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VideoFound: Young female cat, friendly, downtown La Vernia. Call 210-273-4789 to claim. 
Found: Male Catahoula mix and female Hound mix, off F.M. 2772, La Vernia, both approx. 18 months old. Call 713 349 3001.
Lost: Small black dog, answers to Blackie, last seen near Dairy Queen on Hwy. 181 in Floresville. Call 830-542-0192.
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Class “C” Water Operator. McCoy Water Supply Corporation is seeking a full time Water Operator to join our team.  We are seeking candidates with a Texas Class “C” Water Operator’s License. Skill sets regarding safety, construction and heavy equipment operation is a must. In addition to competitive pay, the Corporation provides excellent employee benefits. Applications can be obtained on line at mccoywsc.com or at our Business Office located at 2125 FM 541 in McCoy, Texas. For more information, call 830-569-5575.
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SMCB  
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December 18, 2009 8:17am
 
Sometimes when I tell my kids and grandkids about things told to me by my parents and grandparents.....they are shocked. One of my grandmothers came from Arkansas to Texas in a covered wagon. The other grandmother was a teenager during the flapper years. She taught me the dances and I have showed them to my kids. She also told me stories of how they survived the great depression. One grandfather was a prospector and traveled much of his youth on horse back. I have a picture of him with his first six shooter that he bought at 16 yrs. He also thought space ships and man going to the moon was a hoax! LOL
Both sets of great grandparents took english names when they decided to not live on reservations.
So much history and my kids just love it. Now I tell my kids to remember the times they are living in along with the stories I tell them. Future generations may forget what was and is America. It is up to us to keep the true history alive.
     
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