to join Robinson. He is retired from the city of...

Weird Homes Tour stop is a collection of collections
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Wed, May 4, 2016

By  Jeanne Claire van Ryzin

Two enormous balls of rusting barbed wire nestle near Steve Wiman’s front porch. Like offspring, round iron buoys of various sizes — some the size of bowling balls, others much larger — snuggle in the grass nearby.

The arrangement of orbs is carefully, artfully composed. Likewise the thousands of things inside Wiman’s Travis Heights home.

Wiman is an artist who creates assemblages from found objects. He is a collector. And he is owner of Uncommon Objects, the scrupulously curated vintage and antique...