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Hospital board hears of accreditation, approves bylaws changes

Hospital board hears of accreditation, approves bylaws changes

  Courtesy of Glen Rose News The Somervell County Hospital District board of directors at its last meeting learned that Glen Rose Medical Center again has received accreditation by a…

What’s for dinner? Prosciutto, spinach and cheese stuffed chicken breasts

What’s for dinner? Prosciutto, spinach and cheese stuffed chicken breasts

By Kathryn Jones Editor Some friends from Dallas stayed with us last week and we wanted to welcome them with something special for dinner. It had to be relatively easy…

The easy way to shuck and cook fresh corn

The easy way to shuck and cook fresh corn

With all the fresh corn for sale at local farmers markets and at grocery stores, chowing down on a cob of crisp corn is a summertime tradition. It can get…

Is the oil boom helping prices at the pump?

Is the oil boom helping prices at the pump?

During this year’s summer driving season, regular gasoline retail prices are forecast to average $3.66/gallon, 8 cents higher than last year › By Mose Buchele StateImpact Texas Texas is getting…

Lee Hamilton: Are we doomed to polarization?

Lee Hamilton: Are we doomed to polarization?

We face complex problems. To find solutions, we must be willing to exercise the values of representative democracy: tolerance, mutual respect, accepting ideological differences, working to build consensus. We Americans…

Ross Ramsey: In border crisis, Perry finds a political advantage

Ross Ramsey: In border crisis, Perry finds a political advantage

By Ross Ramsey Texas Tribune Even if you believe that Gov. Rick Perry’s motivations are purely about the security of the border between Texas and Mexico, his running dispute with the…

County officials wrangle with options to keep Expo Center open

County officials wrangle with options to keep Expo Center open

By Kathryn Jones Editor On most weekends, horse or cow trailers, pickup trucks and RVs crowd the parking lots of the Somervell County Expo Center for a longhorn show, a…

Dow Chemical’s water woes with Brazos signal trouble

Dow Chemical’s water woes with Brazos signal trouble

By Neena Satija Texas Tribune When Dow Chemical, one of the largest manufacturers of chemicals and plastics in the world, announced a multibillion-dollar expansion on Texas’ Gulf Coast last summer,…

Citizens Center penny fundraiser set for Aug. 16

Citizens Center penny fundraiser set for Aug. 16

Special to the Current Hopefully, everyone is saving their pennies and spare change for our big fundraiser next month. The penny auction will be on Saturday, Aug. 16, and you won’t…

Happy Independence Day! Celebrate with parade, pancakes, fireworks, concerts and more

Happy Independence Day! Celebrate with parade, pancakes, fireworks, concerts and more

  By Kathryn Jones Editor Glen Rose’s annual 4th of July celebration is an old-fashioned display of patriotism and pageantry that attracts hundreds of residents and visitors for good reason.…

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