Euless

Euless

(yo͞o`ləs), town (1990 pop. 38,149), Tarrant co., N Tex., a suburb of Fort Worth. Electronics, aircraft parts, and plastics are produced.
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The North Texas Chapter of the Underground Construction Technology Association (UCTA) awarded a total of $7,000 in college scholarships at their July general meeting held in Euless, TX.
Here's another one: The city of Euless, Texas, is providing lightly treated water for irrigating to apartment communities in the northern part of town.
This event is Free and will take place at First Baptist Church Euless.
Renovations made by the Team Group, a Euless, Texas-based design/build construction firm, included a new roof, vapor barrier reestablishment, replacement of refrigeration compressors, electronics and other modifications to the mechanical room.
The new facilities are located at AA Headquarters 4333 Amon Carter Blvd in Fort Worth and Heritage Towne Crossing (HTC) 3001, Highway 121, in Euless.
Jose Merced of Euless sued the city after officials told him in 2006 that he needed a permit to slaughter animals, including goats, sheep and turtles, reported Religion News Service.
Shootin' off your mouth can also result in gettin' your butt shot off, say police in Euless, Texas.
A pipeline from the Pacific Island kingdom of Tonga has helped make Trinity High School--more than 7,000 miles away in Euless, Texas--the nation's top-ranked prep football team.
Jose Merced wants to cut a few throats, but the city of Euless, Texas, won't let him.
Bill leaves three sons, Mark Goodwin of Euless, Texas, David Goodwin of Ayer, MA, and Paul Goodwin of Las Cruces, NM; three granddaughters, Katie Goodwin of Grafton, MA, Alexia Goodwin of Las Cruces, NM, and Sarah Goodwin of Euless, Texas; his baby sister, Pat Reardon of Worcester; also many nieces and nephews.
of Euless, TX has developed the GL Epoxy Stone system, a proprietary epoxy-aggregate resurfacing system for interior and exterior flooring that produces a textured design.
in Euless, Texas, began cutting ``big-bone'' structural components.