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Bankruptcy  Update

The economy in San Antonio is ever changing. The bankruptcy practice has virtually dried up. I attribute this trend to a number of factors. One, the bankruptcy statute changes enacted in 2005 are finally in full bloom making filing and maintaining a chapter 13 case difficult. 135 more words


Potter County Commissioners Court Votes to Implement TechShare.Court for Justice of the Peace Courts

In an effort to implement a case management system for its Justice of the Peace Courts, Potter County Commissioners Court voted on Monday, Mar. 23 to join the TechShare.Court project. 169 more words


On a Different Bend

I haven’t been able to do much photographic work of late, but all in all it has been for a good cause.

Last weekend all of my photographic pursuits were squashed by family from out-of-town visiting.   510 more words


Texan Arrested With Sword In Cane, Trying To Visit Jailed Son

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SAN ANTONIO (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A Texas man trying to visit his jailed son also landed behind bars after being caught with a combination cane and 2-foot sword. 141 more words


Throwback Thursday

Throwback to the Paul Elizondo Tower achieving LEED Silver Certification by the USGBC in 2011! Jasmine Engineering was part of the commissioning team on this expansion to the Bexar County Justice Center.

Noisetrade Wednesdays: Sam Lewis & Chris King

by: Thomas D. Mooney

Every week, we highlight a few of our favorite things on Noisetrade that you have missed or simply just didn’t know about at all.  331 more words


San Antonio/Bexar County Has Few Illegal/Undocumented Aliens For Its' Size

The San Antonio/Bexar County area has only about 52,000 undocumented/illegal aliens, according to a piece by MySanAntonio.com.

Here’s the link to the full piece:

http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/San-Antonio-has-the-least-undocumented-immigrants-6018769.php… 283 more words