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The Junction Eagle, Wednesday, February 23, 2011

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Junior Alec Menchaca (11) lofts a shot from outside the Ducie Carrington (10) is wide open for a shot from his Ryan McBee (23) fades away slightly on this shot to help him three-point line. Senior Tyler Wilson (12) slides behind his "sweet spot" behind the three point line. overcome a towering Comfort defense. Comfort defender to block out for the rebound.

Junior Dewayne Stewart (22) slices through the Comfort Alec Menchaca (11) turns a steal into a fast break lay-up. Tyler Wilson (12) sneaks around his Comfort defender for defense in front of the basket and lets the ball gently roll off Tyler Wilson (12) and Kade Wimberley (30) hustle down the the lay-up. The hard won victory sends the Junction Boys his fingers. court to support the play. into post-season play.

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Hay for Sale: 5-ft. Round, netwrapped, heavily-fertilized Willman-Lovegrass, Brown Mid-Rib (irrigated), Coastal (irrigated, weed-free). Quantity discounts. Bill 325-265-4217 or J-4-4c Lem, 325-446-6072. NEW MEXICO ALFALFA, small square and one ton bales. Also square bales sudan and coastal hay. Can deliver. 830-370-4425.


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P.O. Box 226 Junction, TX 76849 Phone: 325-446-2610 Fax: 325-446-4025 We will not discriminate.

All want ads are cash in advance except for those firms and individuals carrying regular 30-day accounts. Charges are thirty cents (30¢) per word with a $3.00 minimum. There is no discount for multiple insertions.


Texas homeowners may postpone paying the current property taxes on the appreciating value of their homes by taking advantage of a payment option called "residence homestead tax deferral" and filing a tax deferral affidavit at the Kimble Central Appraisal District. This special form of tax relief allows homeowners to pay the property taxes on 105 percent of the preceding year's appraised value of their homestead, plus the taxes on any new improvements to the homestead. The remaining taxes are postponed ­ but not cancelled ­ with interest accruing at 8 percent per year. Once the homeowner files the tax deferral affidavit with the appraisal district, no taxing unit can start or continue a lawsuit for the deferred taxes as long as that person owns and lives in the home. When the homeowner no longer owns and lives in the home, the deferred taxes and interest become due. If the taxes are not paid, taxing units can then sue to collect the deferred taxes and interest. Plus, additional penalties are possible. For complete details about deferring taxes on the appreciating value of your home, contact Kimble Central Appraisal District, 501 Main Street, Junction, Texas, 76849, phone number 325-446-3717. The Property Tax Assistance Division of the Comptroller's office can also answer your questions at 800-252K-7-1c 9121, ext. 2, or visit the Comptroller's website at


Broken Arrow Ranch is buying Axis, Sika, and Fallow deer. We will come to your ranch and field harvest animals under state inspection. Harvesting deer on area ranches for 26 years. Call Glenn at 800-962-4263 or email [email protected] com.


Homeowners may defer taxes on appreciating home value

Native grass seed, wildlife planting mixes, forbs and other seeds - check our prices! Rain barrels - see our inoffice display; composters, recycling bins, 911 address signs and personalized gate signs. For brochures and other information, call Upper Llanos Soil & Water Conservation District, 325-446-2717 ext 3, 522 U-1-TFNC Main St., Junction. Cypress beams for sale. Various sizes. 830-997-6503. Q-11-tfnc

Hunting lease for 2011 wanted. H-50-TFNC 210-215-7790

Custom farming, Irrigation, Pecans, Hay, & Grazing management

Farm & Ranch Management Consulting

Reginald Stapper

830-683-7322 cell


Grazing lease wanted: Prefer large acreage. 325-446-8790. H-12-tfnc HAY: 2010 crop. Coastal, hay-grazer, bluestem round & square, big square alfalfa. Can Deliver. Horses for sale or trade. Tony Ramirez. Cell: 210912-4859; Home: 325-446-3774; Truck: 210-319-0991. R-39-tfnc

LOOK: Firewood for sale. VEHICLE FOR SALE Mesquite/oak cords. 325-446T-7-1p 2008 Ford F-350, 4x4 ext. cab 2461. Lariat, SRW, 6.4 L. diesel, nav. 18 Cu. Ft. refrigerasystem. Fully loaded. Excellent tors-$175-$250. TV's--$95-$125. condition. 55K miles. Asking 30" electric or gas range-$250. $37,500. 325-446-2245. T-6-tfnc Washer-$125. Dryer, electric or gas-$125. Twin mattress with Manufactured Movers boxsprings, new-$155 pair. Double mattress/box springs We move & set up mobile homes. $180 a pair. Queen mattress Also do re-levels. Licensed, with box springs, new $210 set. bonded & insured. 830-367-3194. King mattress with box springs, E-mail: [email protected] I# new-$295 set. Bunk beds w/ 004474. Superior Mobile Home new mattresses-$385 complete. Movers. S-7-4p Furniture also. 830-257-4267. M-tfc


Cedar Hills Apartments now leasing 1/2 bedroom apts. 325-446D-52-tfnp 4560 or 325-446-2958. Available for rent March 1, 302 S. 11th St. 3/bd., 2/ba., CH/A. 325-446-8853; 941-374-5816.


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Help wanted at COOPER'S BAR-B-Q. Full/part time. Benefits, vacation, retirement. No phone calls please. Apply in person only 2423 N. Main. C-43-tfnc Applications being taken at Rowe's Chevron, night shift only. R-40-tfnc Will do graveside curbing. Call Jimmy Carlile at 325-446-3468.



Slated Meeting 8:00 p.m. 1st Thursday Each Month Chris Casaday, WM Ilee Simon, Secretary

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Tree trimming or tree topping. Call Hector Menchaca at 325M-4-4p 446-3664.

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The Little Store, 1620 College. Apartment, office, storage, etc. Will remodel if needed. 325-446-2781. N-4-4p

Junction Independent School District is accepting proposals for track renovation. The project will consist of repairs and refurbishment of the all-weather running track/field event areas. Base proposal scope of work will include the removal and disposal of the existing latex surface on all areas, making necessary repairs to the base surface, installing new surface to the oval and field events, applying stripes and marks that meet specifications for high school boy's and girl's events, and properly clean-up the site and the leave the facility in a clean and orderly manner. Proposals will be received until 10:00 a. m. March 22, 2011. Packets will be available at the JISD Superintendent's office located at 1700 College Street, Junction, Texas. 325 446-3510 or online Submit proposals to: Junction Independent School District 1700 College Street Junction, Texas 76849 If you have any questions, contact Dr. Renee Schulze, Superintendent at 325 446-3580 or [email protected] Junction I.S.D. reserves the right to waive any formalities, reject any or all bids (or any portions thereof), and to accept the bid (s) considered most advantageous to the district. J-7-2c



COMBINED NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT AND INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS February 23, 2011 City of Junction 730 Main Street Junction, Texas 76849 326-446-2622 This Notice shall satisfy the above-cited two separate but related procedural notification requirements. REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS On or about March 11, 2011, the City of Junction will submit a request to the Texas Department of Rural Affairs for the release of Community Development Block Grant funds under Section 104(f) of Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 as amended, TxCDBG contract #GR710911, to undertake a project known as water improvements. Contractor shall rehabilitate the dilapidated elevated water storage tank located in the western section of the City of Junction to comply with Texas Commission on Environmental Quality regulatory requirements. Construction shall consist of the installation of a new access hatch, repair to the structural damage to the roof, sandblasting and recoating approximately 11,791 of surface area located on the interior and exterior of the tank and associated appurtenances. Construction shall take place at the existing Round Top ground storage tank located in the western area of the City of Junction near the intersection of Plum Avenue and 20th Street. FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT The City of Junction has determined that the project will have no significant impact on the human environment. Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not required. Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at Junction City Hall, 730 Main Street, Junction, Texas, and may be examined or copied weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENTS Any individual, group, or agency disagreeing with this determination or wishing to comment on the project may submit written comments to the City of Junction. All comments received by March 10, 2011, will be considered by the City prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds. Commentors should specify which part of this Notice they are addressing. RELEASE OF FUNDS The City of Junction certifies to the Texas Department of Rural Affairs that Larry Maddux in his capacity as Mayor consents to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. The Department's approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and related laws and authorities, and allows the City of Junction to use Program funds. OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS The Texas Department of Rural Affairs will consider objections to its release of funds and the City of Junction's certification received by March 29, 2011, or a period of fifteen days from its receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer or other officer of the City of Junction approved by the Department; (b) the (RE) has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 68; (c) the grant recipient or other participants in the project have committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by the Department: or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58) and shall be addressed to the Texas Department of Rural Affairs at P.O. Box 12877, Austin, Texas 78711. Potential objectors should contact the Department to verify the actual last day of the objection period. The Honorable Larry Maddux C-7-1c Mayor


The Kimble County Sheriff's Office will offer for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, vehicles taken into custody as abandoned or seized motor vehicles as authorized by Texas law. Since the last registered owner/lien holders have not reclaimed the property as provided by Section 5103 of the Certificate of Title Act (Article 6687-1-VTCS), notice is hereby given that: An auction sale of abandoned or seized motor vehicles by the Kimble County Sheriff's Office will be held on Friday, March 4, 2011, at 10 a.m. in Junction, Texas, at the Kimble County Sheriff's Office. Vehicles may be seen at the Kimble County Sheriff's Office on the day prior to the auction. Terms are cash or check with letter of credit. Any person having interest in a vehicle listed below as an owner or lien holder may contact the Kimble County Sheriff's Office at 325-446-2766. After deducting the reimbursement allowed under Subsection (a), the proceeds of the sale shall be held for 90 days for the owner or lien holder of the vehicle. The purchaser at auction will take clear title, free of all liens, after application is made at the Tax Office in the Kimble County Courthouse. Vehicles for auction March 4, 2011: 1. 1994 Ford 2 door.............................................................1FAPP31XXRK158022 2. 1997 Plymouth van.........................................................2P4GP2431VR265657 3. 2001 Chrysler 4 door......................................................2C3AD36J91H516742 4. 1994 Ford 4 door.............................................................2FALP73W9RX189141 5. 1996 Subaru wagon........................................................JF1GF4856TH814489 6. 1997 Ford 2 door.............................................................1FALP4043VF154828 7. 1996 Chevy pickup..........................................................1GCCS1441TK119291 8. 1993 Lincoln 4 door........................................................1LNLM82W7PY713616 9. 1979 Ford pickup............................................................F15HPDK1997 10. 1994 Ford 2 door...........................................................1FALP624XRH182872 11. 2000 Cadillac utility......................................................1GYEK13R3YR159838 12. 1998 Chevy utility.........................................................3GNEK18R8WG119497 13. 1998 Chevy pickup.......................................................1GCEC14W1WZ127488 14. 1998 Volvo wagon.........................................................YV1LZ5647W2521721 15. 1985 Ford 2 door..........................................................1FABP46F2FH188074 16. 1988 Ford CB................................................................1FDKF37MXJNB52028 homemade vin



The Junction Eagle, Wednesday, February 23, 2011

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The Dirt on Hill Country Gardening

by David Steinbrunner & Linda Tarrant

Classifieds! Real Estate

R.D. Kothmann Real Estate

Serving the Hill Country since the 40s. 1701 Main - Junction - 325/446-3013 RANCHES/ACREAGE KIMBLE COUNTY 3.11 acres ­ N. Llano frontage, large metal barn w/horse stall, billboard income. 4.25 acres ­ lg. oaks, well, good bldg. sites, some restrictions. $50,000. Reduced to $40,000 5.21 acres ­ Main Llano River frontage, some restrictions. $160,000. 6.21 acres ­ North Llano River frontage, near town, 3/3 house, carport, outbuildings. Reduced to $230,000. 7.76 acres - N. Llano River frontage, large house, some restrictions. $275,000. 12+/- acres ­ S. Llano River frontage, good homesite. $480,000. 15.012 acres­4/3 house w/CH&A, fenced yard, sprinkler system, large metal workshop, well, hwy. frontage. $$449,500. 17+/- acres­N. Llano River frontage, edge of Junction, city water. $10,000/ac. 19.07 acres - S. Llano River frontage, 2/1 home, well, near SOLD town. Reduced to $485,000 20 acres ­ London area, 3/2 brick home w/patio & garage, barn, pens, well, seasonal creek. Reduced to $175,000 20 acres ­ N. Llano River frontage, electricity, good cover. $270,000 28.45 acres - cabin, bunkhouse, barn, fences. $150,000. 37+/- acres ­ 3/2 manufactured home enclosed w/large unfinished add-on, well, septic. $250,000 49.52 acres ­ high fenced, well, dirt tank, electricity, views, abundant wildlife, some restrictions. $279,000 50 acres ­ well, wet weather pond, beautiful views, some restrictions. $155,000 90+/- acres ­ creek, log cabin, well, pecan bottom. $875,000

Patience! It is still too early to actively start your spring gardening. Our average last freeze date is about the middle of March. However, we've had crippling freezes as late as April 10 in recent years! A good rule of thumb is to put your tender perennials and annuals in the ground after Easter. Keep doing your maintenance chores, preparing your beds, trimming your trees, and planning. Some of you vegetable gardeners can put your onions, potatoes, spinach, cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, Swiss chard in the ground in about three or four weeks (theoretically two weeks before the last freeze date). And, this is a great time to plow through the seed catalogs or to start your seedlings in your greenhouse. Fruit trees can be planted now. Make sure to get a variety with a high chilling hour requirement, around 800 or more hours. High chilling hours delay blooming until later in the spring as these fruit trees need to be dormant an extended period of time. Thus, they won't bolt into bloom with the first warm day in February, only to be nipped in the bud. Our favorites are Loring, Redskin, Harvester, or Ranger peaches. Most plums have lower chilling requirements, but Methley, Bruce, and Ozark Premier are probably best for our area. All the pecans are great for this area, but our favorites are the Indians: Comanche, Sioux, Chocktaw, Kiowa, Wichita, Cherokee, Cheyenne, and lots more. The best eating pears are Moonglow and LeConte; the largest is Orient, but the huge, softball-like fruit is pretty grainy. Flowering crabapples, pears, and peaches are also attractive plants for early spring bloom. Plant of the Week. Tree of the week is the Trident Maple (Acer buegerianum). This one grows about 30 feet tall with a fairly upright growth habit. It is a 3-lobed leaf, hence the name. The bark has a peeling element, not unlike Lacebark Elm or Crape Myrtle. It's spectacular orange fall color is the reason it

is usually grown. It prefers a well-drained soil, but tolerates any type of soil, even thriving in our caliche. It is not as susceptible to cotton-root rot (Phymatotrichum omnivorum) as other maples. Chores for this week. - Most of these are preventative medicine. You'll be glad you did them when everything pops into bloom in the spring! · Spray with a dormant oil on your fruit trees, oak trees, or any trees that tend to get scale or have overwintering insects. Add a bit of Neem oil, which is an organic insecticide, to your spray. · Spread a pre-emergent, such as corn gluten meal to keep weed seeds from sprouting. · Plant more trees. · Transplant anything that you want to move. · Prune trees and use a mixture of wood glue and water to paint on all open cuts. · Plan your new or modified beds for spring. · Use soil conditioners and molasses and compost on planned bed areas. We encourage your questions, comments, or your own "Personal Plant of the Week" by writing David at [email protected] com.

Classifieds! Real Estate

Sammy Plumley, Broker 325/446-2830 2341 N. Main - Junction, Texas

Trident Maple leaves

Seeking caring and dependable people to work in the homes of elderly and disabled clients. Will assist with preparing meals, shopping, personal care, errands, light housekeeping, and other assigned duties. We offer flexible day, evening, and weekend shifts. Must be at least 18 yrs. of age with a clean criminal background. MUST have reliable transportation. No certifications or prior experience required. Fax Resume referencing Ad # 10993 to 325-646-2278 For an application, call 800-665-4471 Apply online at E.O.E / M.F.D.V.

Plumley Realty


Reduced to $745,000

100+/- acres ­ 3/2 rock home, views, big barn, well. $675,000. 100 acres ­ intermittent creek, well, good hunting, some restrictions. $299,500 130+/- acres ­ spring, hilltop views, best of hunting. $2,750/ac. 186+/- acres ­ live oak country, older house, modest cabins, well, 2 fields. $3,000/ac. 285+/- acres ­ spring, hilltop views, modest hunting cabin, hwy. frontage, good hunting. $4,995/ac. unting. $2,750/ac. 387.06 acres ­ spring w/small dam, well, hills & draws, large CONTRACT trees. $2,750/ac. 475+/- acres - older 2-story home, 2 wells, rolling terrain. $2,725/ac. 640 +/- acres - near Telegraph, best of hunting, owner will divide. $2,495/ac. 667+/- acres - hills overlooking Junction, commercial corner. $2,900,000. 793.09 acres - N. Llano River frontage, new fence, 2 wells.

Reduced to $2,995,000

907+/- acres - large 5/3.5 house, furniture, barn w/shop, foreman's house, cabin, 4 wells, 2 ponds, great views, best of hunting.

Reduced to $2,300,000.

961+/- acres­over .8 miles Main Llano River frontage, water rights, charming and rare river rock main house w/matching 2/1 guest house, well maintained pens and barns, fields w/excellent soil, fantastic views, beautiful bottomland terraces­whitetail, axis, turkey abundant. Not hunted for several years. Owner will divide. $3,750/ac. 1056+/- acres ­ Johnson Fork Creek, water rights, cabin, 2 windmills, fields, minerals. $3,500/ac. SUTTON COUNTY 9500+/- acres ­ Ft. McKavett area, hwy. frontage, good roads and fences, modest improvements, minerals, will divide. MENARD COUNTY 50 acres - McKavett area, hwy. frontage, good hunting, some minerals. $1,800/acre 55 acres - 3/2 mobile home w/deck, pond, fences, well, storage SOLD tank, some restrictions. $130,000. 67.68 acres - metal cabin/shed, well, 4 feeders, some restrictions. Reduced to $1,995/acre. 320+/- acres ­well, tank, submersible pump, productive land, minerals. $1,650/ac. KINNEY COUNTY 652+/- acres­1.5+ miles of west prong of Nueces River, large springs, rock lodge, barns, other improvements, 5 wells, wildlife program EDWARDS COUNTY

275+/- acres­well w/windmill, hwy. frontage, good location. $1,500/ac HOMES/LOTS 305 S. 12th St. ­ 3/2 home, large trees, good neighborhood.

Reduced to $64,900.


212 Hillside-3/3 rock & stucco house, garage & carport, 2 fireplaces, large shop & RV storage, owner-agent. #239,000 303 Kneeland - 3/2 manufactured home w/porches & cellar on 2.2 acres, metal shop, paved drive, well & city utilities. $105,000 419 Hickory - 3/1 home recently remodeled/like new w/brick & frame CONTRACT ext., metal roof, CH&A, carpet & tile, new appl., lg. lot. $72,000. Two adjoining lots on Mt. Laurel, good location. $16,000 each Two adjoining lots on Mesquite, restrictions. $32,500 total.

COMMERCIAL 9.91 acres ­ N. Llano River frontage, cabin, pecan orchard, edge of Junction. $185,000 Up-and-running restaurant in good location, all equipment included. $160,000 2005 N. Main - large lot, nice building, plenty of parking.

Reduced to $150,000. $275,000.

Corner of Hwy. 377 S. and Main St. at light.

Reduced to

702 Pecan St. - large building, great location. $199,000.

Greer Kothmann, Broker.....................................446-3241 Kelly Kothmann....................................................446-3280 W. L. Taff...............................................................475-2155 K-33-TFNC Dave Newton...................................................830-459-7446

Acreage 1.74 ac., N. Llano River frontage, small cabin, good fishing and swimming. $89,000. Owner financing. $79,000 Price reduced 3 ac., Johnson Fork Creek frontage, 3 br., 3 ba. Main house, native rock exterior, woodburning fireplace, guest house, observation deck overlooking creek, lots of improvements. $325,000. 3 ac., 3 Br., 2 Ba., N. Llano River frontage, newly remodeled, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors, 2 living areas, granite tile counter tops. $235,000 3.21 ac., Rolling Oaks Ranch subdivision, near Harper, some restrictions, nice building site w/oaks. $35,000 3.68 ac., large 3 Br., 2 Ba., livable but is partially unfinished, ready to be customized by the new owner, nice large trees. $100,000 6.88 ac., Main Llano River frontage, 3 Br., 3 Ba. house, 2 fireplaces, garage, small guest house, River Valley Estate. $250,000. 8.5 ac., 3 br., 2 ba., house, fireplace, carport, 2 br. Cabin, county road frontage, good soil. $230,000 9.19 ac., 1Br., 1Ba, large front & back porch, cedar frame, fireplace, study & loft, 1 Br., 1 Ba., bunk house, 1 submersible well, 1 windmill, paved access. $175,000. 10 ac., Hwy 377 frontage, close to town, commercial building site. $50,000 10 ac., 3 br., 2 ba. mobile, S. Llano River frontage, 30 x 60 buildCONTRACT ing, close to town. $300,000. 14.86 ac., Hwy 377 frontage, water well, close to town, good building site for commercial. $8,000 per acre. 23 ac., S. Llano River frontage, close to town, easy beach access for swimming and fishing, water well, nice building site w/view of surrounding hills, large pecan trees. $595,000.$495,000 Price reduced 58 ac., CONTRACT Llano River frontage, irrigation rights, pecan orchard, cleaning equipment, 3 br., 2 ba., house, barns. Great hunting & fishing. $490,000 66 ac., S. Llano River access, hilltop views looking over the river, storage building, paved access, 9 miles S. of town. $4,500 per acre. 86 ac., East of Junction, 3 Br., 2 Ba., main house, 2 guest houses, metal barns, views, abundance of game, 2 water wells, good access, $650,000. 96.2 ac., 5 Br., 2 1/2 Ba., custom home, cypress siding & mixed native stone exterior, cedar arbor over patio, tile floors, large woodburning fireplace, wrap around porch, workshop, Main Llano River frontage with native pecan bottom, turn key property within minutes to town. 99 ac., large live oaks, rolling terrain w/nice views, small early 1900's cabin, nice field w/income potential, red, sandy soil, county road frontage. $325,000. EDWARDS COUNTY 27.5 ac., small 1 Br., 1 Ba. House, equipment shed, water well and septic, wet weather creek, nice trees, Jackson Ranch subdivision. $109,000 SUTTON COUNTY 22 ac., N. Llano River frontage, W. of Roosevelt, building site w/ view. $198,000 453 ac., high fence, live oaks, lots of game, electricity, water well, rolling terrain. $1,695 per acre 1682 ac., Live oaks, excellent grass cover, mixed brush great for growing big whitetail bucks, 3 ponds, 2 water wells, 2 Br/1Ba. house, large living area, fireplace, new livestock working pens, field, new high fence, paved access, surrounded by large neighbors, private setting. $1,795 per acre. Houses/Lots 306 West Street - 4 Br., 3 Ba., hardwood floors, recently remodeled, good neighborhood. $115,00. $110,000 Price reduced 114 W. Cedar - 2 Br., 1 Ba., carport, hardwood floors, nice trees, alley access back SOLD of property. $47,500 418 Woodlawn - 3 Br., 1Ba., corner lot, new roof, great starter home. $51,000. 401 N 9th - 4 br., 3 ba., 2 living areas, fireplace, large basement, nice trees, corner lot, swimming pool & hot tub, workshop. $115,000. $90,000 Price reduced Corner of Mt. Laurel Dr. & W. Pine, 2 lots, great building site. $32,000. Commercial 2+ ac.-I-10 @ 457 Exit-High visibility area with good access off I-10 each direction. Great potential. $225,000. 2040 N Main - La Vista Motel, 9 units, manager quarters, large lot for parking or additional building, other commercial potential for offices or apartments. $230,000. Cody Plumley, broker.............................................325/446-6532 Misty Plumley, agent.............................................325/446-6532 P-27-tfc Carter Plumley, agent...........................................830/591-2084


Classifieds! Real Estate

Serving the Texas Hill Country since 1946! 1845 Water St., Kerrville, TX 78028 830-257-8881 Mark Meek, Broker 210-275-0745 cell


107+/- acres ­ Main Llano River 3-miles NE of Junction. New 5,000+/- SF. barn and new 3/2 mobile home. $859,000. Very nice! 1,443+/- acres of gorgeous Texas Hill Country located 45 minutes west of Kerrville, or 30 minutes west of Hunt. Thick rolling oak country with lush grasses, good soil and 2,380 foot elevations. Small ranch house, large barn, water well, and paved road frontage on Hwy. 83, and mostly high fenced. Game includes whitetail deer, axis deer, turkey and hogs. $2,250 per acre! 2,825+/- acres ­ One hour west of Del Rio. Whitetail, mule deer, M-7-4C new ranch house and priced at $395 per acre.

Hill Country Real Estate, LLC.

Ward Bolt Whitworth - Broker

2621 ac. ranch. 40 min. SW of Junction. 730 ac. ranch. Kerr Co. SOLD 137 ac. Main Llano River. 16.89 ac. N. Llano River. Must See. New listing! Premium office space for rent.

325-446-8790 Office


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3.73 ACRES: On the South Llano River near the state park. Beautiful water. 3 Br., 2 bath main lodge plus small guest cottage. Excellent fishing, kayaking, swimming, & tubing. Price includes jeep, kayaks, boat trailer & furnishings. Seller financing. PRICE REDUCED. 70.13 ACRES: On South Llano River near the state park. 1,650 ft. of choice river frontage, hwy. 377 frontage, 3 cabins, LD pecan and oak trees, minerals & water rights included. SOgiant 664 ACRES: Near Fredericksburg. Both sides of 2 permanent spring-fed creeks including North Grape Creek. Excellent dam/lake sites. Outstanding hunting & fishing. Awesome views & valleys. Price reduced from $8,000 to $6,750 to $6,000/per acre. 745.5 ACRES: Near Rocksprings. Utopian hunting ranch. Headquarters w/central heat and air, 19 beds, 10 blinds, 20 feeders. Deer, turkey, birds and hogs. Minerals. $1,199 per/acre. 960 ACRES: On Llano River 15 mi. N.E. of Junction. 1 mi. river front. Exc. tree cover. High fenced. Paved rd. frontage. Trophy white-tail deer, turkey, quail & fabulous fishing.



CONTRACT PENDING PRICE REDUCED - 106 S. 11th St., 3/2 brick home, central heat/ air, fireplace, fenced yard, conveniently located. $79,500

Inventories are low & we need all types of listings Sue Lewis Gipson, Broker 830-739-6992; 830-896-4106

Rance Roberts Sue Beth Gipson


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The Junction Eagle, Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Texas Tales

Nacogdoches' Oak Grove Cemetery is one of the oldest and most historical graveyards in Texas, but one of its better stories has hardly been told. First known as "American Cemetery," Oak Grove began with the burial of one Franklin J. Starr in 1837 on a tract granted in 1826 to empressario Haden Edwards, who's also buried there. Four signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence are buried at Oak Grove, the best known of them being Thomas Jefferson Rusk. He served as Sam Houston's secretary of war during the early days of the Republic of Texas and later became the young nation's chief justice. Three veterans of the decisive Battle of San Jacinto lie in the cemetery, as do the remains of veterans of many other wars. Other burial plots are filled by the once well-to-do and the once down-and-out, including former slaves. The cemetery received an infusion of even older remains in 1912 when an old Spanish graveyard was relocated to make room for a new county courthouse. One of those

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reinterments was a Father Mendoza, who died in 1718. An historical marker at Oak Grove, which is just east of downtown Nacogdoches, provides a thumbnail history of the graveyard and some of its more noted occupants, but it says nothing about W.E. Winston and Frank Robbins. Winston, a native Texan, fought for the South during the Civil War. In the midsummer of 1863 at Gettsburg, he suffered a wound so severe his comrades-in-arms left him where he fell, figuring he was dead or soon would be. But after the fighting, someone finally noticed he was still breathing and hauled him to a field hospital. While hospitalized, Winston met Robbins. Like him, Robbins had been gravely wounded during the fighting and left for dead. Though they had shared a common experience on the battlefield, they had one particularly big thing not in common: Winston was a rebel and Robbins was a Yankee. Despite that, the two soldiers became friends during their mutual convalescence. When

they both got their discharges, they swore that if one of them ever got in trouble, he would seek the other out and get help, no matter what. Shaking hands on the deal, Winston headed back to Texas and Robbins left for his home in Ohio. Settling in Nacogdoches, Winston opened a foundary and soon enjoyed a prosperous business. In 1883, two decades after Gettsyburg changed the course of the war, a down-and-out fellow walked into Winston's place of business. It was Robbins. Living up to his end of the bargain, Winston gave Robbins a job, and they renewed their friendship. Of course, they still had their differences. Winston was a life-long Democrat while Robbins always voted Republican. No matter their differing politcal views, another thing they had in common was that neither had married nor had a family. So they became each other's family, watching the other's back just like they had back in that field hospital in Pennsylvania. As he got older, Winston bought a lot in Oak Grove Cemetery big enough for two graves. He made it known that were he to die first, his friend was to be buried at his side

when he passed on. And that's what happened. The old Confederate went first, followed by his Yankee pal. On Jan. 20, 1932, the Associated Press carried a short story on this unusual pact, noting that the men's

graves were unmarked. Four months later, on May 25, the AP ran another article, telling basically the same story it had the previous January, but noting that Winston and Robbins had a double tombstone with their names, birth and death

dates. But www., which lists some 57 million graves, has no records for either Winston or Robbins, two former enemies united in friendship and death.

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Sheriff Hilario Cantu and staff are privileged to bring you this weekly report of happenings in Kimble County. The information is taken from call slips, which do not always contain the outcome of the calls. Kimble County dispatch received 246 telephone calls and 621 radio transmissions during the week of Feb. 13 through Feb. 19, 2011. Kimble County Sheriff's Deputies, EMS, Fire, and DPS were dispatched to 18 calls for service: 2/13-1. Game Warden Morrison responded to KC 315 in reference to a report of a wounded deer. 2. Deputy Whitaker responded to I-10 438 in reference to a report of a road hazard. 3. JVFD responded to Kerr County for mutual aid for a grass fire. 2/14-1. Deputy Colston responded to Segovia Truck Stop in reference to a report of an irate customer. 2. Deputy Pittman responded to I-10 mm 463 in reference to a report of a wounded deer. 2/15-1. Trooper Purvis responded to I-10 mm 446 in reference to a report of a stranded motorist. 2. EMS responded to the 400 block of N. 16th in reference to a female needing transport to Kimble Hospital. 3. Trooper Purvis responded to I-10 mm 471 in reference to a report of a road hazard. 4. EMS responded to KC 350 in reference to a report of a subject with unknown medical problems. Subject was transferred to Kimble Hospital. 2/16-1. EMS responded to Llano River Auto Center in reference to a report of a male subject having a diabetic episode. Subject was transported to Kimble Hospital. 2/17-1. EMS responded to Leon St. in London in reference to a report of a male subject having chest pains. Subject was transported to Kimble Hospital. 2. Deputies Stewart, Waites and Hagler responded to the 200 block of Substation Lane in reference to a report of a fight in progress. 2/18-1. Deputies Hagler and Stewart responded to RR 1674 in reference to a report of a fight in progress. 2. EMS responded to Kimble Hospital for a transfer to San Angelo. 2/19-1. Deputy Hagler responded to RR 385 in reference to a report of a subject that hit a deer. 2. Deputy Hagler responded to I-10 mm 471 in reference to a report of a reckless driver. 3. EMS responded to Kimble Hospital for a transfer to San Antonio. 4. JVFD responded to I-10 mm 451 in reference to a report of a grass fire. Kimble County Jail Administrator Jeff Whitaker processed 11 persons through the jail on the following charges: 2/14-1. Inv. Mike Chapman arrested Richard Dibrell, 51, of San Antonio for felony charge for possession of marijuana. 2/16-1. Deputy Payne arrested Kipp Nickelson, 29, of Llano for violation of probation. 2. Officer Morgan arrested John W. Wallace, 43, of Junction for outstanding municipal warrants. 2/17-1. Officer Hernandez arrested Valarie Redding, 32, of Junction for assault. 2/18-1. Deputy Hagler arrested Beau Mackie, 34, of Junction for violation of probation. 2. Deputy Stewart arrested Sheila Townsend, 38, of Junction for assault family violence. 3. Deputy Stewart arrested Billy A. Carlile, 32, of Junction for assault family violence. 4. Deputy Brown arrested Christy Presnell, 39, of Junction for fail to identify and forgery by passing. 5. Deputy Brown arrested Christina May, 20, of Junction for forgery by passing. 6. Trooper Purvis arrested Evette Dominguez-Vasquez, 26, of San Antonio for theft by check. 7. Officer Maldonado arrested Chelsea Garcia, 22, of Junction for municipal warrants.


The Junction Police Department submits the JPD offense/incident/arrest reports each week to keep citizens informed of calls and incidents occurring in the city. Traffic citations are not included. The release of the information is required by Texas under the provisions of the Open Records Act. Although Texas law allows the release of names and addresses included in these reports (with the exception of names of minors and victims of sexual assault), this newspaper has chosen to print only the names of those arrested. Those named in these incident reports should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. Department in reference to a welfare concern. 2. Sgt. House was dispatched to I-10 in reference to a stalled vehicle. 3. Officer Hernandez was dispatched to the 2400 block of Main in reference to an assist. 4. Officer Hernandez was dispatched to the 400 block of Hickory in reference to loud music. 5. Officer Hernandez was dispatched to the 2000 block of S. 14th in reference to disorderly conduct. 6. Officer Hernandez was dispatched to the 900 block of Pecan in reference to loud music. Monday, February 14 1. Sgt. House was dispatched to the 1600 block of College in reference to Sunday, February 13 disorderly conduct. 1. Sgt. House was con2. Sgt. House was distacted at the Junction Police patched to the intersection of College and 5th in reference to a welfare concern. 3. Sgt. House was contacted at the Junction Police Department in reference to a miscellaneous report. 4. Chief Ivy was dispatched to the 100 block of Woodlawn Dr. in reference to a disturbance. 5. Chief Ivy was contacted by phone in reference to information. 6. Officer Hernandez was dispatched to the 2400 block of Main in reference to a theft. Tuesday, February 15 1. Officer Morgan was dispatched to the 2400 block of Main in reference to a miscellaneous report. 2. Officer Maldonado was dispatched to the 600 block of N. 12th in reference to a disturbance. 3. Officer Maldonado was dispatched to the 700 block of N. 10th in reference to an animal control matter. Wednesday, February 16 1. Officer Morgan was dispatched to the 100 block of Chestnut in reference to stolen property. 2. Officer Morgan made an arrest in reference to municipal warrants. 3. Officer Morgan was dispatched to the 400 block of Hickory in reference to a civil matter. 4. Officer Maldonado was dispatched to the intersection of Hickory and N. Main in reference to an intoxicated pedestrian. 5. Officer Maldonado was dispatched to the 2400 block of Main in reference to a welfare concern. 6. Officer Maldonado was dispatched to the 300 block of Cherry in reference to loud music. 7. Officer Maldonado was dispatched to the 300 block of Cherry in reference to a disturbance. Thursday, February 17 1. Sgt. House was dispatched to the intersection of 16th and Main in reference to a reckless driver. 2. Sgt. House was contacted at the Junction Police Department in reference to a miscellaneous report. 3. Sgt. House was dispatched to the 1900 block of Main in reference to an EMS assist. 4. Officer Hernandez was dispatched to the 200 block of Substation Lane in reference to a disturbance. 5. Officer Hernandez was dispatched to the 100 block of Cedar in reference to harassment. Friday, February 18 1. Officer Hernandez was dispatched to FM 1674 in reference to an assist. 2. Sgt. House was dispatched to the 800 block of College in reference to an animal control matter. 3. Sgt. House was dispatched to the 1700 block of College in reference to a truancy report. 4. Officer Maldonado was dispatched to the 1100 block of N. Main in reference to an assist. An arrest was made in reference to local warrants. 5. Officer Maldonado was dispatched to the 2400 block of Main in reference to an accident. 6. Officer Maldonado was dispatched to the 2400 block of Main in reference to a reckless driver. Saturday, February 19 1. Officer Maldonado was dispatched to the intersection of 12th and Cherry in reference to a disturbance.


Retrofit Building with Energy Efficient HVAC Units, Light Ballasts/Fixtures with appropriate Light Bulbs at the Kimble County Library, 208 N. 10th St. in Junction, Texas RFP Close Date: 03/23/11; 5 p.m. (Central) Kimble County received a $23,030 State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) Grant to retrofit the Kimble Library with new HVAC units. The County invites proposals from qualified individuals or businesses for the following work: · Replace the existing HVAC units with 15.0 SEER rated units, seal and repair existing duct work, replace thermostats and other related equipment. · (IF GRANT FUNDS PERMIT) Replace existing T12 lamps and magnetic ballasts with T8 lamps and electronic ballasts light fixtures containing energy efficient bulbs for suitable conditions inside the library. Bidders must comply with the following federal guidelines (more information about the guidelines will be offered in the complete bid package): · National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) · Davis-Bacon Act · Buy American Act Preference will be given to bonded contractors. Kimble County reserves the right to award more than one contract under the RFP. This County is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, extend the RFP deadline and to waive formalities in the selection process. If a contract award is made under the terms of this RFP, Contractor will be expected to begin performance of the contract on or about May 1. Parties interested in requesting a copy of the RFP should contact Grant Administrator Patricia Whitty, 730 Main St., Junction, Texas, 76849, 325-446-3402. Closing Date: Proposals must be received in Judge Murr's office inside the Kimble County Courthouse, 501 Main St., Junction, Texas 76849 no later than 5 p.m. (CT), on Wednesday, March 23, 2011. Late proposals will not be considered. Bids must be received sealed in an envelope identified "SECO Grant - Library RFP". Sealed bids will be opened in the county courtroom K-7-&9-2c of the Kimble County Courthouse, 501 Main St., Junction, Texas 76849 at 12 (noon) on a Thursday, March 24, 2011.


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The Junction Eagle, Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Outdoors Outback

by Kendal Hemphill

Recreation can be very dangerous As you know if you've been reading this column for a while, as opposed to doing something constructive, I built my first canoe out of an old pressure tank. I cut the bottom off the tank, and then cut it down the middle and welded the two halves together. This `canoe' was pretty much indestructible. You would have to shoot it with a 30.06 to even make a dent. It was also pretty heavy. Every time I wanted to put it in the water, I had to get several guys to help me lift it. But at least I didn't have to worry about anyone stealing my canoe. Recently, while my wife and I were visiting Randy and Joy Young in Bastrop, we got to talking about that canoe, and the `trolling motor' I built to go with it. I straightened out the curve in the shaft of an old weed eater, and replaced the string head with a trolling motor propeller. Unfortunately, although that was a great idea, it didn't work. At all. Every time I revved up the weed eater and lowered the prop into the water, the motor immediately died. There are some laws of physics that just can't be bent. But you never know how an idea will work out until you try it, unless you go online first and find out if someone else has already tried the same thing. Randy told me about a website where you can do that, kind of. It's called `Instructables,' and it's sort of a potpourri of how-to articles. The content runs the gamut from crazy Red Greentype projects to insane Red Green-type projects. Actually, some of the ideas are pretty good. People have devised ways to easily and cheaply build doo-dads, gadgets, gizmos, and whatzits to make life easier or more convenient in thousands of areas, most of which are not appealing to me in the least. But some of the instructables are pretty interesting, by which I mean you can easily kill yourself building and/ or using the projects. One particular instructable details how to build a hot tub while camping. The introduction says "This instructable is how to build a Camping Hot Tub and is for information purposes only. Safety first!!!! It involves power tools, fire, electricity and water. Recreation can be very dangerous. I am in no way liable for anything you do, damage to vehicles or equipment, loss of life, accidents that may occur, fines incurred, acts of God, etc." That instructable was particularly useful to me, because I got the title of this column from it. A lot of instructables focus on how to make things out of duct tape, which I thought I was already a master of. Not so much. They should have an entire website of just duct tape instructables. There are directions for making duct tape hammocks, duct tape backpacks, duct tape luggage, duct tape brass knuckles, duct tape boats, and duct tape duct tape. You think I'm kidding. The Instructables site is divided up into sections, so you can avoid the ones that don't interest you, and are therefore boring. This mainly pertains to the Living section, which is subdivided into sections for decorating, gardening, sewing, yarn, and other lame stuff that won't kill anyone. The fun sections are the ones under the headings of Technology, Outside, and Workshop. You never know what you're going to find in those. One of the most impressive things about the Instructables

site is its diversity. You can find directions on how to build backyard catapults, next to advice on how to build homemade wedding rings, right beside instructions on how to use a drill press as a lathe, alongside designs for making a ukulele out of a cigar box. If there's something you've thought about doing or building or breaking or blowing up, chances are someone has already done it, and they've written out detailed instructions on how they did it, complete with pictures, and posted it on Instructables. That's the real attraction, I think, to the site. It's a user based system, where anyone can post their plans for everyone else to see and use. It's an almost exhaustive database of do-it-yourself instructions for everything from corn pads to unmanned space flight (and maybe manned space flight), kept going by the people who use it. Very strange people, some of them, but still. The Technology section seems to especially be a repository for geeks with a sense of humor. Since I've been looking for really bright flashlights lately, I looked the site over for ideas. There are plenty of those, some of which might actually work. I'll let you know once I build a Super Powerful Light out of a Wad of Used Kleenex. Me, I'm skeptical, but you never know. One instructable in the Technology area says you can build a Solar Powered Robot from Trash. Which is probably true, depending on your definition of solar powered, and robot, and trash, and also depending on the particular field of expertise your three degrees from MIT are in. But we'll see. I've got plenty of trash. I also have a canoe, made from a pressure tank, I'd let go pretty cheap . . .

Kendal Hemphill is an outdoor humor columnist and public speaker who once built a rocket out of a toilet paper tube, but the GPS caused it to tank. Write to him at PO Box 1600, Mason, Tx 76856 or [email protected]

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by Hayden Behling, PA-C

Q: I recently attended a free health clinic, and the doctor there said that I may have prediabetes and should talk to my doctor. What is pre-diabetes? How do I know if I have it, and what should I do if I do have it? Pre-diabetes is a condition in which blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not high enough for a diagnosis of diabetes. This condition is sometimes called impaired fasting glucose (IFG) or impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) depending on the test used to diagnose it. Pre-diabetes is a condition that should be taken seriously but also one that can be reversed by the patient in a cost-free manner by simply adopting healthier habits. The US Department of Health and Human Services estimates that about one in four US adults aged 20 years or older ­ or 57 million people ­ had pre-diabetes in 2007. In more recent studies, the Center for Disease Controls (CDC) is reporting

that one in three adults may have pre-diabetes. To determine if you have pre-diabetes, your healthcare provider can order one of two tests. Either the fasting glucose test that measures blood glucose after at least eight hours of fasting or the glucose tolerance test that measures blood glucose after at least eight hours of fasting and two hours after drinking a sweet liquid provided by a doctor or laboratory. Another question patients often ask about pre-diabetes is, "What are the symptoms?" Unfortunately, there are no symptoms. People may have had pre-diabetes for several years without noticing anything. The best way to prevent pre-diabetes is to know the risk factors. If you have one or several of the risk factors below you should talk with your healthcare provider about how often you should be tested for the condition. · Being overweight or obese · Being physically inactive · Having a parent or sibling with diabetes · Having a family background that is African American, Alaska Native, American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic/Latino or Pacific Islander · Giving birth to a baby weighing more than nine pounds or being diagnosed with gestational diabetes ­ diabetes first found during pregnancy · Having high blood pressure

or being treated for high blood pressure · Having an HDL (good cholesterol) level below 35 mg/dL or a triglyceride(bad cholesterol) level above 250 mg/dL · Having polycystic ovary syndrome, also called PCOS · Having impaired fasting glucose (IFG) or impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) on previous testing · Having other conditions associated with insulin resistance, such as severe obesity or acanthosis nigricans · Having a history of cardiovascular disease If you should be diagnosed with this condition, there are steps you can take to reverse the condition. The very first steps to reversal of a pre-diabetes diagnosis is to become more physically active and to lose weight. By doing these two things you may not only reverse the pre-diabetes, but you may also avoid developing type 2 diabetes. If you need to talk with a healthcare provider about prediabetes, call Junction Medical Clinic today at 325-446-3305 for an appointment.

Hayden Behling, PA-C has been with Junction Medical Clinic since March 2010. He completed his undergraduate and graduate work in the Physician Assistant Program at the University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, Utah. He received his Master's in Physician Assistant studies in 2008. After graduation, Behling worked as a PA for Castle Country Family Medicine in Price, Utah.

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by Sylvia Lawler

Excuse the mess in the library, but the past few days of spring weather has energized the staff with the "spring cleaning" bug. They are moving, rearranging and weeding (deleting) items. The most noticeable change in the library is that all of the VHS tapes and books on cassette tapes have been pulled from the shelves, deleted from the library's system, and placed on the "Donation Cart" where you may purchase them for a small donation. Eliminating these out-of-dated materials leaves space to add new DVDs and books on CD which we are doing on a weekly basis. Another area that is being revamped is the Young Adult section of the library, which is being relocated to the media room. We have exciting plans for our teenage patrons. The library has ordered new books from the Best Seller's List for Teens to update their materials. And in the near future, hopes of additional furniture, designed just for the teens in mind, will make the Young Adult area more inviting. With all of the shifting of shelves, materials and furniture, this will increase the area designated for the children.

Plans are in the works to spiff up the children's area also. And you adult patrons have not been forgotten. March will bring you numerous new titles written by some of your favorite authors such as Jodi Picoult, Laura Childs, Fern Michaels and James Patterson, to name just a few. Another note of interest, check out the new exhibit in the Kimble Krafter's Korner. Sue Baugh has so graciously loaned her collection of red glassware for display. The pieces are exquisite and a "must see" the next time you visit the library. Speaking of visiting, please do come by, enjoy a cup of coffee, and see all of the changes that are taking place at Kimble County Library. New book on the shelf: One Rough Man by Brad Taylor

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13 popular Mexican beer 14 slogan for TX-born pres.: "_ ____ Ike" 15 TX gov. power: legislative ____ 16 used to row a boat 19 most TXns have to _______ their house 20 TX B.J. Thomas had his early hits with "_______ Records" 22 actress O'Hara in `50 film "Rio Grande" 24 __ Vernon, TX 25 TX Buddy Holly's "__, Boy" 26 ____ Smith County

27 Dallas Spanish newspaper: "__ ___ de Texas" 28 "Old San Antonio Road" was one of "caminos ______" 29 TX Gary Busey `97 miniseries: "_____ Riders" 30 tie up a boat

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a pregnancy to make a digital image of the fetus and offer to show the sonogram image to the patient before the procedure continues. Senate Bill 16, authored by Dan Patrick, R-Houston, tentatively approved on a vote of 21-10, now moves to the House for consideration. The doctor also would be required to record the heartbeat of the fetus and offer the patient the opportunity to hear it; plus, the doctor would be required to give a verbal explanation of the images. That explanation would be optional if the pregnancy is a result of sexual assault or incest; or the fetus has an irreversible medical condition or abnormality, as previously identified by reliable diagnostic procedures and documented in the patient's medical file. And, among further requirements in the bill, there is a clause that authorizes a doctor to perform an abortion without obtaining informed consent in a medical emergency. Gov. Rick Perry praised the Senate in regards to SB 16 and said, "I look forward to working with House members to pass this legislation quickly, to ensure Texans are fully informed when considering such an important decision." AG testifies against EPA actions... Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott was in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 9 to testify before a subcommittee of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee. Abbott, while discussing the state of Texas' legal challenge to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's recent takeover of the greenhouse gas regulatory role, said "Texas cannot support the EPA ­ and in fact must challenge it ­ when it pursues regulations that are contrary to the (Clean Air Act) and devastating to the economy." Free tax filing available to some... The Texas Workforce Commission on Feb. 11 announced the availability of Free File, a free, federal income tax preparation and electronic filing program for eligible taxpayers. Taxpayers with a 2010 Adjusted Gross Income of $58,000 or less who meet additional requirements can qualify to use it. Visit IRS. gov for more information. The Workforce Commission also encouraged qualified taxpayers to take advantage of the Earned Income Tax Credit allowing lower-income earners and families to pay less or no federal income tax, or receive cash payments. Tuition program near deadline... Feb. 28 is the deadline to enroll in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund, the state's prepaid college tuition program. Texas Comptroller Susan Combs last week reminded families to take advantage of the program, which offers a hedge against future increases in tuition and required fees at Texas public colleges and universities. Participants lock in the cost of undergraduate tuition and required fees at today's prices and choose from a variety of options to prepay for those costs. Long-serving jurist laid to rest... Former Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Joe Greenhill, 96, died Feb. 11. He joined the court in 1957 and served as chief justice from 1972 to 1982. The Houston native's 25-year tenure on the high court is the longest of any Supreme Court justice in the history of Texas. Burial was in the Texas State Cemetery on Feb. 15.

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Senate, House committees tangle with state budget... Last week, the Senate Finance and the House Appropriations committees were busy gathering input in daily hearings to fine tune their respective versions (Senate Bill 1 and House Bill 1) of the state budget for 2012-2013. The committees have to figure out how to make ends meet on much less revenue, so it's all about what to cut. They are looking at a spending ceiling of perhaps $160 billion for the two-year period, in the face of budget requests from all agencies totaling more than $200 billion. It's a monumental task to sort through compelling needs brought before them as they struggle toward decisions that will result in cuts to education, health and human services, prisons, transportation, law enforcement and more. Meanwhile, the decennial United States Census figures for Texas arrived on Feb. 16. The information not only provides the basis for the Congressional seat allocation and redistricting, it generally determines how much federal funding Texas rates. And that will play into state budget calculations Texans will see in the House and Senate bills. Sonogram bill gets approval... The Texas Senate on Feb. 17 passed legislation that would require a medical doctor who is about to terminate

Students of the Week waiting to have lunch with Dana Davis, JES principal, are, in the back, from left, Maria Rivas, Chloe Jackowski, Quentin Schulze and Joshua Gauna. In the front row, from left to right, are Jessica Carlile and Trae Routt.


by Dr.Reneé Schulze Junction ISD Calls School Board Election ­ May 14, 2011 The Board of Trustees consists of seven board members elected to serve, without compensation, for overlapping terms of three years each. Elections are conducted annually in May. While candidates run for specific places, they do not represent specific geographical areas; rather, each represents JISD at large. Following the annual election, the board elects a president, vice-president and secretary to serve for one-year terms. Places up for election are Place #3 currently held by Allen Castleberry, Place #4 currently held by Cody Plumley and Place #5 currently held by Luke Levien. Application Process · Anyone may pick up an application and Appointment of Campaign Treasurer form from the Junction ISD Administration Office, 1700 College Street. Candidate packets will be available for the May 14, 2011, election on February 14, 2011. · Applications must be signed, notarized and state the place for which the applicant is a candidate. · The term of office for school trustee is three years. · All applications filed are public records and open to inspection upon request. · Completed forms must be filed in the Administration Office. To be eligible as a candidate for, or elected or appointed to, the office of school board trustee, a person must: 1. Be a United States citizen. 2. Be 18 years of age or older on the first day of the term to be filled at the election or on

the date of appointment, as applicable. 3. Have not been determined by a final judgment of a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote. 4. Have not been finally convicted of a felony from which the person has not been pardoned or otherwise released from the resulting disabilities. 5. Be a resident of the district for six months before the filing deadline and a resident of the state for 12 months before the filing deadline (or 12 months before the day of the election, in the case of a write-in candidate) A person may not be elected trustee of an independent school district unless the person is a qualified voter. (NOTE: It is not a requirement that a candidate be registered to vote at the time the candidate files for a place on the ballot. The person must be a qualified voter to be elected.)

Fort McKavett to celebrate West Texas Heritage Days

The public is invited to celebrate history at the annual West Texas Heritage Days at Fort McKavett State Historic Site on Saturday, March 26, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. At 8 a.m. the gates will open; at 10 a.m. there will be a flag raising ceremony; at noon, there will be a barbecue lunch; and at 4:30 there will be a flag lowering ceremony. Throughout the day, activities will include cavalry, artillery and infantry action drills, Native American living history performances, Buffalo Soldiers, Buffalo Hunters, chuck wagon delectables, the Texas Camel Corps and other frontier skills demonstrations. A band playing period music will perform during the barbecue lunch offered to the public by the Friends of Fort McKavett. Donations to help defray the cost of the food will be appreciated. Fort McKavett is located 23 miles west of Menard, 41 miles northeast of Sonora and 34 miles east of Eldorado. For directions and additional details, call 325-396-2358, and for more information on the fort itself, visit An e-mail address is also available for the fort: [email protected]

Guest speaker to visit FUMC

Bill Glass former NFL All Pro and Baylor All American will be speaking at Junction First United Methodist Church on Sunday, February 27, at 11 a.m. A covered dish lunch will follow.


Community Calendar

Rotary: noon, Isaack's Restaurant Alcoholics Anonymous: 8 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Church

Thursday, February 24

First Baptist Church Junction to hold fundraiser

FBC Junction would like to invite the community to join at an in-gathering celebration and banquet to kick off a fundraising for church's new multi-purpose building. A night of fun awaits you on Saturday, March 5, beginning at 6 p.m., in the FBC Fellowship Hall. The Fair family from San Angelo will provide the musical entertainment. A delicious banquet awaits those who attend the celebration. A silent auction will be held. Interesting items await your bid including a commemorative rifle, gift certificates, afghans, services and goodies of all types. We hope you will plan to spend the evening with us celebrating the start of a new chapter in FBC history.

Washington Day Tea: 2 p.m., College Street Church of Christ Annex

Saturday, February 26

Men's Bible Class: 9 a.m., broadcast on KMBL 1450 AM & KOOK 93.5 FM Guest Speaker: 11 a.m., First United Methodist Church Celebrate Recovery: 6 p.m., First United Methodist Church

Sunday, February 27

Sudoku puzzle

Sponsored each week by:

Fitness for Life: 10:30-11:30 a.m., Senior Center Kimble County Historical Commission: 5 p.m., County Courtroom Al-Anon: 5:30 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Church Parish Hall Alcoholics Anonymous: 7 p.m., Kimble County Library

Monday, February 28

2101 Main Street, Junction (325) 446-3321 Sudoku Puzzle #2071-M

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Storytime: 10 a.m., Kimble County Library Ladies' Alcoholics Anonymous: noon-1 p.m., Kimble County Library Men's Health Club: 4-5 p.m., Methodist Church Lapsit Storytime: 5-6 p.m., Kimble County Library

Tuesday, March 1

Ladies' Alcoholics Anonymous: noon-1 p.m., Kimble County Library House of Faith: 3-5 p.m., Rotary/Girl Scout House

Wednesday, March 2

If you would like to have an event placed on the Community Calendar, call 446-2610 before 5 p.m. on Monday or email to [email protected]


Easter Pageant Practice Begins St. Jude Basketball Tournament St. Jude Basketball Tournament, FBC Fundraiser Texas Paddling Trails Program Meeting

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Varsity cheerleaders for the 2011-2012 Junction High School year are, from left, Tye Douthit, Kaitie Chenault, Alexis Fernandez, Isela De La Cruz, Katy Heap, Chelsi Davis, Tayler Wright, Gabby Lawhon and Mascot, Hailey Morales. Tryouts were held last Friday for both varsity and junior varsity girls.

JV cheerleaders for the 2011-2012 Junction High School year are, back row, from left, The annual Valentine party for members, spouses and guests of the Business and Alina Escamilla and Skye Badalucca. In the front row from left, are Jessey Martinez, Bria Professional Women's Club of Kimble County was held Tuesday evening, February 15, Martinez and Rachael Carpenter. 2011, in the community room of the Junction National Bank with twelve members and six guests present. Frederica Wyatt, seated, presented a program on the fifty-year history of the Club which was organized in the spring of 1961. A birthday cake commemorating fifty years was served. Two charter members, still active in the club, in attendance for the celebration were Frederica B. Wyatt and Dortha W. Williamson, standing.

This picture is taken inside of the new Kimble Hospital where there will be ten patient A few of the Rotary Club members helping cook/serve at the annual Pancake Supper, are, rooms. Five rooms will be private and five will be semi-private. At full capacity, a total of from left, David Dobbins, Larry Harrison, Steve Fieldcamp and Mike Zaborowski. 15 beds can be used.

This 18-wheeler is unloading shot rock for the bank stabilization project on the North Llano This steel structural frame is beginning to take shape at First Baptist Church's new multi- River in City Park. Each truck carries about 25 tons per load. As of Tuesday, 1,400 tons purpose building site for its members and the community. had been delivered.


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