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It’s Aggie vs. Aggie on the science of climate change

It’s Aggie vs. Aggie on the science of climate change

By Terrence Henry StateImpact Texas http://stateimpact.npr.org/texas/2014/05/12/its-aggie-vs-aggie-on-the-science-of-climate-change/ A massive new report on climate change got a lot of attention this past week. Its message? Climate change is already happening and having an impact,…

Free to a good home — our content

Free to a good home — our content

Inspired by content-sharing public service news sites such as The Texas Tribune and ProPublica, the Glen Rose Current now offers its content at no cost to other news organizations. We…

Embracing the unknown in wine

Embracing the unknown in wine

By David White “Representing real people who make real wine has always been very important to me,” explained Danny Fisher, the general manager and beverage director of Ripple, a wine-focused…

Lee Hamilton on Congress: The poisonous power of money in politics

Lee Hamilton on Congress: The poisonous power of money in politics

Over many years both inside and outside Congress, I saw very little outright corruption. But frequently I saw money’s disproportionate influence on the decisions of government. Many trends in American…

Sandra W. Reed: Make a life care plan before disaster hits

Sandra W. Reed: Make a life care plan before disaster hits

The Time of Disaster Is Too Late  This year’s tornado season literally hit home when back-to-back tornadoes struck the town where I grew up. I followed the storms approaching Louisville,…

Mayors: Texas must act faster on earthquake study

Mayors: Texas must act faster on earthquake study

By Jim Malewitz Texas Tribune https://www.texastribune.org/2014/05/12/mayors-say-texas-slow-act-earthquakes/ More than six months after a series of earthquakes surprised parts of North Texas, the mayors of two shaken-up towns say that the state has…

What’s for dinner? Spinach lasagna with wild mushroom ragu

What’s for dinner? Spinach lasagna with wild mushroom ragu

By Kathryn Jones Editor We have a vegetarian friend who is a challenge to cook for sometimes because we and most of her other friends are carnivores. But we also…

Spice up breakfast with migas

Spice up breakfast with migas

By Kathryn Jones Editor Years ago as a young reporter fresh out of college, I dated a guy who, after a party one night, suggested I go back to his…

May 10 election results

May 10 election results

Here are the results from the May 10 election: Hospital_District_Election_5-10-14 Water_District_Election_5-10-14 School_District_Election_5-10-14…

Dulcimers delight at Oakdale festival

Dulcimers delight at Oakdale festival

Special to the Current Sweet sounds billed Oakdale Park last weekend when the 33rd annual Lone Star State Dulcimer Festival came to Glen Rose. The festival began Friday and ran…

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