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Welcome to the Food Manager Classes service for managers employed within the City of San Angelo, Texas. This food managers certification course is for any food service manager who needs to obtain a certicate in order to work in a retail food establishment . . .

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Article By: Austin College
Posted: 8/26/2014
Views: 72  Impressions: 4493
Categories: Education, Entertainment: The Arts

Wind, Brass, and Percussion Musicians Sought  by Austin College
SHERMAN, TEXAS—With the countdown to the Austin College 2014 Fall Term nearing the single digits, another season for the College’s concert band, the Austin College Wind Symphony, also is nearing. Director Robert Archer, adjunct instructor of music at Austin College, invites qualified brass, percussion, and wind musicians from the community, student body, and faculty to audition for membership. Openings are available in most sections.

The band will meet for its first rehearsal of the fall from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, September 3, in Craig Hall Room 114 on the Austin College campus, and will continue each Wednesday, . . .
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Article By: Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
Posted: 8/22/2014
Views: 102  Impressions: 7101
Categories: Government: State

Railroad Commissioner by Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
This November, Texas voters will elect someone new to most of the state-wide offices: the Office of the Governor; Lieutenant Governor, Comptroller, Agriculture Commissioner, Land Commissioner, and Railroad Commissioner. Over the next several weeks, I will talk about the duties and powers of each office, and how the office effects the lives of Texans.
The Railroad Commission of Texas was established in 1891 under a constitutional and legislative mandate to prevent discrimination in railroad charges and establish reasonable tariffs. It is the oldest regulatory agency in the state and one of the oldest of its kind in the nation. . . .
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Article By: Edward Jones - Asa Jessee,CRPC® - Financial Advisor
Posted: 8/19/2014
Views: 89  Impressions: 9459
Categories: Financial: Investment, Financial: Retirement, Local News

Avoid Expensive Errors When Paying for College by Edward Jones - Asa Jessee,CRPC® - Financial Advisor
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Provided by: Asa Jessee, CRPC® - Financial Advisor

– Aug. 18, 2014

It’s just about Back-to-School time again. If you have young children, you might be hustling them to the store for backpacks and binders. But if you fast-forward a few years, you can envision driving your kids a little farther — to their college dorms. And when that day comes, you’ll want to be financially prepared. So you’ll want to avoid making costly mistakes when . . .
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Article By: Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
Posted: 8/15/2014
Views: 119  Impressions: 10738
Categories: Politics

Select House Committees by Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
In recent weeks I have written about the interim committee charges for some of the 32 standing committees in the Texas House of Representatives. In addition to the standing committees, there are a number of select committees that are studying various issues this interim. While most select house committees are created by the speaker of the house, some others were created through legislation passed during the last legislative session. The members of . . .
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Article By: Edward Jones - Asa Jessee,CRPC® - Financial Advisor
Posted: 8/11/2014
Views: 226  Impressions: 13676
Categories: Financial: Investment, Financial: Retirement, Local News

Are You a Baby Boomer?  Don't Let Retirement Plans Go Bust.  by Edward Jones - Asa Jessee,CRPC® - Financial Advisor
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– Aug. 11, 2014

If you’re a baby boomer, you’re at the point in life where, if you haven’t actually entered retirement, you’re at least approaching the outskirts. But if you’re like many of your fellow boomers, you may be experiencing more than a little trepidation over your financial prospects as a retiree. That’s why it’s so important for you to determine what steps to take to . . .
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Article By: Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
Posted: 8/8/2014
Views: 177  Impressions: 14864
Categories: Business, Politics

Select House Committees by Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
In recent weeks I have written about the interim committee charges for some of the 32 standing committees in the Texas House of Representatives. In addition to the standing committees, there are a number of select committees that are studying various issues this interim. While most select house committees are created by the speaker of the house, some others were created through legislation passed during the last legislative session. The members of . . .
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Article By: Edward Jones - Asa Jessee,CRPC® - Financial Advisor
Posted: 8/6/2014
Views: 374  Impressions: 16153
Categories: Financial: Investment, Financial: Retirement, Local News

Your Legacy Is in Your Hands by Edward Jones - Asa Jessee,CRPC® - Financial Advisor
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Provided by: Asa Jessee, CRPC® - Financial Advisor

– Aug. 4, 2014

Unless you keep close track of obscure holidays and observances, you probably didn’t know that August is “What Will Be Your Legacy? Month." Still, you might want to use this particular month as a useful reminder to take action on what could be one of your most important financial goals:

leaving a meaningful legacy.

A legacy isn’t simply a document or a bunch . . .
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Article By: Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
Posted: 8/1/2014
Views: 231  Impressions: 18198
Categories: Entertainment: Events, Home Life, Politics

Shoppers Can Save During Sales Tax Holiday  by Texas State Rep. Larry Phillips
For many Texas parents the upcoming month of August means time to start getting the kids ready to head back to school for a new year. Those making trips to local stores to purchase school supplies and clothing will benefit from the annual Sales Tax Holiday weekend. The state's tax holiday will take place on August 8, 9, and 10. . . .
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Article By: Austin College
Posted: 7/31/2014
Views: 205  Impressions: 18309
Categories: Education

ATP Students Host Summer Camp by Austin College
When it’s July in Texas, discussions of the weather generally come down to one word: hot. For the past two weeks, discussions among 50 elementary school students also have included rain, clouds, hurricanes, and even blizzards. They’ve also talked about into volcanoes, earthquakes, floods, and other natural disasters.

The first- through fourth-grade students, representing several Grayson County elementary schools, spent the entire morning each day at Jefferson School in the in the annual summer enrichment program, . . .
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Sherman High Students also waiting for Santa!
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