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NOTES FROM THE JOURNEY: What’s in a name?
Names are important. When my son, Rush, (who’s named after my father) and his wife, Vanessa, were expecting their third daughter, I gave up on having a male namesake and suggested, in jest, they call her “Johnnie Pauline.”
TISCIONE: The Christian and the government
The church in the Old Testament lived under a theocracy. That is, both the church and state were one. God anointed kings. Civil laws and religious laws were one and the same.
CASA swears in largest advocates class ever
CASA-Hope for Children recently had one of the largest advocate swearing-in classes in its eight-year history.
Local attorney, law firm receive national recognition
Weatherford attorney Mac Smith, of the law firm Vick, Carney & Smith, LLP, has been named one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers.
Interim principal named for Seguin Elementary
Weatherford ISD confirmed Thursday that Andy Pool is no longer principal at Juan E. Seguin Elementary School.
ASK A MASTER GARDENER: Nematode infection in soil can remain until treated
Soil-borne nematodes are microscopic roundworms that live in the soil and feed on plant roots. They remain in the soil year after year, unless controlled.
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VETERANS’ CORNER: Vets have benefits through Montgomery, Post 9/11 bills
Depending on retirement, either the Montgomery or Post 9/11 GI Bill provides benefits.
EXTENSION NEWS: Take care of your teeth
Surveys show that 90 percent of adults have an average of 23.5 teeth. Almost a third of adults have all 28 teeth and 50 percent age 55 and older wear partial or complete dentures.
People skills 101
Motivational speaker Vicki Hitzges told a crowd of more than 250 people attending Friday’s 28th Annual Spring Luncheon hosted by Friends of the Weatherford Public Library how to better their interpersonal skills.
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