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The City of Falls City is taking applications for the City Clerk position. Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED, have experience with QuickBooks and Microsoft Word and Excel. This is a part time job of thirty hours a week. Salary is negotiable. Applications are available at City Hall located at 208 N. Irvin, Falls City, Texas. All applications are kept on file for two years. The City of Falls City is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 
Billing and Shipping Rep. needed for local manufacturer in Elmendorf. Responsibilities: customer service, sales order entry, bills of lading, internet sales and shipping, filing, and answering phones. Requirements: high school diploma or GED, packaging and shipping knowledge preferred with DOT and HAZMAT. Excellent benefits offered.  Fax 210-635-7999 Email resumes@vpracingfuels.com; 7124 Richter Road, Elmendorf, TX.
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Farm Bureau state president addresses self-inflicted policy mistakes in U.S.




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By Blake Hurst

History has a way of finding us, even if we would like to decline the honor. And this summer will go down in history. We’ve passed the drought of 1956 and are closing in on 1936. My grandfather, who has passed on, would never accept a summer worse than 1936, the formative event of his long life. He’d never again be able to start a sentence with “Back in ’36,” because we’d answer that 2012 was just as bad. In fact, I’m planning on using this summer as the main evidence for the proposition that the younger generation hasn’t got what it takes. I’ll say things like: “Well, yes, it’s been a tough year, but you’re too young to remember the summer of 2012.” . . .

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