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VideoLost poodle mix in Sutherland Springs area. Reward. 210-789-0118
Lost: Chihuahua, his name is Lenny, he's a little larger, Floresville. If found call 830-534-8326. 
Found: Brown, white, and black dog, Aug. 20, Palo Verde, The Estates of Eagle Creek Subdivision, Floresville. Help this little one find its home, call 210-487-8284 or 210-831-1343.  
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Leinneweber to play for UIW Cardinals


Leinneweber to play for UIW Cardinals
Shelby Leinneweber of Floresville signs her letter of intent to attend school and play basketball for the University of the Incarnate Word. She is joined by (from left) Jaguar Head Coach Terri Twilligear; her father, Gary; and her mother, Kristy.


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FLORESVILLE -- As a young child, Shelby Leinneweber of Floresville always figured she would leave Texas when she got older. As time passed, however, her roots grew deep in South Texas, and the child who began playing basketball in the third grade came to the realization that she didn’t want to leave. So when the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) offered her the opportunity to be part of the Cardinal women’s basketball team, she jumped on it. . . .

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