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Uranium Energy Corp Announces Major Advance with Permitting for Goliad ISR Project in South Texas
 Texas Business reports: CORPUS CHRISTI—Uranium Energy Corp announced the Company's Goliad In-Situ Recovery (ISR) Project in South Texas has made a major advance toward becoming permitted for production. Full Story »

What's Inside A Wind Turbine
Texas Business notes this story by Braid Blanks of KTXS News:  They dot the horizon from Albany to Amarillo but rarely does the public ever see what's inside of wind turbines. Full Story »

White House to Lift Ban on Deep-Water Drilling
Texas Business notes this story by Peter Baker of the New York Times:  The Obama administration on Tuesday plans to announce that it is lifting the moratorium on deep-water oil drilling, after putting in place new rules intended to tighten safety. Full Story »

 Government Contracts

Lockheed Martin Common Vehicle Next Generation Ready For Deployment

Texas Business reports:  DALLAS and SPARTANBURG, SC  The Lockheed Martin  Common Vehicle Next Generation (CVNG), an armed lightweight military vehicle, is ready for its initial in-theater deployment. 

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 Music Industry

Fabulous Ginn Sisters return to South Texas for Wednesday show in Cuero
Texas Business notes this story by Sonny Long of the Victoria Advocate:  CUERO - Crossroads music lovers have an opportunity to enjoy some mid-week entertainment from a duo with South Texas roots that is gaining national attention. Full Story »

 Sports Business

Custom bicycles designed in Texas, now built in Italy

Texas Business reports:  SAN ANTONIO—KGS Bikes, a custom bicycle design studio in San Antonio  designs custom bicycles from $7,000-$32,000, with select components and proprietary geometry and designs.

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Nationwide buys land for Texas expansion
Texas Business notes this story by Mark Williams of the Columbus Dispatch:  Nationwide is moving ahead with its plans to nearly double its work force in the San Antonio area, announcing yesterday that it has entered into a contract to buy about 25 acres outside the city. Full Story »