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Found: Male Catahoula mix and female Hound mix, off F.M. 2772, La Vernia, both approx. 18 months old. Call 713 349 3001.
Cute, friendly dog found in the Courthouse area. He obviously belongs to someone as he has a collar but no tags. Please call 210-355-2613 to claim him.

VideoMissing white poodle mix from Sutherland a Springs. He's been missing since the beginning of August. Dillon has white curly hair. 210-219-7963.
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George Stavinoha  
Boerne, TX  
September 25, 2013 10:01pm
 
I know I don't hold the record, but I know I signed that paddle many times. And I, like many others, will always appreciate your method of "we can take care of this now or I can call your parents and let them know what you did" method of accountability. Back in our day, we would much rather settle up with you than have to go home to face our parents because the punishment would have been much worse at home (not like today unfortunately). You were a true gentleman. You were color blind when it came to discipline (I still remember being in the room next to your office when you administered swats upon your niece). You had a positive impact on everyone that had the luck to be around you. You were a great coach, teacher, principal, and mentor to so many that crossed your path. I still remember driving around the countryside with you (while you slept most of the time) and taught us drivers ed. You were the first person on the list when it came to batchelor parties for your former students and you were always the highlight of the event (Thank you for the $150 you lost to me at mine). You are going to be missed but never forgotten. Rest in peace my dear friend. My condolences to Tony, Roger and the rest of the family.
     
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