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JOHNSON CITY — For decades, the Blanco County jail remained open because of elbow grease, juggling chores and plenty of quarters.
With only seven beds, the cramped, 117-year-old facility didn't have room for washing machines. When inmate laundry stacked up, Lydia Bledsoe, sheriff's administrative assistant, threw dirty uniforms into her car trunk, grabbed a roll of quarters from Sheriff William Elsbury's desk and dashed to a coin-operated laundry.
It had very little kitchen storage, which meant jailers made a lot of shopping trips. And on busy nights, when staff and deputies were swamped, Elsbury would roll up his sleeves to wash that night's dishes.