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Ashley Mumme reads the Uvalde Leader-News during a family vacation on June 28 at the Magnificent Northern California Redwood National Park in Humboldt County. The family drove through California, Oregon, Washington and Victoria British Columbia.
 
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E-cycling a new way of life

LOGAN GARNETT GENERAL MANAGER.
 
We’ve probably all got one: that closet or drawer full of discarded keyboards, mouses (mice?), cell phones, monitors, etc. Generally a wild tangle of wires and plastic, it sits there in the dark collecting dust and taking up space. But before you condemn one more piece of obsolete technology to the digital graveyard or simply throw the whole mess out, consider recycling your electronics. Known as e-cycling, handing over your used, broken or outdated devices to to be disposed of properly is a concern that looms larger and larger as our collections of electronics balloon.
 
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How to find $24 million gnaws at council

KIMBERLY RUBIO STAFF WRITER.
 
How will the city fund a $24 million street improvement project? That is the question pondered by city councilmen on Tuesday when they met in regular session. Earlier in the month, the city heard from Mark McLiney of Southwest Securities regarding the tax effects of borrowing the full $24 million to fund street improvements. McLiney suggested breaking the amount into two installments – $12 million in 2014 and another $12 million in 2017. To do that, he said the tax rate would have to increase by 17 cents the first time and 19 cents for the second.
 
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Hesse sees fourth consecutive win

Blair Hesse showed the grand champion steer Friday during the 2014 Uvalde County Livestock Show held at the Uvalde County Arena at the Fairplex. Hesse’s exotic steer weighed 1,260 pounds. She also received senior showmanship honors. This is the fourth year Hesse’s steer has taken top honors at the Uvalde County show.
 
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On a recent trip back to her hometown of Fort Wayne, Ind., LouAnn Olson visited the gravesite of John Chapman (1744-1845). Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed, was a pioneer nurseryman who introduced apple trees to large parts of the midwest and planted orchards to feed settlers moving west. Every September a festival is held in his honor in Fort Wayne.
 
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Gerdes, Edwards make case for second terms

Both Mickey Gerdes and Willie Edwards have announced plans to seek re-election as trustees with the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District. They currently hold the two seats from the East zone, which they have represented for the past four years. “It has been a privilege to serve the students, faculty, staff and community as a member of the board for the past four years,” said Edwards.
 
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Martinez eyes commissioner spot

THE FOLLOWING was submitted by Phillip A. Martinez, a candidate for Uvalde County Commissioner, Precinct 4.
 
I, Phillip A. Martinez, would like to formally announce my candidacy for Uvalde County Commissioner, Precinct 4. I was born and raised in Uvalde, where I attended public schools and graduated from high school in 1991. I then joined the United States military and proudly served with the U.S. Marine Corps. My years of service with the Marine Corps allowed me to gain knowledge, discipline, and life experiences to persevere and to maintain a vision for establishing goals and a purpose for service.
 
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Crash course

Uvalde firefighters and policemen observe damage to pole and motorcycle after a one-vehicle accident that sent a man to San Antonio by air on Friday night.
 
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Mike Zamora reads the Uvalde Leader-News in Maine in front of the Atlantic Ocean on Oct. 15.
 
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Trucks not welcome on Vickers Lane

KIMBERLY RUBIO STAFF WRITER.
 
Truckers are prohibited from driving on Vickers Lane, following a decision by Uvalde City Council to add the lane to an existing ordinance that does not allow trucks to travel through certain streets or portions of streets in Uvalde. “I think that we are all in agreement that this is a warranted deal, and so we are just going to update that ordinance to include Vickers Lane,” said Councilman Jesse Rodriguez, who introduced the subject for debate at a past meeting.
 

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