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8/20/2012 9:08:31 AM
Last Updated:
11/5/2015 10:27:17 AM

Stabbing on BISD bus sends 14-year-old to San Angelo Hospital
A 14-year-old Brady boy was life-flighted to a San Angelo hospital Wednesday afternoon after being stabbed in the chest by a 16-year-old boy. The attack happened on a Brady ISD bus during the ride home. The extent of his injuries were not believed to be life threatening. No other people were injured and the assailant is in police custody.
Latest reports indicate the victim is recovering well. 

Final voting results:
Hospital District At Large: top two vote tally wins seat.
411 Sutton
816 Keltz
421 Neslage
460 Schroeder
580 Jolliff

Keltz and Jolliff top two

Prop # For - Against
Prop. 1 1216 - 163
Prop. 2 1256 - 104
Prop. 3 907 - 437
Prop. 4 919 - 432
Prop. 5 1077 - 293
Prop. 6 1285 - 96
Prop. 7 1139 - 215

Sale of city substations?
544 - 170

The letters associated with the recent hospital election 

Below are copies of the letters associated with the front page story in this week's edition related to State Rep. Richard Raymond's correspondence with Rep. J.D. Sheffield, the state representative for McCulloch County. 
The first 3-page letter is the "draft letter" that has been determined to have been authored by Renae Hicks. The letter is referenced in the first response by Rep. Raymond.
The second two letters are official statements by Rep. Raymond.

It was determined this past Tuesday that the author of the "draft letter" was Austin Attorney Max Renea Hicks. Hicks is retained as legal counsel by Gary Sutton and has been for a time that has yet to be formally determined. Hicks is also reportedly legal counsel for Bill Neslage. Sutton has been arguing for months that the hospital was participating in what he deemed were "illegal nursing home leases."

Both Sutton and Neslage were candidates in Tuesday's hospital board election.  

The Brady Standard-Herald is still awaiting confirmation of Hick's connection with both Sutton and Neslage as well as answer to the question of how the "draft letter" ended up being mailed to the Brady hospital administrator this past July. 
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