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Momentum Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab is a successful group of Outpatient Orthopedic facilities looking for a motivated individual to join our team as a full time Physical Therapist for our Floresville location. We provide a friendly, positive environment while delivering high quality care to our patients and are looking for someone who shares the same work ethic. We are seeking: Graduate from an accredited college with an APTA curriculum. Outpatient orthopedic experience within a private clinic or hospital preferred. Current state of Texas license, CPR certification. Outgoing and energetic personality. New graduates are welcome to apply. We offer a competitive total compensation package including base salary plus sign on Bonus! We also offer an individual incentive plan, as well as a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, disability, life and a 401(k) plan, in addition to other outstanding benefits such as continuing education reimbursement and Paid Time Off. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. Lwelch@usph.com. 
Sears Hometown Store in Floresville, Texas is hiring warehouse/delivery driver and full-time sales associates. Applicants must be self-motivated, with great customer service and sales experience. Management skills and bilingual a plus. Qualified applicants may apply in person at 2301 10th St., Floresville. No calls please.
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All that blooming broccoli




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Q. We overdid our broccoli planting and now some of the heads have opened up and are blooming before we can use them. Is it best to let them bloom or should we cut off the overripe heads and toss them in the compost pile?

A. If there is someone that can use the blooming heads they are perfectly okay to eat. The advantage to cutting them off is that the plant will produce new side shoots later in the season.

Q. In one of your earlier columns you said acorns were valuable wildlife food. I know squirrels eat them, but what else would?

A. There is a very long list. The ones that come to mind are deer, blue jays, turkeys, woodpeckers, grackles and doves. Even small species of birds will eat the acorn meat that results after acorns are run over on roads or cracked on walkways.

Q. What is the best tasting tomato variety? I think the Tycoons rate up there with the best!

A. Everyone has a different favorite. If often depends on the growing conditions. Warm days and cool nights produce a good-flavored tomato. Variety differences affect taste ... some gardeners like acidic fruit while others like sweet fruit. Tycoon is one that lots of Central Texas gardeners like.

Q. Can I put our oak and pecan leaves in the compost pile? I have heard that they were too full of chemicals?

A. Leaves make great compost. Pecan and oak leaves have tannins and other natural chemicals in their structure, but that doesn’t reduce their value as a compost pile ingredient.

Q. When does lawn grass go dormant? I am tired of mowing.

A. Each lawn grass is a little different. Cool weather causes the dormant-like state in the winter. Bermuda is usually first and St. Augustine is last. Some years, St. Augustine stays green all winter. This time of the year, however, your grass should not be growing much. It is a good idea to keep the weeds mowed to prevent reseeding and an untidy appearance.
 

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