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EXTENSION NEWS: Enjoy Easter eggs safely
Eggs have been used to celebrate spring festivals for centuries. Immigrant settlers brought symbolic Easter rabbits and colored eggs to America. Since then, Easter egg hunts have been beloved by children everywhere.
VETERANS’ CORNER: Women on subs? Navy exploring the possibility
The United States Navy is surveying enlisted women and to gauge those interested in volunteering for submarine force duty.
A Little Bit of Everything
Kris Hurley and Natalie Mynar know a “Little Bit of Everything.” They should, as it’s their business to.
MILLSAP MATTERS: Log Cabin Days approaches
MILLSAP – With the spring temperatures, folks around here are preparing for one of the biggest yearly events that our whole community comes together around. Many plans are in the works for the Millsap Log Cabin Day Festival.
ASK A MASTER GARDENER: More aphids, more problems
Aphids are tiny insects that congregate on the bottom side of leaves and suck the fluid out of your plants. Almost every plant has one or more aphid species that occasionally feed on it.
Keeping alive the story of Mary Martin
Mary Martin historian George Dansker gave a heartwarming lecture about the Weatherford-born Broadway actress many didn’t know during a fundraising dinner honoring her 100th birthday Thursday night.
NOW HEAR THIS: Going on a wild goose chase
In recent years I’ve written quite a bit about the introduction and negative consequences of non-native or invasive species. Fire ants, killer bees, English sparrows, Asian carp, feral hogs and others too numerous to list have forever changed our local ecosystem.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: TV offers
Have you seen those TV offers where they give a price for one product and then offer a second like items for-free? All you have to do is pay a separate shipping and handling charge for the “free” items.
PASTOR POPHIN: Hallelujahs to hisses
I graduated from Baylor University in 1983. My mother worked as a cashier for Baylor from 1970 until 1995. She became the assistant head cashier and scholarship clerk many years before her retirement.
Assessing the needs
For the last few weeks, Weatherford ISD has had some new faces on campuses as engineers and architects of Huckabee & Associates have busily been assessing district facility needs.
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