The 81st & 218th
Judicial District Community Supervision and Corrections Department (Adult
Probation) is currently seeking a qualified applicant for the position of
Supervision Officer for ATASCOSA COUNTY. Requirements: A Bachelor’s
degree recognized by the Texas Higher Education Coordination Board in
Criminology, Corrections, Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement/Police Science,
Counseling, Pre-Law, Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Human Services
Development, Public Administration, or a related field that has been approved
by the Community Justice Assistance Division (CJAD), or one year of graduate
study in one of the above mentioned fields, or one year experience in full-time
casework, counseling, or community or group work that has been approved by CJAD. This position requires some evening and/or
weekend work. Salary: Negotiable,
plus Regular State benefits. Closing Date: Resumes will be taken until November 4, 2014. Procedure: Applicants should submit a typed resume and
copy of college transcript to: Mario Bazan, Director, 914 Main Street, Ste #120,
Jourdanton, TX 78026 The 81st & 218th
Judicial District Community Supervision and Corrections Department is an Equal
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Grain producers to vote on statewide indemnity fund
U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar (left) visits with Texas Farm Bureau District 12 Director Russell Boening prior to the Oct. 18 Wilson County Farm Bureau Convention. See wilsoncountynews.com for video of Boening explaining the upcoming Texas Grain Producers Indemnity referendum to begin Nov. 19.
Wilson County News October 31, 2012 3873 views 1 comment
FLORESVILLE -- Anyone involved in the agriculture industry knows the risks involved in production, especially with the 2012 drought that has dominated the Corn Belt region of the United States. Farmers contend with Mother Nature and wait for months to get paid for their grain or livestock products. But what happens when the grain elevator the farmers sent their grain to goes bankrupt and the farmers get nothing for their product? Producers faced with this scenario will have an opportunity to protect their financial interests through the establishment of a grain indemnity fund. . . .
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