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Lost: Black cow off Hwy. 119 and Denhawken area, has a horseshoe brand with N on left hip and two ear tags. Call 830-391-5589 or 830-391-4802.
Lost/dognapped: Black Lab/Pyrenees male puppy, about 30 pounds, vaccination tag on collar, last seen on Wood Valley Dr., Wood Valley Acres, Adkins, Sat., July 18 around noon. 210-827-9533.
Lost: Male Chihuahua, July 4, white with brown spots, walks slow, older dog, last seen walking down F.M. 541, Poth. Call 830-400-9851 if you seen Snowball.
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Cheryl Lewis  
LaVernia, TX  
January 17, 2012 8:13pm
 
Most of the 18 wheelers that are on our roads are not owned by the OIL FIELD companies. They are mostly independents. The gravel trucks and construction vehicles are not directly affiliated with the OIL companies. Don't you remember the wreck on HWY 87, when a dump truck blew a tire and went across the middle of the road and hit a car head on and killed the young lady. She never knew what hit her. Did you not see how many violations the independent truck had in the write up. And unless my eyes deceived me, I remember reading in this article that the person driving the car was the one that was swerving on the road and crossed the line. I know our county roads were not all built for this high traffic, but our county is reaping the benefits from this oil boom and will continue to reap them for some time to come. Yes the oil companies are generating incomes for themselves, but they are making it possible to many in our communities to have alot that would not be available to them in this life time if it was not for the Oil Companies now.
     
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