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How Vendor Management Works

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About Your First Novel & Inspirations

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  • Natural fireworks in the afternoon, artificial version tonight
    A few scattered thunderstorms have popped up across Houston’s radar this afternoon, and we’ll likely see an increasing amount of activity between now and this evening. We’re seeing these storms because of high atmospheric moisture levels, and lower pressure to the northeast of our region. Lower pressure is producing storms over the southeastern United States. […]
  • Weekend outlook: Mostly warm and dry, chance of afternoon showers on July 4th
    Pretty straightforward forecast, so lets get to it. TODAY We’ll warm up under mostly sunny skies into the low 90s. Scattered showers could develop over a few areas this afternoon, with chances probably higher to the north and northeast of Houston. But I wouldn’t expect too much coverage. SATURDAY The region is likely to see an […]
  • Drier today and Friday, with a chance of showers on July 4th
    High pressure is building in from the west (see Texas under a pale red, below), which should limit afternoon rain showers today and Friday. 500 mb heights and wind speeds. Essentially the mid-level of the atmosphere. (Weather Bell) This will allow for mostly sunny skies with highs in the low 90s, and overnight lows in […]

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  • Katy firefighters open doors to public on the Fourth
    Popular activities included the chance to ride a mini-fire truck, to dunk the fire chief in a tall tub of water and to spray water with an actual fire hose. Scott Long, father of hot dog reviewer Alex, said the family had explored the fire station and climbed aboard one the fire engines. The helicopter's […]
  • Thousands turn out at Woodlands' salute to the 4th
    With more than 140 entries including six marching bands, a faux George Washington (riding a fine white horse), a cheery Uncle Sam, a stilt-legged Lady Liberty and a Union Pacific-built mini-train, the parade drew an estimated 2,200 spectators The announcers' jobs are to point out dignitaries, offer insight on the floats and keep their audiences […]
  • Head-on collision on the north side leaves 1 dead

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  • Meet the 'Spearfishing Huntress' who has lit the internet on fire in just 48 hours
    Click here to meet her >>Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: This guy absolutely loses it as he bungee jumps off a tower in China's beautiful Qing Long Canyon
  • French pride fizzes as UNESCO lists Champagne and Burgundy vineyards
    Berlin (AFP) - The historic vineyards, wine cellars and champagne houses where the world's most famous sparkling wines are produced were listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO on Saturday.In a double victory for French wine, corks were also popping in Burgundy after its vineyards were crowned with the same prestigious distinction by the […]
  • Why the new Terminator movie had to come out this year
    Usually, you hear horror stories about movies that took an incredibly long time to make it from development to the big screen.  But that wasn't the case for "Terminator Genisys" which was rushed into production in a race against the copyright clock. If it didn't come out this year, then there might not have been thoughts […]
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