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Uvalde

(yo͞ovăl`dē), city (1990 pop. 14,729), seat of Uvalde co., SW Tex., in a farm area; founded c.1854, inc. as a city 1921. It is a rail junction in an agricultural area with cattle, sheep, goats, hogs, vegetables, cotton, and wheat. Wool, mohair, vegetables, and frozen foods are processed. Minerals (asphalt, lime, sand, gravel) are also mined in the area. The home of Vice President John Nance GarnerGarner, John Nance,
1868–1967, Vice President of the United States (1933–41), b. Red River co., Tex. A lawyer, he served (1898–1902) in the Texas legislature and then (1902) was elected to Congress.
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"The Uvalde Water Project will provide the Edwards Aquifer region with a more reliable source of water by ensuring that the San Antonio Pool and the Uvalde Pool of the aquifer are utilized in a manner that benefits the entire region," Smith said.
texensis, is currently reported from McCulloch, San Saba, Mason, Llano, Gillespie, Uvalde, Zavala and Medina counties of the Texas Hill Country (Smolen et al.
The organization had backed Uvalde Mayor and farmer J Allen Carnes in the March primary, but he finished last among five Republican candidates.
Uvalde Lindsey (479) 582-2100 uvalde.lindsey@gmail.com
Southwest Texas Junior College at Uvalde, ADN Program
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And Cotten easily beat Uvalde Mayor J Allen Carnes, who had the backing of the Texas Farm Bureau and the family of former Texas Gov.
Anderson Cancer Center, Houston; St Luke's Episcopal Hospital, Houston; Texas Children's Hospital, Houston; Seton Medical Center, Austin; Dell Children's Medical Center, Austin; Seton Northwest Hospital, Austin, Palo Pinto General Hospital, Mineral Wells, Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital, Kerrville, Uvalde Memorial Hospital, Uvalde and The Woodlands Community Medical Center--St.
will be recognized for its contributions to the local community along with Uvalde Lindsey, chairman of the Northwest Arkansas Council, and philanthropist Pauline Whitaker.