1942 Armadillo, 1987 Super Bowl, And Mongooses, January 29, 2015 # 1368

From my ledger. Tuesday, January 20, 1987. Rivercrest varsity came to town. Our girls won but the boys’ game had a few unusual circumstances. Bart Tatum got fouled and rolled around on the floor at the jump ball to start the game. Later in the game Bart broke for the goal on a fast break and bumped into an official. Bart yelled at him to get out of the way and got a technical. Jason Holcomb got mad about something and coach put in a...

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Divorce Care in Sulphur Springs Begins Feb 1st
Jan23

Divorce Care in Sulphur Springs Begins Feb 1st

First United Methodist Church is offering a 26-week seminar and support group called Divorce Care Sundays from 9:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. beginning February 1.  Facilitating Divorce Care will be Sheila Lunsford who was Enola Gay’s guest on KSST’s Good Morning Show Friday morning....

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Memorial Hospital Healthcare Foundation Gala is Saturday Night
Jan23

Memorial Hospital Healthcare Foundation Gala is Saturday Night

The Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Health Care Foundation’s Ninth annual Gala fundraiser is coming up Saturday night in the Civic Center.  This year’s sold out Gala features a Great Gatsby theme.  Decorating was going on Friday and I talked with this year’s Lights of Life and Gala Co-Chairs Leesa and Brian Toliver....

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Tira News by Jan Vaughn 1/23/15

Maureen Miller would like to send a big thank you to “Mark Hixon and the Durst men for so speedily coming to our rescue when my son was giving driving lessons to a teen and got the truck stuck in the mud. Thank you also to Morgan Joslin for helping us get the word out.” She says, “It was two good lessons. 1) We live in a generous community with neighbors willing to jump up to help at a moment’s notice and 2) ‘Really Mom, it looked...

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Miller Grove News 1/23/15 by Brandon Darrow

This week has ended very cold and wet compared to the nice weather we had mid-week. January is quickly coming to a close and it already seems like 2015 is flying by. My sympathies this week to the Millsap family. I was honored to serve as a pallbearer at my Aunt Ruthie Millsap’s funeral this past Sunday. Ruthie Edna (Brown) Millsap passed away Jan. 14 in Pasadena, Texas. Funeral services were conducted Sunday, Jan. 18, in West Oaks...

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Sulphur Springs Health and Rehab Is Holding a Fundraiser For River Laurence
Jan22

Sulphur Springs Health and Rehab Is Holding a Fundraiser For River Laurence

Sulphur Springs Health and Rehab is having a fundraiser Friday for two and a half year old River Laurence, who has a cancerous tumor in his stomach. The tumor has shrunk some with chemotherapy. The fundraiser, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. will offer beef and chicken stew for $6 a quart. There will also be a bake sale and silent auction as well as t-shirts and yard signs. River’s grandmother is Sherry Thornsberry, Director of Nursing at...

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Heart Smart Nutrition
Jan22

Heart Smart Nutrition

With February, National Heart Health Month quickly approaching, I wanted to get a jump start on some timely information.  Engage in daily physical activity to improve your health.  Physical activity increases your metabolic rate, which helps to burn more calories. Plus it helps the heart and lungs function to full capacity.  Exercise also helps raise the body’s blood level of HDL “good” cholesterol.  Burn extra calories, and balance...

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At The Corral Gate by Enola Gay 01/21/2015
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Meal A Day Menu January 26th   –   January 30th
Jan20

Meal A Day Menu January 26th – January 30th

Monday Steak Fingers Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Green Beans Roll Tuesday Fish Hush Puppies Pinto Beans Green Tomato Relish Wednesday Chicken and Dumplings Crackers Tossed Salad Thursday Vegetable Beef Soup Corn Bread Tossed Salad Friday Sour Cream Chicken Enchiladas Refried Beans Spanish Rice Chips and Salsa Karon Weatherman Program and Marketing Director Senior Citizen’s Center 150 Martin Luther King Blvd Sulphur Springs, Texas...

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Preparing the Lawn for Summer
Jan20

Preparing the Lawn for Summer

Many gardeners are patiently awaiting for temperatures to begin to warm up. During our winter period, is important to prepare our lawns for the springs season. Walking in a green fresh lawn barefooted is one of the first joy of the springs arrival. However, there is nothing more frustrating than walking in a lawn and run into some burrs. Those little seed pods hurt and can turn an otherwise pleasant experience into a painful one. The...

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