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Everyone faces disaster at least once or twice during a lifetime, whether it is through tornadoes, storms, hurricanes or wild fires. During the wildfires of a major drought season in East Texas … more
This year, my wife and I made a surprise trip to New England so that I could accept an award from the National Society of Newspaper Columnists in Manchester, NH. I suspected that the prize would … more
A POSTING surfaced this week from my own grandson, Jonathan Michael, who along with his family survived the flood that hit the area of Houston. “IF I’ve learned anything from this, it’s … more
Bring a friend and join the fun at the Dinner Tonight Healthy Cooking School, which will be presented by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service on Thursday, September 21st from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at … more
Because my children have dragged our family through practically every other traditional zoo in the Northern Hemisphere, and because we needed one last financially irresponsible escapade before school … more
THEY ARE BACK! Marti and Pat Monk have returned from a two-week trip to Alaska and, though teased about his minute-by-minute agenda Pat took pleasure in tweaking before leaving, the couple had a … more
A light rain had begun falling. From our anchorage in the bay, I could sit on the deck of the sailboat and watch the activity on the island just a few hundred yards away. A town with brightly painted … more
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