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Awesome! Looking forward to seeing this young lady in the national media if she decides to stay in front of the camera.
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Prayers to the father and daughter, they will carry this with them for the rest of their lives. That the deceased won't be molesting anyone any more........ may have been the answer to a prayer already prayed.
I agree Hookem1. We should all recognize the great job she did. IMO it was because of her tireless efforts that the community stepped up its support for the Texas Zoo.
My son woke me last night when some of his friends shared this tragic news. Trey had a way of reaching high school youth through ag shop. He opened the door and made a difference in a way that will impact them for the rest of their lives. I remember when an ag teacher did the same for me over 30 years ago. I am thankful for men like Trey who choose to share their talents and teach when they could be making more money in private industry. May God Bless his family.
TxBohemian I think it would be from 87 South (Port Lavaca Highway) to Business 59. As far as the problem from Nursery to the Loop being temporary....it was there long before Michels moved in, it just got worse. As dangerous as that area is (and yes I have had the red Michels trucks pull out in front of me) the area at the school and the loop scares me more. The sad part is most of the problems could be avoided if the teachers turning in and the parents cutting across to Nursery drive would just obey the traffic signals and lane markings. That said hope everyone has a safe Holiday on the road.
According to a knoxnews press release from May 15, 2011, Hooters was already indicating it would not be sponsoring Golf events in 2012....so it may not be a "Victoria" issue.
And like the Phoenix....... the old Captains Table rises from the ashes once again lol. Sounds like they have the right format. I hope they do well.
Great job Clayton! I think it's awesome that you chose to write about your Great Grandfathers life. I applaud Mrs. Peters and STJ for allowing students like Clayton the opportunity to publish the events of their families, in this case, the heroic events of Mr. Ledbetter.
Wonder what the index is this morning?
Cats are a problem but a different problem from the concerns in the article. We're 20 miles from the city limits but 1/2 mile from a subdivision. Every time we get quail established on our property here come the house cats. Can't leave a window down on the truck for fear of a tom crawling in and leaving his scent. Dogs....just as bad. They chase the domestic animals and run the deer and cottontails. I don't care to put animals down because of owner neglect but will if left with no other option. Even if you can find out who the animals belong to you refrain from confronting them for fear of retaliation if something happens to fluffy. We keep our dog in a kennel because we respect others private property rights. Wish our neighbors would do the same I've had to run their pets out of my front yard and off my back porch.