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VideoMISSING TORTOISE from S. Palo Alto Dr. in Estates of Eagle Creek on May 17th. If you see him, please contact us @ (210) 913-4558 or (830) 393-4030.
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BHObama  
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July 13, 2011 10:14am
 
I hear that the city elders in Milsap tried to get a red light installed to replace the stop sign, but couldn't raise the funds. To double the size of the school library one of the teachers donated a book. The valedictorian of Milsap High School was the one that came closest to spelling the school name. The scarcity of possum and roadkill these days in Milsap has caused alarm at the local taco factory which may have to close because of lack of meat for their products. And, I hear that MOST of the teachers at Milsap High School have at least a GED or a real high school diploma. Also, English is taught as a second language at Milsap Schools. The crossing guard had to be laid off cause the only family in town with a car moved to Ft Worth. The Supt of Schools in Milsap has been given a larger house as part of the pay package...they've gone from a single wide to a double wide mobile home. I hear that Rand McNally Road Maps deleted Milsap from their last addition cause the editor couldn't find it to follow up on some demographic problems. I hear that the advanced calculations Center at Milsap High School got it's elevated accreditation for calculations cause they are now allowed to use their toes as well as their hands for calculating.

I suppose Floresville could be substituted for Milsap in most of the above data.
     
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