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Ex-SA Alamo Heights star Dibrell dies in car wreck
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Tue, Jun 21, 2011

Posted: Updated: Tuesday, June 21, 2011 10:14 AM EST FREER, Texas (AP) - A former San Antonio standout high school wide receiver who played at North Texas has died following a one-vehicle rollover accident in South Texas. The Texas Department of Public Safety says 22-year-old Sam Dibrell died Monday after a wreck about 10 miles south of Freer. DPS Trooper Ruben Soliz says Dibrell was alone in the vehicle when the SUV veered to the right, skidded and rolled several times. Dibrell was pronounced dead at a Corpus Christi hospital. Dibrell, as a senior, helped lead Alamo Heights High School to a 2006 state football title. Dibrell...

Thursday, June 9, 2011
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Fri, Jun 10, 2011
Russell Dunn Clark, III. Ph.D. Russell (Russ) Dunn Clark, III died June 2, 2011 in Denton, TX. He was born August 30, 1945 to Russell Dunn Clark, Jr and Florence Vivian Wood Clark in Richmond, Virginia. Russ was an internationally renowned Social Psychologist and a Virginia gentleman who loved his family, academia, a good intellectual debate, golf, and the University of Kansas mascot, the Jayhawk. His extensive Jayhawk wardrobe was testament to that affection and became his signature. Russ was perpetually in a hurry so it was no surprise when he received his undergraduate degree from Tarkio College and graduate degrees from the...

Thursday, June 9
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Fri, Jun 10, 2011
Wildfires in Arizona threaten archaeological sites. Six men have been arrested in northern Greece for using dynamite while looking for gold at protected archaeological sites. Prehistoric rice farmers selected for shorter rice plants with greater yields, according to a genetic study conducted by Makoto Matsuoka of Nagoya University. Reid Ferring of the University of North Texas and David Lordkipanidze of the Georgia National Museum have found stone tools at the site of Dmanisi. Their team claims the tools suggest that Homo erectus occupied the site as long as 1.85 million years ago. The recently discovered data show that Dmanisi was...

Thursday, June 9
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Thu, Jun 9, 2011
Wildfires in Arizona threaten archaeological sites. Six men have been arrested in northern Greece for using dynamite while looking for gold at protected archaeological sites. Prehistoric rice farmers selected for shorter rice plants with greater yields, according to a genetic study conducted by Makoto Matsuoka of Nagoya University. Reid Ferring of the University of North Texas and David Lordkipanidze of the Georgia National Museum have found stone tools at the site of Dmanisi. Their team claims the tools suggest that Homo erectus occupied the site as long as 1.85 million years ago. �The recently discovered data show that...

Thursday, June 9
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Thu, Jun 9, 2011
Wildfires in Arizona threaten archaeological sites. Six men have been arrested in northern Greece for using dynamite while looking for gold at protected archaeological sites. Prehistoric rice farmers selected for shorter rice plants with greater yields, according to a genetic study conducted by Makoto Matsuoka of Nagoya University. Reid Ferring of the University of North Texas and David Lordkipanidze of the Georgia National Museum have found stone tools at the site of Dmanisi. Their team claims the tools suggest that Homo erectus occupied the site as long as 1.85 million years ago. The recently discovered data show that Dmanisi was...