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Texas Owned Company Looking For Motivated Entrepreneurs

The company is on the lookout for a motivated leader who holds the same values and demonstrates a sincere desire…

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Kyle Cheers For Water Deal

Recently, HCPUA devised and implemented a “sharing plan” to address the area’s water needs.

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Chairman Pickett Asks Attorney General To Clarify Vehicle Registration Authority

By Ender Reed, Legislative Liaison   The Texas Department of Vehicles has claimed that it has the authority to contract with…

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Federal Judge Approves Plan To Weaken Texas Voter ID Law

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a staunch supporter of the voter ID law, signaled that he won’t give up the…

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BUSINESS NEWS: New Overtime Rule From The U.S. Department of Labor

Those remain the same, meaning that they will continue to apply in general to the highest-ranking employees (executive and administrative…

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National Weather Service Has Issued A Heat Advisory For Hays County

Take extra precautions…If you work or spend time outside.

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Nominations Open For 2016 Governor’s Small Business Awards

“This is the third year in a row that we’ve been selected as the host partner for the Governor’s Small…

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Local Governments Receive $769 Million In Sales Tax Revenue

“The cities of San Antonio, Austin, Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano and Irving saw noticeable increases in sales tax allocations,” Hegar…

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Answering Questions On Open Carry And Campus Carry

Most private universities in Texas have opted out of campus carry. Many universities are banning guns in dorms...

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Gary Job Corps Y2Y At Fish Fry For Constable Peterson

This initiative is the first national, student-created, and student-led effort to curb youth violence on Job Corps centers, in their…

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