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Michelle Gorham, owner of Wallflower Farm and Garden, waters seasonal vegetable beds with zinnia, tomato and Swiss chard July 7 between Chance and nursing and allied health complex. Native grasses and flowers, such as blue mistflower, buttonbush and goldenrod, are planted in the garden. Eco Centro will continue to create gardens around campus. For more information, visit www.gardens.ecocentrosatx.org. San Antonio entered Stage 1 of water restrictions July 10. For more information on water restrictions, visit www.saws.org/san-antonio-enters-stage-1-watering-rules/. Andrea Moreno

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Unanimous vote removes Ranger mascot

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By Sergio Medina smedina104@student.alamo.edu The College Council voted unanimously July 14 in favor of removing the college mascot, the Ranger Gnome, from this college. “San…

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