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Rice Epicurean Grocer Closing After 85 Years

HOUSTON – (By Michelle Leigh Smith, for Realty News Report) – Ending an 85-year run in the Houston grocery business, the last Rice Epicurean Market is closing its doors. “With the closing of our last store, this is a historic time for our family as we complete the transition of our business that we began several years ago,” says Larry Calvin, Director of Marketing for Rice. “We are proud of our three generations of family who have been operating grocery stores in Houston, and we have always enjoyed serving our community with the best service, catering, and products we could provide. Our grandparents, William and Edna Levy, opened the original “Rice Blvd Food Market” store 85 years ago. The store was in a shopping center developed by our great grandfather, Manuel Meyerhoff, in the original shopping center in the area we know as the “Rice Village.”
HOUSTON, TX
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Harrison, McCutcheon high school valedictorians named for their 2022 graduation class

LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Tippecanoe School Corporation announced the dozens of seniors honored as valedictorians for their 2022 graduation classes. Harrison High School named 15 to the high honor, while McCutcheon High School signaled out 11 as topping the list of graduates.  Harrison valedictorians Harrison High School valedictorians for the Class of 2022 are: Leah...
LAFAYETTE, IN

Brinkley delivers keynote at Sarah Lawrence commencement

Sarah Lawrence College held its 94th Commencement on May 13. More than 400 current graduates were joined by alumni from the classes of 2021 and 2020 who returned to campus to participate in the event. Historian Douglas Brinkley delivered the keynote address. Bestselling author, transgender activist and professor at Barnard...
BRONXVILLE, NY

The School Buzz: Pueblo D60’s long list of remarkable grads

Graduations for Pueblo D60 begin Thursday and last through Saturday. There is a smorgasbord of remarkable graduates worth highlighting. Aly Ross is a Centennial Bulldog and Hurliman Scholar who is graduating as a junior! She’s already holding down two jobs, one being a Certified Nursing Assistant. Aly plans to attend UC Denver majoring in Biochemistry. The post The School Buzz: Pueblo D60’s long list of remarkable grads appeared first on KRDO.
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Research Spotlight: Dr. Fritz Sedlazeck assists in filling gaps in human genome, sequencing Rice University owl genome and more

Dr. Fritz Sedlazeck, associate professor in the Human Genome Sequencing Center at Baylor College of Medicine, is passionate about his genomics research, which includes tools he has developed to identify structural variations (SV) – changes in the genome that can alter the regulation of gene expression and impact human disease. Those same SV tools were useful for quality control in the final push to complete the last 8% of the first human reference genome, originally sequenced in 2000.
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Democratic nomination for District 15 still undecided

It's been a nail-biting race for the congressional District 15 runoff election between Democrats Ruben Ramirez and Michelle Vallejo. More than 24 hours after polls closed, it’s unclear who will face off against Republican Monica De La Cruz in November. Both Ramirez and Vallejo have sent statements saying it’s...
HIDALGO COUNTY, TX