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WATER OPERATOR - The City of Elmendorf has an opening for a full-time water operator with a Texas Class “C” water license. $17.00 per hour. Field work required. Must be familiar with state water laws and reporting. Tractor and/or backhoe experience desirable and two years related experience preferred. Apply online at tml.org or contact Roxanne DeLeon at 210-635-8210 for more information. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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Texas lowers flags to honor Dallas police shooting victims


Texas lowers flags to honor Dallas police shooting victims
GREGORY RIPPS/Reprints at mywcn.com


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July 8, 2016, 2:02pm
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The flags at the Wilson County Courthouse fly at half-staff July 8, as flags across the state are lowered in honor of the Dallas police shooting victims last night. Gov. Greg Abbott has ordered the flags to remain at half-staff through sunset on Tuesday, July 12 .

“As Texans and Americans mourn the loss of our men and women in uniform, we must continue to remember that police officers put their lives on the line every day to ensure our safety and our freedoms,” Abbott said in the wake of the shootings. “Today we honor those who selflessly placed themselves in harm’s way to protect their fellow citizens. I ask everyone to keep the families of those who lost their lives, as well as those who have been seriously injured and the entire Dallas law enforcement community, in their thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.”
 

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Elaine K.  
Floresville  
July 8 at 4:45pm
 
A sad testament to the events unfolding in Dallas and across the nation.

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