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Sep 20th

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Nancy's Kitchen

Nancy’s Kitchen: Millionaire Bars

My son, Dwight Stewart, is the Physician Relations and Recruitment Coordinator for the Seton Hospitals in Austin and other Seton hospitals in the Austin area.

Dwight has a coworker friend, Carrie Schumacher, who until lately had been a newscaster for a local Austin TV station. Not being her only responsibility but should you call one of the Seton Hospitals, she is the automated "voice" answering the telephone.

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Going back to Christmases lost

Going back to Christmases lost

Sometimes I wish that I could go back to the Christmases of long ago. Christmases past that are lost to me except in memory.

There I'd smell the scent of the pine tree tha...

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The holes in the mantel tell a story

The holes in the mantel tell a story

The holes under the mantel tell a story.

Three holes appear to be the oldest in the bottom of the mantel. These were placed there that first Christmas after we were marrie...

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Community News

J.L. Jones Elementary Second grade teacher receives a classroom rug

J.L. Jones second grade teacher Richard Lane and his students spend a lot of time on the rug in his classroom and needed to replace the old one and get a new, bright, fun...

Last Updated ( December 11, 2013 )

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Remembering Piggly Wiggly

Remembering Piggly Wiggly

I remember Piggly Wiggly being on Gleason Street. Minden Press-Herald is now in the old Piggly Wiggly building that was completely renovated for their offices.
There were ...

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Counting the many blessings from over the years

Counting the many blessings from over the years

Somebody has said that Thanksgiving Day is a day we should think about all the things we should thank God for all year long. True. We can never thank God enough for all H...

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Remembering ‘Juggle Buggies’

Remembering ‘Juggle Buggies’

Those of us who have grandchildren today cannot keep from comparing our own youthful days with the present generation of young people. First thing that comes to mind is -...

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