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The headlining hip-hop duo formed after Killer Mike and El-P appeared on each other’s solo albums. The outspoken, brash and braggadocious duo has released three records, and Rolling Stone boasted that this year’s “Run the Jewels 3” “can still detonate rhymes like a Molotov cocktail lobbed into a CVS.”
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The City of Eagle Pass Water Works System was created by The City of Eagle Pass City Council to provide the community with safe drinking water, on demand, and in sufficient quantity, and to remove and dispose of wastewater and its by-products in an environmentally sound manner. The system serves over 15,300 customers in the City of Eagle Pass and the County of Maverick, from North Elm Creek Subdivision on the North and all the way to El Indio, Texas seventeen miles south of the City.
Below you will find the 2017 – 2018 Registration Forms for your child(ren). Please click on the individual forms, print, and fill out the information. You may turn in the forms to the front office of the school. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the office (830) 773-3531.
A Minnesota native transplanted to Austin, TX, Scott Nelson has worked with a who's who in the blues and blues/rock genres. From Kenny Wayne Shepherd to Gary Clark, Jr., from Pinetop Perkons to Hubert Sumlin, Scott has toured, gigged and recorded with the elite in the blues. During his four years touring and recording with Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Scott played bass on Kenny's Live! In Chicago and How I Go records. He also recorded on both Gary Clark, Jr.'s self titled EP and his Warner Bros, release, Blak and Blu. Additionally, Scott played on Is It News by Doyle Bramhall Sr. as well as David Grissom's How It Feels To Fly and 10,000 Feet. He has toured with Gary Clark Jr., Doyle Bramhall Sr., Doyle Bramhall II, Lou Ann Barton, Jimmie Vaughan, Pinetop Perkins, Hubert Sumlin and Eric Johnson among others. Kenny Wayne welcomed him back to the band this year for a year long worldwide tour.