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Crews move a historic house, one of the oldest in Randall County
Those issues are some of the reasons her former owner, retired attorney Jim Brown, is fine seeing her go. “He rented it out for quite a number of years, but then it just became too old and he started having trouble with vandals,” said retired Canyon Independent School District history teacher and Randall County Historical Commission member Janice Cranmer, who worries about the implications of moving a piece of the county’s history. “He lived with the constant concern that vagrants and...
Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Argyle’s first City Hall was in city secretary’s home
Denton Master Gardeners recognized for contributions to education, sustainability
Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Route 66 filled with things to see in 90th year
One of Truman’s endeavors was working with the Daughters of the American Revolution to put “Madonna of the Trail” statues along the National Old Trails Road in 12 states that include Springfield, Ohio; Wheeling, West Virginia; Council Grove, Kansas; Lexington, Missouri; Lamar, Colorado; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Springerville, Arizona; Vandalia, Illinois; Richmond, Indiana; Beallsville, Pennsylvania; Upland, California; and Bethesda, Maryland.
Brief: Food manager course scheduled for August
This hands-on food safety course will equip attendees with the latest in food safety principles and practices and will help prepare them for the State Certified Food Manager Examination.
Janet Laminack: Nature brings people together
The Texas Master Naturalists program was created to develop a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities.
Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Argyle Lions Club meets all four of year’s challenges
Some of the hours included collecting eyeglasses, visiting other Lion Clubs in Krum, Boyd, Sanger, Colleyville and Bridgeport, conducting vision screenings at different health fairs, donating time and canned goods to the Argyle Food Center, coordinating and participating in the “Don’t Mess with Texas Trash Off/Great American Clean-up,” organizing numerous fundraisers, participating in Argyle community activities and creating a new Argyle Lions Club website.
Bob Moos: Medicare’s hospice benefit helps people cope with final stages of terminal illnesses
As long as the care comes from a Medicare-approved hospice, Medicare covers the physician services, nursing care, drugs, medical equipment and supplies, and physical and occupational therapy.
Courtney Davis: Take care when giving food gifts
Briefly in good living
Briefly in good living
Restaurant and grocery chains scrambling to post calorie counts on their menus by spring have peppered the Food and Drug Administration with queries that offer a window into the ingredient riddles they are trying to solve.