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Texas City Sun (Newspaper) - July 3, 2002, Texas City, Texas Sports: TC Nationals beat Ameiicans / Page IB Texas ctty sun 50 cents IN THE NEWS Local&State GOOD MORNING, IT'S WEDNESDAY, JULY 3,2002 www.texascitysun.com Heritage homes The City Commission is scheduled today to consider a $38,674 to paint houses at Heritage Square.. See story on Page 6A Nation&World Bombing victim Afghanistan's new regime was looking for answers Tbesday to why U.S. planes bombed a central Afghan village, killing scores of people. See story on Page 3A Today's weather Partly cloudy, chance of scattered showers. Page2A Inspiration Dear Father, bless the families who have suffered from recent rain, floods and foes. t Amen Inside ANN LANDERS 2A LOCAL&STATE 6A CLASSIFIED 7-lOB CROSSWORD 5B DEATHS 5A BULLETIN BOARD MOVIES 5A ~5A PERSPECTIVES 4A SPORTS MB STOCKS Printed on wycled paper., 8A VOL 90, NO. 184 Sbrvino the Oalvbston County Mainland - . sincb;1912 DPD searching for missing 0r\ DICKINSON: PoUce looking for leads in disappearance By Michael Smith Texas City Sun Dickinson police are asking for help in finding a girl who has been missing for four days. Patricia Lydia Dilger was last seen Friday at about 6:30 p.m., in the parking lot of her apartment complex at 500 Tanglewood, Dickinson. At the time Dilger was seen wear- ing a white shirt, blue slacks and white shoes. Dilger is a 16-year-old white female, bom June, 19, 1986. She is 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs approximately 125 pounds. Dilger has red hair and hazel eyes. Dickinson police officer Tim Cromie said his department does not have enough evidence to suspect kidnapping. "We don't believe there was any foul play involved," Cromie said. He said the department has received various tips of Dilger being seen in Santa Fe and Webster but officers have very little solid evidence to follow up on. Anyone who may have any additional information is asked to contact the Dickinson Police Department at 281-337-4700. Michael Smith is a Texas City Sun reporter. He may be reached at 945-3441 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org COURTESY PHOTO Police are looking for Patricia Dilger Taking a boat ride SUN PHOTO BY DWIGHT 0. ANDREWS Kyle Cornelius and Taylor Chaney get comfortable in a Palm Beach Whitecap 151 Tuesday afternoon at the Tacl
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