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Lost: Male dog, looks like Pit Bull, white w/brown freckles, green eyes, "Shelby," last seen morning of Nov. 18, 1604 between New Sulphur Springs and Jim Terrill Rd. 210-389-9047.

VideoLost: Chocolate Lab, female, named Linda, from Abrego Lake Subdivision. Text/call if spotted or found, 916-508-6024.
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CASA VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR, FULL-TIME POSITION. Provides professional staff support to CASA volunteers to ensure that abused children’s best interests are represented in court. Social services experience required.  Responsible for assisting with recruiting and initial training of advocates, and coordinating cases in Wilson County and Karnes County with Atascosa County (home office). Must demonstrate written and presentation communication skills. Must be available to work intermittent evenings/weekends with some travel.  Must have personal car, current TDL, and auto liability insurance. Call CASA of South Texas at 830-569-4696 for application, or e-mail request to by November 30.
Certified Medical Assistant for busy primary care office, experience preferred, bilingual a plus,current CPR certification, no weekends, benefits. References required. Submit resume to P.O.Box 40, Floresville, Texas 78114.
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Spec Ops  
January 17, 2012 6:54am
This is a great that we are giving this Soldier something great for him and his family. I only wish that it didnt take Extreme Makeovers to make this happen. All these volunteers and homebuilders should have stepped up long time ago and helped this wonderful family. I am a retired veteran of 27 years and have seen the wounded warrior daily at Brook Army Medical Center. We have many of these soldiers who lose an arm or a leg and they get maybe 50% disability. That is not enough for someone to survive, much less provide for his family. Although I thank alot of these homebuilders, I wish they would have stepped up, before the show and its large crew and TV cameras came to town. Let us not forget our wounded heros and do all we can to help them. I dont want to start a whole debate on this, I simply want us all to realize, there are alot more out there like SSGT Harris and his family. Many blessing to SSG Harris and his family, you are wonderful people who strive to help out wounded warrior, despite your hardship.
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