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Lost 10/22/16 at LV Park,Huawei black phone & case w/stickers. If found, call 830-216-0493, Fred or Krista
Lost: Black Angus calf, between C.R. 331 and C.R. 304 in Floresville, last seen headed towards Terrance and C.R. 304 from C.R. 331. Call Frasier, 830-391-3435.
FOUND Small tan male terrier type with curly tail. No collar. Tower lakes subdivision. Call: 210-887-8758
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Full-time backhoe operator with Class A CDL in Gillett, Texas, must have CDL, 2 years experience operating backhoe, and no more than 2 moving violations in the last 36 months.
Experienced agricultural equipment technician needed. The right person for this job will have: a minimum of 5 years experience repairing agricultural or construction machinery with a good working knowledge of diesel engines, electronic service tools, transmissions, A/C systems, hydraulics, electrical, basic computer skills and general mechanical repair procedures. Must have your own tools, a good driving record, and be able to pass a background check, pre-employment physical and drug screen. This is not an apprentice or entry-level position. We offer competitive pay, paid employee insurance with insurance available for dependents, 401k, paid vacation, and holidays. Call Mike at 210-649-1715 or apply in person at 10862 U.S. Hwy. 87 S., Adkins, TX 78101.
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The Marcelina Muse  
Dry Tank, TX  
March 31, 2011 12:26pm
When commenting on the tax situation we need to apply logic and some degree of common sense. If the property based system is replaced why would anyone then need an exemption that is property related??? If, for example, all taxing was sales related do you not think that would be better than the impossible mess we have now? Sure everyone would have to pay. Who would you exempt? All pay. Politicians, dope-dealers, lawyers, bankers, farmers, ranchers. Everyone. Want to pay less. Buy less. You control your tax. Those with higher incomes buy more and would pay more in taxes. What is wrong with that. Are you saying that certain prople cannot make it on their own without tax loopholes? How did people in those occupations make it before the loopholes? Then your argument is with those in government who are spending too much, is it not. Lower spending, lower taxes. Think! The current system is designed to fragment the taxpayers into groups of those with exemptions and/or exceptions and those without, causing them to fight among themselves so as not to unite and demand a fair and equitable taxing system. Seems to be working does it not?
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