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April 21, 2011 RSS feed / General Stories

From the Chef’s Corner

Tomato-Herb Frittata

I don’t know if you get bored with the same old Saturday morning breakfasts that most of us eat on the weekends, but here is one to try. Frittatas-they liven up breakfast or brunch. More...

Texas Survey Finds Grocery Prices On The Rise The Bane of My Existence

Texans are paying higher prices for some staple food items, according to the Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) Grocery Price Watch survey. More...

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Gathering on the Square, finding a shady spot under a huge pecan tree and enjoying friendly fellowship is what one does during Homecoming! More...

Focus on the Family

Teen Has More Interest In Texting Than Family

QUESTION: My teenager is constantly texting or on the phone and is not showing any interest in doing things with the family. Do you have some suggestions on how we can re-engage our child and help her want to do things with the family again? More...

Outdoor News

April 18, 2011

Oftentimes I’m asked by landowners for the proper way to post property in order to keep unwanted guests from entering without permission. According to the Texas Penal Code (Chapter 30, section 30.05.), there are several court accepted methods. More...

Ridgeway Cemetery Reunion and Annual Meeting in Paige

The Ridgeway Cemetery Reunion and Annual Meeting will be held Saturday, July 16th, 11:00 a.m.(*new time), at the Ridgeway Cemetery (located Hwy. 290 and Hwy. 21 in Paige). More...

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New Mexican Food Restaurant

Bart Sanchez, pictured above, has been seen working in Lexington at the corner of Third and Rockdale Street. More...

Photo

In 2008, Billie Tillery’s great granddaughters, Katie & Jordan Storenski, demonstrated how to pose like Annie Oakley on the streets of Lexington during Homecoming. More...

American Civil War Texas Sesquicentennial Discussion to be Held

The Texas Historical Commission (THC), in conjunction with the Austin Public Library’s Austin History Center will co-host a Texas Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War Initiative program on Wednesday, April 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. More...














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