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We will close early at 3PM Wednesday, Nov. 27th and reopen Monday, December 2nd to spend time with our families. Enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday.
We have several used monitors for sale.
17″ – $39.99
19″ – $49.99
CenturyLink customers should be back up now. WOOT! WOOT! If yours is still not working you made need to restart your DSL modem. If you cannot find the power button on your modem you can also just unplug the power from it and then plug it back in.
Everyone in Gatesville using CenturyLink DSL is waking up to or showing up to work to no internet. CenturyLink has not released what the issue is causing the outage but says they are working to resolve the issue as quick as possible.
The following is a list of suggested items, please contact Dawn Tull 254.206.1272 to coordinate the drop off at their designated warehouse location.Bottled water Toiletries Blankets Diapers Formula Bottles Toys Teddy bears/stuffed animals Adult diapers Urinals Peroxide Alcohol
Our thoughts are with the people of West, TX with the explosion at the fertilizer plant late Wednesday. Jeffery Sanders of Gatesville along with his girlfriend, Emberly Ballew, were at the nursing home helping to evacuate the residents when the explosion went off. Jeffery was on the side of the nursing home away from the blast however his girlfriend wasn’t as lucky. She was hurt seriously in the explosion but is going to be OK according to Carlton Sanders, Jeffery’s father. Didn’t surprise me when I heard Jeffery was at the nursing home trying to help. Jeffery has always been one to go out of his way to help his neighbor.
We will be celebrating Christmas with our friends and family December 22-25. We will reopen December 26. Merry Christmas.
Anybody looking for a good used laptop we have a Dell laptop we just finished refurbing. It has Windows 7, 320GB Hard Drive, 3GB memory, DVD Burner and a new charger. Going for $225. If you’re interested give us a call or come by today. 254-865-5227
This is by no means a new way of distributing viruses, but more of an oldie but a goodie. The old zip attachment from a source that strikes fear in most Americans, the good old IRS. Best rule of thumb when it comes to attachments is if seams the least bit suspicious, just delete it. The chances that the IRS would just randomly email you about something are slim to none. Interactions with the IRS are almost always a littl emore official like a certified letter or phone call. Also watch out for the same email with an exe attachemnt instead of a zip. Personally I don’t care of the email came from my Mom, if it has a zip or exe attachment it’s going in the trash bin. For more great tips for avoiding viruses and other security threats be sure to visit us regulary.