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Master Gardeners host meeting on ‘firewise’ landscaping

Master Gardeners host meeting on ‘firewise’ landscaping

Special to the Current The Somervell County Master Gardeners will present the next installment in their Community Horticultural Education Series on Monday, Jan. 13, at 6:30 p.m. in the county Citizens Center.…

Native plant society chapter growing new programs for 2014

Native plant society chapter growing new programs for 2014

Special to the Current Join the Prairie Rose Chapter of the NPSOT on Tuesday, Jan. 7, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Somervell County Citizens Center,…

Sandra Reed’s Life Care Planning: Start the conversation about end-of-life choices now rather than later

Sandra Reed’s Life Care Planning: Start the conversation about end-of-life choices now rather than later

Ellen Goodman has been a hero of mine for a long time. Her 1974 column for the Boston Globe was of the first op-ed pieces by a woman newsperson, although…

Lee Hamilton on Congress: Unproductive 2013 threatens nation’s well-being

Lee Hamilton on Congress: Unproductive 2013 threatens nation’s well-being

The attractiveness of the American model is under challenge, and our political dysfunction is a serious handicap. Congress is winding down its historically unproductive session with a small flurry of…

Dinosaur Valley State Park to close Jan. 13-17 for public hunt

Dinosaur Valley State Park to close Jan. 13-17 for public hunt

Special to the Current Dinosaur Valley State Park will be closed to public use from Monday, Jan. 13, to Friday, Jan. 17, at 2 p.m. for the annual public hunt. Public land…

January monthly meetings

January monthly meetings

Barnard Mill Art League Tuesday, Jan.  14 6 p.m. Barnard’s Mill Boy Scouts Troop 725 Every Tuesday 7-8:30 p.m. Scout Hut Chamber Luncheon Noon Luncheon Thursday, Jan.  16 Still Water…

After surprise quakes, North Texans speak of impact

After surprise quakes, North Texans speak of impact

By Jim Malewitz Texas Tribune http://www.texastribune.org/2014/01/03/texans-seek-answers-drillings-link-earthquakes/ AZLE — Melanie Williams does not want to abandon her home. She has been there, done that. That’s why she’s here now. After Hurricane…

What’s for dinner? Locally caught fresh rainbow trout

What’s for dinner? Locally caught fresh rainbow trout

Story and Photos by Kathryn Jones Editor One of the desires on my “bucket list” is to camp by a clear mountain stream, catch a rainbow trout and cook it…

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