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June 11, 2009 RSS feed / General Stories

Support Grows for Alcohol Interlocks on Cars

A campaign to stop drunken driving by putting some form of alcohol interlock in every new car is picking up support. More...

Managing Brush for Wildlife

The economic benefits of brush control on productive soil sites are proven facts in most areas of the state, but total removal of all brush species on a ranch is disastrous to existing wildlife populations. More...

Focus on the Family

Single Mom Feeling Anxious About Kids' Summer Vacation With Dad

QUESTION: I am a single mom who is struggling to survive. Of all the things that frustrate me, I am bothered most by having to send my kids to visit their dad for three weeks in the summer. More...

Water Pumping Again

City employee, Brian Flowers (far right), and his helpers installed a new water pump last week to replace the pump that broke suddenly on June 1. More...

Lee County Farmers Eligible for FSA Emergency Loans

The Farm Service Agency (FSA) has established two emergency designations that affect farmers in the Lee County area. More...

Property Owners Get 'Consolation Prize' On Eminent Domain Reform

The passage of House Joint Resolution 14 by State Rep. Frank Corte, Jr. More...

Hunter Safety Course Offered

Twelve Hours of Instruction Required

A hunter safety education course will be taught on Tuesday June 30 and Wednesday July 1 by Clinton Bippert of La Grange. The course will be taught form 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. each evening and students must attend both sessions of the course. More...

EPA Regulatory Proposal Will Harm U.S Farmers and Ranchers

The U.S. Cattlemen's Association (USCA) last week sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. More...














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