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Lost: Men's wallet, Sept. 21 at Wal-Mart fuel center in Floresville, left on side of truck, medical IDs needed. If found call 210-827-9753, no questions asked.

VideoLOST KITTY: Nannette Kilbey-Smith's family's 5-month-old little kitten, Jack. Disappeared last night from house on Oak Hill Road. No collar. Text/call 210-823-4518

VideoLost/stolen: Shih Tzu named Newton, last seen Sept. 29, from outside our house located by Emmy's. If any information call 830-660-8121 or 830-660-9222.
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The Floresville Independent School District is accepting applications for District Wide Custodian Positions, 2:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. shift. Applications may be obtained online at or contact Sylvia Campa at 830-393-5300 ext. 14002 for appointments. FISD Personnel Office is located at 1200 5th St., Floresville, Texas. 830-393-5300 (Office hours: 8:00-4:00). Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
Journeyman electrician and apprentice electrician needed, experience necessary. Call Sralla Electric at 210-885-4101.
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Polished Edge: Dylan Neal of ‘Cedar Cove’ on Hallmark Channel

Polished Edge: Dylan Neal  of ‘Cedar Cove’ on Hallmark Channel

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July 24, 2013
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Q: Do you like building a back story for your character?

A: With television, what is different from doing a film is you really do fill in details, because there is no sequel. With a television show a lot of holes are left intentionally blank because you don’t know where you are going to go. The actors, showrunners, and writers room are all on a journey. You think you are going left and then you go right. It is OK to not have all of the pieces in place when you start. It’s a journey.

Q: Did you read Debbie Macomber’s books?

A: Once a book becomes a film or TV series, I am not beholden to the author. I am beholden to the screenwriter or showrunner. I purposely didn’t read the books. I hear things about the novels, and know we are losing by following it.

Q: You’ve done a lot of TV; how does this compare to other shows?

A: This is my eighth TV series. On “Blood Ties,” it was a supernatural crime show, we missed the whole wave. I like to take credit for “Twilight” then “Moonlight” and “True Blood.” How did we miss this? We started it. It was a co-production with Canada. It got caught up in a merger, stalled, and you can’t stall on TV. I am so appreciative this is the new golden age of television. Because making a film has become so incredibly difficult and so many of the writers have migrated to television.

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