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State Rep. steps down
by Joe Baker
Nov 27, 2014 | 90 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
State Rep. Tim Kleinschmidt recently announced his resignation.
State Rep. Tim Kleinschmidt recently announced his resignation.
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KARNES COUNTY – State Rep. Tim Kleinschmidt (R, Lexington), who represents Karnes and several other counties, announced his decision to resign from his position as state rep. to accept a position as general counsel of the Texas Department of Agriculture. “When I announced the formation of my transition team, I promised that I would be seeking out the best and brightest to help me become the best Agriculture Commissioner in our state’s history. Tim Kleinschmidt fits the bill and I am excited that he will be joining my team at TDA,” Miller said. Kleinschmidt, a Lee County attorney, rancher, family-man and civic leader, was recently elected to a fourth term in the Texas House of Representatives, where he serves on the Agriculture and Livestock and the Homeland Security and Public Safety Committees. “I was humbled when Agriculture Commissioner-elect Miller reached out to me about assuming a leadership role in the Texas Department of Agriculture,” Kleinschmidt said.
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tirone
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November 26, 2014
A damn fine man. Pettus will never be the same without him. Rest in Peace good sir. You helped to make every person dream growing up in Pettus.
Jeb95N
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November 26, 2014
Do you mean those 8,000 tires that you, Ron Davis, dumped years before getting into a bad business deal with equally shady people? Not surprised you went there.
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This Kenedy building, estimated to be nearly a century old, was restored and remodeled to become Drillers Restaurant earlier this year.
Joe Baker photo This Kenedy building, estimated to be nearly a century old, was restored and remodeled to become Drillers Restaurant earlier this year.
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Chefs and co-managers (from left) Jonathan Peters and Daniel Bear were hired to manage Drillers, a new Kenedy restaurant that opened earlier this year.
Joe Baker photo Chefs and co-managers (from left) Jonathan Peters and Daniel Bear were hired to manage Drillers, a new Kenedy restaurant that opened earlier this year.
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