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Crime Stoppers: Auto Theft at Mall
CORPUS CHRISTI - Auto burglary detectives need tips to track down an auto burglary suspect caught on tape in the La Palmera parking lot.The crime happened on February 27th. The suspect pulled into the lot in an older model Chevy Silverado. The thief parked right next to the victim's car.She came out later and noticed her purse was gone.If you can help detectives, call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS, or submit a tip online at www.888tips.com. Permalink| Comments
April 10 2014 - Source: http://www.kristv.com/news/crime-stoppers-auto-theft-at-mall/

Midlanders turn up for turkey and fixings at 11th annual dinner (+ photos)
Standing on the steps of H-E-B’s big red mobile kitchen, cook Pete Tovar carefully handed off to coworker Andy Perez silver pans filled with 4-ounce turkey breasts.
November 01 2013 - Source: http://www.mywesttexas.com/news/crime/article_d82d99e0-4370-11e3-8992-001a4bcf887a.html

Summary of Incidents for July 17, 2012
From the Weatherford Police Department "On 07.16.2012 at approximately 1630hrs reporting officer C Brown #74 was dispatched to 900 N Main in reference to an automobile accident. One party of the accident identified as Colton Davis of Weatherford was determined to have capias pro fine warrants out of Weatherford Municipal Court, Davis was taken into custody. On 7-17-12 at approximately 1024 hours I, Officer J. Young #80, was dispatched to the police department in reference to a credit card abuse case. Upon my arrival I contacted the complainant John Dixon by phone. Dixon told me that his business (located in the 1500 block of Ft Worth Hwy) debit card had been stolen. Dixon said that approximately $1000 dollar had been taken out of the account for nonbusiness related purchases. A Credit / Debit Card Abuse case was written. On Tuesday, 07-17-2012 at 1225hrs I (Sgt. J. Hayes #56) was dispatched to a vehicle westbound on Fort Worth Hwy which had possibly just been involved in a drug transaction. The Silver Ford Explorer was located and a traffic stop was made due to a traffic violation. The driver of the vehicle was identified as a Kerri Michelle Scroggins (w/f 28yoa) and through further investigation it was determined that she had outstanding Parker County warrants and was driving on a suspended license. Scroggins was arrested for DWLI with a previous conviction and for the outstanding warrants. read more
July 18 2012 - Source: http://www.community-news.com/content/5222

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Missing Family Cat
Alex is a gray and white Domestic Short Hair, Weight12 pounds, Wearing a red collar with silver studs on it, has blue rabies tag on collar from Alexis Animal Clinic, pet name and phone# on back. He is neutered and declawed.Went Missing from Shiloh Pines Community on Sept. 14th. Please help us bring home this loved pet been in family his whole life. Reward for safe return. Please call 903-747-3752...
Happening July y, 1 embe09 - Source: http://sulphursprings.kltv.com/news/pets/224251-missing-family-cat

8th Annual Easter Egg Hunt
April 19, 2014This is free event is organized by The City of Buda Parks Department, The YMCA and The Connection Church. Open to ages 0 – 11 yrs. Free activities include inflatable rides, rock climbing wall, face painting, trackless train and give aways from our sponsors. The Hunt starts at 9:30am sharp. Bring a camera for pictures with the Easter Bunny! A very special THANK YOU to our generous sponsors: AMM Collision Center, Austin Telco Federal Credit Union, Buda Lions Club, Cromwell Construction Inc., Dance Unlimited, D’Ette & Company Dancers, Noah’s Ark Self Storage, Silverado Crossing Apartments, Sonic of Buda at FM967/1626, Saint Elizabeth Episcopal Church, Texas Lehigh Cement Company, The Little Gym of Kyle and Whataburger of Buda.
Happening April 19 2014 - Source: http://ci.buda.tx.us/Calendar.aspx?EID=258

A pedicure that cured all my pet peeves (Faith)
By Dr. James L. SnyderRecently a situation developed that caused me quite a bit of a quandary. The gist of that quandary had to do with money, which is a serious pet peeve of mine. When I was in high school, I had smashed my right big toe. At the time, the doctor had to remove the toenail and it took six months for my toenail to grow back. Well, it did not quite get back into shape. I have had trouble with that toe ever since. Lately that toenail was giving me some difficulty. I knew if I went to the doctor, it would cost me an arm and a leg. What good is a toe when you lost an arm and a leg? When checking it out it would have cost about $200 to see a doctor about this. Being a certified Pennsylvania Dutchman, $200 is a lot of money. Trying to get $200 out of a Pennsylvania Dutchman is about as close to suicide as anybody wants to get. I tried to think of how I could deal with my toe without going to that money hungry doctor. Several weeks ago, I happened to overhear somebody say that they had a badly infected toenail. It caught my attention because it was the condition of my toe at the time. Instead of going to the doctor, this woman went and had a pedicure, which took care of her damaged toe. I really did not know what a pedicure was; just that it was some kind of a woman thing. As a man, I had no interest in involving myself in anything that could be classified as a woman thing. However, my toe would not quit hurting. I pondered this subject for a couple of weeks. I thought to myself, “Self, maybe you should try the pedicure.” Myself thought it was a good idea and so I drove over to where they did pedicures. I sat in my truck for a few minutes looking at the Nail Salon where they did pedicures. While I was watching, my toe kept hurting. Finally, I decided to leave my manhood in the truck, hobble in and see if they could do a pedicure for someone like me. When I walked in, I discovered that they did not speak English. At least most of them did not. I inquired and was warmly received, then ushered to a chair where they could work on my toes. Within 20 minutes, I received a pedicure to beat all pedicures. The young woman who did my toes did a marvelous job. I was afraid that she would try to paint my toenails and I was prepared for a vigorous No. But she did not and was very gracious in taking care of my wounded toe. When I went to pay for the pedicure, I was surprised it was only $20. I walked painlessly to my truck and sitting in my truck was my manhood with $180. That is what I call a good day. I could not help think of a verse in Proverbs, “Better it is to be of an humble spirit with the lowly, than to divide the spoil with the proud” (Proverbs 16:19). Sometimes a proud spirit gets in the way of healthy living. When I think too much of myself I have too much of myself to think of. Rev. James L. Snyder is pastor of the Family of God Fellowship, PO Box 831313, Ocala, FL 34483. He lives with his wife, Martha, in Silver Springs Shores. Call him at 1-866-552-2543 or e-mail jamessnyder2@att.net. His web site is www.jamessnyderministries.com. Read Article.More from Faith.
Happening April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.llanonews.com/news/115913/

Harriet Ann Ely Hannigan (Peggy): 1929-2014
Harriet Ann Ely Hannigan (Peggy), 84, of Boerne, TX died Saturday March 29, 2014.  Peggy was born in Lincoln, Nebraska in 1929 to the late Roy John Wright Ely and Lucile Stambaugh Ely.  Peggy spent her childhood and college career in Missoula, Montana where she graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in home economics.  In 1953, while working her first job in Seattle, she met and married her husband, Jim Hannigan, an aerospace engineer with Boeing.  They began their life together at Tinker AFB in Oklahoma and lived in several states before settling for 29 years in Dickinson, Texas in 1964.  By this time the family had grown to include four children.  After all the kids were launched and Jim retired from NASA, she and he moved to their lakehouse in Sunrise Beach on Lake LBJ.  There they spent 15 years enjoying the hill country with good friends before moving closer to son Rick in Boerne. In addition to raising four kids and managing a busy household, Peggy was an active volunteer all her life, particularly in church work, Meals On Wheels and was Co-Director of the fledgling Dickinson Public Library for several years.  She was an excellent cook, seamstress and quilter.  Peggy was also a lover of nature and especially enjoyed birds and birdwatching. This love was reflected in the beautiful poetry for which she once won statewide recognition in 2009. She is survived by her husband of 61 years James E. Hannigan, and four children,  Linda Hannigan (Paul) of Dallas, Richard Hannigan of San Antonio, Thomas Hannigan (Joan) of Silver Spring, Maryland, and Mary Hannigan (Ruben) of Corpus Christi.  She is also survived by three grandchildren, Sean Hannigan (Emily), Travis Hannigan and Kelsey Hannigan. The Memorial service was held on Thursday, April 3 at 10:30 a.m. at Vaughan’s Funeral Home in Boerne, Texas.  Donations in lieu of flowers may be made to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (www.pdf.org) or any local Meals On Wheels. To leave a message for the family, please visit www.vaughanfuneralhome.com  Funeral Arrangements entrusted to Vaughan’s Funeral Home of Boerne. Read Article.1 photo attached to this article.More from Obituaries.
Happening April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.llanonews.com/news/115905/

Harriet Ann Ely Hannigan (Peggy): 1929-2014 (Obituaries)
Harriet Ann Ely Hannigan (Peggy), 84, of Boerne, TX died Saturday March 29, 2014.  Peggy was born in Lincoln, Nebraska in 1929 to the late Roy John Wright Ely and Lucile Stambaugh Ely.  Peggy spent her childhood and college career in Missoula, Montana where she graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in home economics.  In 1953, while working her first job in Seattle, she met and married her husband, Jim Hannigan, an aerospace engineer with Boeing.  They began their life together at Tinker AFB in Oklahoma and lived in several states before settling for 29 years in Dickinson, Texas in 1964.  By this time the family had grown to include four children.  After all the kids were launched and Jim retired from NASA, she and he moved to their lakehouse in Sunrise Beach on Lake LBJ.  There they spent 15 years enjoying the hill country with good friends before moving closer to son Rick in Boerne. In addition to raising four kids and managing a busy household, Peggy was an active volunteer all her life, particularly in church work, Meals On Wheels and was Co-Director of the fledgling Dickinson Public Library for several years.  She was an excellent cook, seamstress and quilter.  Peggy was also a lover of nature and especially enjoyed birds and birdwatching. This love was reflected in the beautiful poetry for which she once won statewide recognition in 2009. She is survived by her husband of 61 years James E. Hannigan, and four children,  Linda Hannigan (Paul) of Dallas, Richard Hannigan of San Antonio, Thomas Hannigan (Joan) of Silver Spring, Maryland, and Mary Hannigan (Ruben) of Corpus Christi.  She is also survived by three grandchildren, Sean Hannigan (Emily), Travis Hannigan and Kelsey Hannigan. The Memorial service was held on Thursday, April 3 at 10:30 a.m. at Vaughan’s Funeral Home in Boerne, Texas.  Donations in lieu of flowers may be made to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (www.pdf.org) or any local Meals On Wheels. To leave a message for the family, please visit www.vaughanfuneralhome.com  Funeral Arrangements entrusted to Vaughan’s Funeral Home of Boerne. Read Article.1 photo attached to this article.More from Obituaries.
Happening April 18 2014 - Source: http://www.llanonews.com/news/115905/

Easter egg hunt brings smiles to special children
Matt Kane, 14, grinned as he looked over his silver wire-framed glasses, grooving to the music of Lady Antebellum on his handheld device.
Happening April 18 2014 - Source: http://kdhnews.com/copperas_cove_herald/local/easter-egg-hunt-brings-smiles-to-special-children/article_20a28bc6-c676-11e3-a88e-001a4bcf6878.html

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Silver, Missing People
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Missing: Donald Lee Erwin, Camden County, Missouri (12/29/13)
03-17-14 - 59 year-old Donald Lee (Donnie) Erwin last seen on December 29th 2013 in Camden County, Missouri. Donnie was last known to be wearing jeans, a baby blue-colored t-shirt and gray loafers. The disabled veteran’s left leg is amputated above the knee. Donnie has a scar from his left elbow to the wrist. Donnie’s silver […]
March 17 2014 - Source: http://texasequusearch.org/2014/03/missing-donald-lee-erwin-camden-county-missouri-122913/

Silver, Crime News
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Special lawmen stay on trail of cattle rustlers
DUBLIN, Texas (AP) — Like a beat cop working the streets, Wayne Goodman is marking his turf and showing his badge as dozens of stock trailers unload hundreds of cattle at the Dublin Livestock Auction. Handcuffs are riding on the back of one belt, and the silver badge of a special ranger for the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association is pinned on his blue shirt and embossed on his ...
March 28 2014 - Source: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/texas/article/Special-lawmen-stay-on-trail-of-cattle-rustlers-5357442.php

Gall Stones and You
90% of abdominal pain is caused by gall stones. Doctor Gregg Silverman joined John-Thomas Kobos with the signs, symptoms and relief.
March 17 2014 - Source: http://www.kiiitv.com/story/24993628/gall-stones-and-you

Could it be Your Thryroid?
The thyroid regulates our energy, makes protein and controls horomones. Dr. Gregg Silverman joined John-Thomas Kobos with common issues associated with the thyroid.
February 17 2014 - Source: http://www.kiiitv.com/story/24742557/could-it-be-your-thryroid

ASK A MASTER GARDENER: Dealing with freeze damage
Artemisia is a perennial, evergreen herb with delicate silver-gray foliage. It is best to wait until early spring when the temperature is milder to prune this plant. The damaged branches on top of the plant will help to protect the roots if we get another freeze.
February 02 2014 - Source: http://www.weatherforddemocrat.com/local/x1782765347/ASK-A-MASTER-GARDENER-Dealing-with-freeze-damage

HPD, Girl Scouts collect stuffed animals at lacrosse tournament
HOUSTON, TX – Collecting stuffed animals for kids affected by violent crimes is a project that was started 5 years ago by Julia Briggs, a 13 year old girl trying to earn a Silver Star Award from Girls Scouts. Unfortunately …
January 26 2014 - Source: http://newsfixnow.com/2014/01/26/hpd-and-girl-scouts-of-america-collect-stuffed-animals-at-cy-fair-lacrosse-tournament/

Police continue search for Dumas jewelry store burglary suspect
Authorities in Dumas say on October 16, someone broke in to Terre's Jewelry at 1528 South Dumas and stole around $30,000 worth of jewelry, silver coins and other items.
December 10 2013 - Source: http://www.newschannel10.com/story/24186306/police-continue-search-for-dumas-jewelry-store-burglary-suspect

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