Instead of being confined to the classifieds as usual, the "Lost And Found"s seemed to be scattered all over our local newspaper today.
First, one of the missing persons I've written about before was identified as being the body of a white male that was found in eastern Gillespie County at an unidentified location by an unidentified person last Sunday. Trey Allen Noah, 20, of Kendall County had been missing since last November. The Gillespie County Sheriff, a close friend of my ex-husband's, is insisting on heading the investigation and is not giving out any information, which is frankly "business as usual" around here in suspicious death cases and does not bode well as far as the victim's family receiving any kind of real closure or justice. (This is the same sheriff who, in his previous job as a state game warden, happened to find a number of other victims of suspicious deaths.)
Secondly, I spotted a public notice of a zoning change by the city that was hidden at the bottom of a page in the sports section (amid advertisements) rather than being published in the classifieds section with the other public notices as is normal. Sure enough, the property whose zoning has been changed is described only vaguely, and there were no previous notices published previously announcing any hearings on this change. From the little stated in the notice, I have no idea where this property is or what's really going on, other than that the zoning of it was changed from residential to "public facility".