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Found: Military dog tag at Wal-mart fuel station, name on tag is Perez Lilliana. If you are or know this person, call Felix 830-391-3003 to claim.
REWARD!! 2 catahoula female hog dogs with neon collars lost around cr 132 & hwy 97 west & cr 221 on San Antonio River call 210-779-6614 or 210-815-2709
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Journeyman/Apprentice electricians, must have valid Texas driver's license, dependable with a great attitude, an eagerness to learn, great work ethic, and basic hand tools, pay dependent upon skill and experience, journeyman need clean driving record and current electrical license. Fax resume to 830-996-3396 or call 830-996-1300.
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Wilson County  
July 24, 2013 12:30pm
I've been following what people are saying and would just like to throw in my theory.
It is currently difficult to let go of deputies/jailers/dispatchers because it is incredibly difficult to find replacements. There have been about 5-6 openings for deputies in the past six months to a year. For the jailers and dispatchers, literally countless openings have come and go and it is nearly impossible to keep them fully staffed. So all the crappy workers are staying because (granted some of them have protection for uppers who like to play favorites)it's hard to find replacements.
I believe two things need to happen. Yes, I believe pay raises are in order for the three groups above. But I also believe that the office needs better superiors who don't play favorites and keep those who have dirt on them or are family/family friends. With pay raises, seasoned workers will come to the county to work for the SO when it's actually relatively competitive with surrounding agencies. I know MANY law enforcement personnel who live in and know about Wilson county, but simply drive ten minutes up or down the road to get to Karnes/Bexar/etc.
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