Harvey Kinkle was 9.5 years old when he went to heaven on the morning of December 3. He leaves behind his partner, Marisa Tomei and his father, local musician Wayne Holtz. Wayne found him almost a decade ago crossing Woodlawn covered in white paint. He was the size of a hand and a homeless man helped Wayne stop traffic to catch him. Wayne got Marisa Tomei a year later and the two dogs were his partners in crime for the most parts of his life. Harvey aka Kinkle loved to play with socks and his food.
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Established in 1913, La Prensa Texas is a historic, independently-owned bilingual newspaper and online publication. La Prensa is the first and oldest bilingual publication in the state of Texas. In June of 2018, Steve Duran resurrected the paper one more time to not only bring a positive, diverse voice to the community and to help marginalize community access relevant and meaningful information that impacts their lives.
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