CCSCT, a nonprofit, is seeking an Assistant Cook to assist with preparation and cooking of home-delivered meals for its Senior Nutrition Program in Floresville. Applicants must have HS diploma equivalent and minimum of 1 year of experience in meal preparation, meal planning or related work experience. Additional work experience may be substituted for education. Interested applicants can apply online at www.ccsct.org or can apply in person at 1513 3rd St., Floresville, Texas.
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Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) has been detected in two head of cattle in South Texas, 5.7 miles southwest of Mathis (Jim Wells County). According to the Texas Animal Health Commission, the cattle were tested after the owner observed blistering and swelling on the animals’ muzzles and contacted their local veterinary practitioner. Testing at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Foreign Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory at Plum Island, N.Y., confirmed the virus as the New Jersey serotype, which is the same serotype found in previously reported cases in Texas horses. . . .
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According to a July 18 Texas Animal Health Commission Texas update, the agency received confirmation of a new case of Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) in a horse in Central Texas -- a premise located 8 miles southeast of Seguin in Guadalupe... More ›
According to a July 18 Texas Animal Health Commission Texas update, the agency received confirmation of a new case of Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) in a horse in Central Texas -- a premise located 8 miles southeast of Seguin in Guadalupe County.
To date, 13 premises in eight Texas counties have been confirmed with VS. Affected counties include(d): Kinney, Hidalgo, San Patricio, Nueces, Jim Wells, Bastrop, Travis, and Guadalupe counties. The Kinney county premises and one premises in Nueces county have been released from quarantine.