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Smithson Valley HS teacher accused of improper relationship with student

Smithson Valley HS teacher accused of improper relationship with student



2018-01-12T16:59:33+0000

A Smithson Valley High School teacher is accused of having an improper relationship with a student.

The former math teacher now awaits trial.


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In July of 1959, the Viet Cong killed two American soldiers and wounded a third in an ambush at a South Vietnamese army camp in the small town of Bien Hoa about 20 miles northeast of Saigon.

The Viet Cong had been regularly assassinating South Vietnamese officials, but except for a single 1957 incident they had refrained from attacking Americans. The Bien Hoa assault signaled that they were refraining no longer.

Killed that day were Maj. Dale Richard Buis and Master Sgt. Chester M. Ovnand. Both of the slain Americans were career military men. Born in Pender, Nebraska, in 1921, Maj. Buis had served in World War II and Korea. He’d been at Bien Hoa only two days, and the night he was killed, he was showing his new comrades pictures of his three young sons, who were back home with his wife in Imperial Beach, California. Master Sgt. Ovnand, 45, had just written a letter to his wife back in Copperas Cove, Texas. He was the first Texan casualty of the war.

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No doubt Katies Seafood had something to do with this. ALL FISH BELONG TO BUDDY

keep up the great work u all are great wardens

While we love our food here in Houston, we would love to know which of those chum buckets were willing to illegally profit off of our wild resources. They sure don’t deserve to profit off of our patronage!

Only Buddy with Katies Seafood can sell to Houston restaurants. They make sure to pay off Webber to make sure the rules never change so they can continue to profit on a public resource.

Pad lock shut down each business until all cases are adjudicated, fines, and civil restitution is paid in full. ;)

How about a list of violators?

While I'm sure everyone wants to know who those that were caught were... I'd like to know who the ones that turned you down and stayed legal are. :)

Good job folks!!

That's what I like to see good work guys

Keep up the awesome work 👍

Stay after them.

Great warden work!

Way to go! Thank you!

Go get em! Nice work y'all.

Fantastic job

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