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Conroe

(kŏn`rō), city (1990 pop. 27,610), seat of Montgomery co., SE Tex.; inc. 1885. Long a pine-lumbering town, it prospered after oil was discovered in 1932. The Conroe oil field is one of the significant producers in the state. Farm products include beef and dairy cattle and nursery stock. There are resorts, and machinery, rubber products, and chemicals are manufactured.

Conroe

Intel's code name for the Core 2 Duo chip used in desktops. See Core 2.
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has announced the reorganisation of several of the bank's Texas regions by combining its Abilene, Eastland and Sweetwater regions and its Conroe and Huntsville regions, effective January 1, 2016.
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Just Right Appliances offers refrigerator repair, washing machine repair, dryer repair, and other appliance repairs throughout Conroe and the surrounding area.
Christina Michelle Revilla and Christopher Keith Mallett were united in marriage on the afternoon of March 19, 2011, in the chapel at West Conroe Baptist Church in Conroe, Texas.
Denbury Resources and Wapiti Energy have entered into an agreement to purchase a 95% working interest in the Conroe Field.
He served parishes in Hondo and Austin (both in Texas) prior to coming to Conroe.
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Since last year, Conroe, Texas has developed a plan to revitalize its downtown that has already found success with an influx of retail outlets, a loan program for new facades, streetscape improvements and commitments from the community to improve public buildings.
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