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A little hunter in the making

SAN ANTONIO - Mike McGinnis, controller and director of purchasing and inventory control at Allen & Allen, was very proud of his 7-year-old son, Ryder, for harvesting his first two deer. –mh...

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04/27/2017 06:00:00 | Viewed: 0
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Equestrian bowmaster

SAN ANTONIO – Tess Shelton, product consultant for Intertech Flooring and daughter of Teri Shelton, external business development for Materials Marketing, ranked 13 out of 22 archers competing in the South Texas Archery Riders (STAR) International Horseback Archery Competition last month....

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03/31/2017 21:02:00 | Viewed: 0
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Addressing active shooter scenarios

SAN ANTONIO – What would you do if an active shooter situation suddenly emerged on the job? That is the question that speakers from ESPADA Security & Logistics recently posed to members of the American Subcontractors Association (ASA) San Antonio Chapter, National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) San Antonio Chapter, and ConstructionZone.CO....

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03/31/2017 20:59:00 | Viewed: 0
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A family that fishes together

SAN ANTONIO – Sandra and Darren Rogers, Texas Parking Lots, took a spring break family vacation to Los Suenos, Costa Rica, which Sandra says was an amazing experience. –mh...

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03/31/2017 19:13:00 | Viewed: 0
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Outback adventures

SAN ANTONIO – While celebrating their 34th anniversary, Craig and Teresa Noto, Quality Fence & Welding, went Down Under in February, checking off a destination that has been on their bucket list for a very long time....

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03/31/2017 19:03:00 | Viewed: 0
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Working the winter festival

SAN ANTONIO – Mike Bratten, one of the owners of Beicker Consultants, took part in the Winter Festival at Universal City Park Feb. 18, which welcomes about 7,000 people every year. Selling rustic wall art, he was fundraising and accepting donations for a pitching/batting lane his son is planning for the park. –mh...

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03/31/2017 18:54:00 | Viewed: 0
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Ride for freedom

SAN ANTONIO - Approximatly 800,000 motorcycles rolled into D.C. from around the country for the 31st annual Memorial ride on Sunday, May 27. The ride begins at the Pentagon, through DC, then onto Potomac Park by the Lincoln Monument. Thousands of spectators lined the streets along the route to observe this spectacular event, waving flags and remembering what Memorial Day is all about. It’s a great place to be to celebrate our military veterans...

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06/28/2018 11:03:00 | Viewed: 0
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Construction News in the Big Apple

SAN ANTONIO - Construction News’ editor, Melissa Jones-Meyer and son Avery, take in the sights in New York’s famous Times Square....

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06/28/2018 11:01:00 | Viewed: 0
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Focus - Current flow of electricity

SAN ANTONIO - Electrical contractors work in a very competitive electrical construction industry. Electrical workers must be trained in safe work practices and National Electrical Code (NEC) compliant installations. Jobsite conditions can vary with tight scheduling demands affected by special equipment, such as lighting, generators, and distribution equipment....

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06/28/2018 11:00:00 | Viewed: 0
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Focus - Programmable switching

HOUSTON - A native of Houston, Hengst began his electrical trade career in 1974. He became a Journeyman in 1977 and then progressed to be a Houston Master Electrician (HMEL 205) in 1990. His career has covered industrial, aviation and commercial installations throughout the greater Houston area, combining hands on and management roles. He is a principle member for the IEC on Code Making Panel 8 and a member of UL STP 5 and 6 along with a number ...

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06/28/2018 11:00:00 | Viewed: 0