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Lost: Big yellow Lab (about 100 lbs) disappeared from my home on Sunday May 17. North 181 @775 area. "Sammy" Reward. 830-391-4578.
Lost: 2 dogs, red mixed breed, last seen on 6th St. near skate park in Floresville. Large reward! If found or seen call 210-995-3800 or 210-249-1836. 

VideoLOST!!! Black and white long haired cat. Missing since May 17th from the Vintage Oaks subdivision. If found please call (210)288-3033
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Native Oilfield Services is seeking CDL Class A drivers to work in Western Oklahoma and South Texas. All applicants must be 25 years old, have at least 2 years verifiable CDL experience, no major moving violations or accidents, no DWI or felony convictions in the last 10 years. We provide paid orientation and pneumatic trailer operation training as well as medical, dental, vision, and life insurance. Call 817-783-3636 or 830-426-3220.
Intertek, a testing lab in Elmendorf TX, is now hiring carpentry/construction minded individuals. Candidate will lead and assist in the construction of commercial building test samples. Must be detail oriented, self motivated, and punctual. Skills/duties: Carpentry, metal fabrication, concrete, insulation, instrumentation, and cleaning. 40 hour work week plus OT. Full benefits. Qualified individuals send resumes to william.nelson@intertek.com. 
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Every day is ‘Food Day’ in the U.S.




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Most likely you’ve heard of Earth Day, the annual celebration of the environment and ways in which we can and do work to protect it. While Earth Day began as an initiative of environmental groups, farmers and ranchers also have celebrated it for the last few years, proclaiming that every day is Earth Day for them, and telling the public how their farming and conservation practices conserve natural resources.  . . .

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