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VideoLost: Golden/Pyrenees mix dog, Kaiha, last seen Oct. 11, Hwy. 119, Denhawken area, wearing collar (Drama Queen). Please help us find her! Call Billy 210-745-6059.
Found: Tan hunting dog, elderly male, not neutered or chipped, on Hwy. 181, Floresville. Call 830-391-5099.

VideoPlease help find these two, Went missing 10-31-14 off Post Oak Rd. call/text 210-315-0266/ 210-602-7103. Orange is Gabby White with heart shape on back is Sammy.
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NOW HIRING! Custodians/Lead positions, $9-$14 D.O.E., must have a clear background and reliable transportation, Live Oak County. Call 210-520-4848 ext. 111.
Floresville area, looking for delivery drivers, stockers, etc.; must have good driving record, no CDL required, must be able to back up trailers using side mirrors only, able to lift and carry 40 lbs., must have dependable transportation and cell phone, sometimes willing to work 10 or more hours, two days off per week, but willing to work if asked. Call 210-723-6939.
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Texas Cash Market recap, Nov. 19


Texas Cash Market recap, Nov. 19


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AUSTIN -- For the week ending Nov. 19, feeder cattle prices at selected Texas auctions were mostly steady to $5 higher per hundredweight, with a few to $5 lower. Oklahoma City was mostly steady to $3 higher and Texas direct feeder cattle sales were mostly steady. Competition for a shrinking supply of available cattle continues to support the market. Fed cattle prices declined by $2.19 from last week’s record high, as packers were able to recapture some of last week’s gains and reduce their losses. Beef cut-out values were higher with Choice beef reaching a new record high. Cotton and grain prices were lower mostly because of the ongoing global economic uncertainty and weak grain exports. Cotton prices fell below 90 cents per pound for the first time since September 2010 as strong exports failed to offset concerns that demand will suffer.  . . .

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