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Apr 23, 2015   10:33 AM

The April lunch, at the Rock Hotel, is always special because it is where we honor our sponsors of the Memories of Times Past “Spring Festival”.  For this sponsor lunch we will be serving hamburgers, potato salad, drinks and Banana Pudding.  Serving time is 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM.  Remember lunch at the Rock Hotel April 23rd.  Carry outs are available.  Please share this information.



Apr 21, 2015   04:31 PM

The April lunch, at the Rock Hotel, is always special because it is where we honor our sponsors of the Memories of Times Past “Spring Festival”.  For this sponsor lunch we will be serving hamburgers, potato salad, drinks and Banana Pudding.  Serving time is 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM.  Remember lunch at the Rock Hotel April 23rd.  Carry outs are available.  Please share this information.



Apr 20, 2015   10:28 PM
The upcoming Gun & Knife Show to be held at the Ballinger Community Center April 25th & 26th has been CANCELED.
FMI 325-365-2333


Apr 20, 2015   10:22 PM

Texas Dept. of State Health Services Immunization Clinics for:
Children with Medicaid, no insurance, or underinsured
Adults with no insurance

For questions or to schedule an appointment please call 754-4945 if no answer leave a message
Winters Thursday, May 7th 10-12 & 1:30-3
Professional Building
110 South Main, Suite 108
For Your Convenience please use Rear Entrance (Grant Street) 

Ballinger
Thursday, May 14th    10-12 & 1:30-3600 Strong (Corner of 6th and Strong)
Please bring child's immunization records   
If Child has Medicaid please bring card 



Apr 12, 2015   08:44 PM

RUNNELS COUNTY, TX- The Runnels County Sheriff’s Office recently purchased 6 WOLFCOM VISION PLUS police body cameras for $1,499.94.  
"We want to provide high quality body cameras at an affordable price so all law enforcement departments can utilize them. Police body cameras need to be used because they benefit the police officers as well as the citizens in the community. The use of body cameras gives the community transparency and in return, the community will have more trust toward officers," said WOLFCOM CEO Tiffany Wang. 
Deputy Steven Gray says it was an easy decision for the department, "We had a grant and it seemed like a good idea at the time with all that was going on in the news," said Gray. The department was all in favor of the purchase of the cameras and did extensive comparison and research online. "Our officers like the ease of use, HD quality and rotatable camera lens of the WOLFCOM VISION cameras," said Gray. 
Even though the department just received their cameras, Gray says the offers like using them. "Some other officers from other departments have seen our videos and said that the quality was real good."
Gray says the department has not had any major incidents yet where the cameras have documented a major case, but he sees where having video would be helpful. "It's basically a witness. Once you have video that should cover everything... people's stories can change, but the video doesn't," said Gray.   
                                     
About the WOLFCOM VISION Police Body Camera
The WOLFCOM VISION™ main unit is an all-in-one, self-contained digital video recorder with a rotating camera head, built-in rechargeable battery, and 32GBs of internal memory. The unit can be used alone as a fully functioning body worn camera. If so desired, an external clip on camera can be plugged into the main unit for Point of View (POV) recording. The main unit has auxiliary input and output ports allowing the unit to be connected to a PC or external battery. The unit weighs only 2.2 ounces with a dimension of 2.9 inches high by 1.5 inches wide by 0.6 inches thick, making it one of the smallest and lightest police body worn cameras in the world.
The WOLFCOM VISION™ can record and store over 18 hours of video, can take over 28,000 digital photos, and can record over 180 hours of audio. In short, the unit is a video camera, a digital camera, and a voice recorder, combined into one single lightweight unit. The WOLFCOM VISION has a high quality 120° degree wide angle camera lens that can be rotated up or down allowing the officer to point the camera in the correct direction according to his or her height or stature.  (120° is the maximum allowed before warping or bending of the video image occurs.) Video recording quality is exceptional and configurable with selectable recording quality from 1080P true HD all the way down to 640x480 resolution allowing police departments the ability to adjust the camera resolution according to their memory storage capacity.
For more detailed information please visit
http://www.wolfcomusa.com/wolfcom_vision_police_body_worn.html

About WOLFCOM
Founded in 2001, WOLFCOM has launched several innovative products for Private Investigators, Law Enforcement, Military, and Consumers alike. Over the years, our core experience and expertise has been in Audio and Video, Security Surveillance, Night Vision Cameras, Digital Video Recorders, and Covert Pinhole Wireless Spy cameras. This valuable experience in Audio and Video that we accumulated over the last 12 years set the stage for the release of the WOLFCOM 3RD EYE.
Located in Hollywood, California our units are assembled and tested vigorously for 14 days before shipping. Our knowledgeable sales and technical support team will always be on hand should you or your officers need assistance. We have worked hard to make our WOLFCOM 3RD EYE Police Body Cameras the best in the world and will continue innovating to bring you the best technology has to offer. Our body cameras have to be the best "Because Cops Deserve the Best!"
For more info please visit http://www.wolfcomusa.com/



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