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Elementary Walk-A-Thon a Big Hit

Students at Blanco Elementary School were charged with excitement Friday, May 1, with the return of the annual Walk-A-Thon.The event has served to help purchase a track for students on the campus and has other goals in mind that will benefit the school, said principal Linda Romano."This is the Parent-Teacher Organization's (PTO) way of having the kids all work together to raise money for things...

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Self - Sowing to the Flesh

Patience, love and self control versus bursts of anger and cutting words that you can't take back. Those emotions that go through our senses every day without us even realizing it, because we're engaged in conversations with people in our daily walk in life. All day we are sowing to the flesh, seeds that will produce a harvest. It makes sense that, in order to sow to the Spirit, we have to be...

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Hope: Win The Battle of The Blues

Rom 5:1-5 (expounded) "Therefore being justified (regarded as innocent, free, righteous) by faith (belief, trust, confidence), we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ: By whom also we have access by faith into this grace (undeserved, unearned, goodwill, loving kindness, favor) wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope (anticipation or expectation of something good) of the glory of God....

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New Equestrian Center Open For Business

Seth Smithson looks the part of a cowboy and he understands horses better than he does most people.The West Texas native has opened Smithson Equestrian Center at Rockin' J Ranch."We offer boarding, riding lessons, trail rides — we are going to do anything the equine community wants or needs to do," Smithson said.The new equine center features 10 covered stalls with big runs where the horses can...

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Bruce Elgin Zbytovsky

Bruce Elgin Zbytovsky of Johnson City, Texas passed away Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at Audie L. Murphy Veterans Memorial Hospital in San Antonio, Texas. Bruce, as he was best known, was born January 1, 1943 in Barberton, Ohio to Arthur A. and Ione Sherwood Zbytovsky. He grew up in Barberton until joining the United States Army in 1961 where he was discharged after receiving an on-base injury.

Lt. Col. George W. “Bill” McClure, Jr.

Lt. Col. George W. "Bill" McClure, Jr. (US Army Retired) passed away on April 28, 2015 in Round Rock, Texas after a lengthy illness. Graveside services will be held at 10:00 AM Friday, May 1, 2015 at the Johnson City Masonic Cemetery under the auspices of the United States Army Honor Guard.Bill was born to George W. and Roberta P. McClure on August 7, 1926 in Monmouth, Illinois. He enlisted in

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