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Vouchers good for fresh produce for WIC clients at Denton Community Market
Participants in Denton County's WIC program now have access to locally grown fresh veggies from Denton Community Market farmers.
Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Little free library gets children’s books
Matt Gohlke / Pools
Matt Gohlke/ Pools
These organizations represent businesses and other individuals and agencies involved in bringing safe, enjoyable aquatic activities to the American public, from home pools and spas, to waterparks and resorts, to public swimming and water recreation facilities.
Knowing your turf essential to proper lawn car
All provide different solutions for the landscape. “For cool-season grasses, while it may seem opportune to plant grass seed along with other plants in the spring, be cautious,” Schmidt said. “If you do not plant early enough, the grass may not be hearty enough to withstand the summer heat and lower rainfall. “The best time to seed your lawn is actually in the fall, so hold off until then if possible,” he said. Don’t cut too short.
Denton Master Gardeners recognized for contributions to education, sustainability
The Texas Conservation Awards Program Area 5 awarded the Denton County Master Gardener Association with the 2017 “Friend of Conservation” award, in recognition of its work with local education and sustainability, according to a press release.
Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Holiday Shopping Extravaganza set to take place in November in Argyle
Argyle Little Free Library “Take-a-book-Leave-a-book” recently received a donation of books from local resident Ed Collazo. “All of the books are in almost new condition,” said Patti Smith, Argyle Little Free Library coordinator.
Lynn Sheffield Simmons: Argyle residents need to be aware of scams
The warrant scam is when the caller identifies himself as a deputy/officer/agent with your town police department or county sheriff’s department saying either you have a warrant, you didn’t show up for court or you owe a certain amount of money.
Brief: Food manager course scheduled for August
Crews move a historic house, one of the oldest in Randall County
Briefly in good living
Autumn snow has been scarce in the Rocky Mountains, forcing some ski areas to push back opening day and causing some nervousness about how much water will be available next spring for the Colorado River, the lifeblood of the Southwest.