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If there’s anything that can make cracking open a box of fresh Girl Scout Cookies even better, it’s knowing that you’ve contributed to helping Girl Scouts learn the skills they need to succeed in life and make the world a better place.

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Everybody loves popcorn—the granddaddy of all snack foods. Discovered in the Americas thousands of years ago, popcorn has captivated people for centuries with its mythical, magical charm.

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Fruit fits easily into breakfast, but vegetables can be a challenge.

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New Year’s Eve typically gets associated with staying up late and going to big, raucous parties—not exactly the ideal activities for seniors. That doesn’t mean that you and your elderly loved one can’t celebrate the holiday together.

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The year is almost over, and we thank you for your support of Texas history and TSHA. In 2019, the combined efforts of TSHA and our supporters resulted in several projects that positively affected students, teachers, scholars, and all who share your interest in Texas history. Together, we:

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Santa’s Helpers closed out the 37th year of service to area families and seniors by gifting Christmas food and presents to 150 participants. Distribution day saw up to 12 walk in clients hoping to receive help and until press time, the group was continuing to help others in area in need of C…

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The Comanche County Historical Museum has live music, children singing and ornament making opportunities last Saturday at their Open House. And the food spread was amazing as always! Parents~ be sure and visit the museum while the kids are on Christmas break.

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Pictured are young people ice skating at the Comanche Community Center last Christmas season in Comanche, “Christmas Skates” by Tomorrow’s Memories Foundation. All Comanche youth can skate free; children from outside Comanche County only pay $3.00 and all adults pay $5.00. It is open Friday,…

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CCMC Hospital Volunteers met December 3rd. President Strong called the meeting to order and Rich Lows opened with prayer. Nancy Reynolds read the minutes of the November meeting and Gerald Reynolds gave the Treasurer’s Report.

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Light Up Comanche was well attended and visitor’s enjoyed free smores, free hot cocoa, extraordinary Christmas lights and music and picture taking opportunities galore. Pictured are Macey and Lillie Airhart from Sherman, Texas with the Grinch.

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Just this week, Santa Claus told the Comanche Chief that he wants the newspaper to collect your letters from the Comanche Area! Santa requested that children begin writing their letters to Santa now so that they can be published in The Comanche Chief and then forwarded to him at the North Po…

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This year, First Baptist Church in Comanche was an official drop off location for the shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, an international relief organization. The mission is to provide local partners around the world with sho…

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This beautiful, historic, turn-of-the-century home built in 1898, owned by Travis and Rebecca Conley, is located on the corner of West Walcott Avenue and North Austin Street (Highway 16 N). It sits in an old pecan orchard on a tree-filled lot. This home was recently restored and boasts origi…

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The Honorable James R. Arthur was recently honored by Howard Payne University in Brownwood as a “Golden Anniversary Graduate.” He was honored by Dr. Cory Hines, President of HPU this month.

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The Comanche First United Methodist Church’s chancel choir will be performing a Christmas Celebration of Music, “Messiah, Heaven’s Glory,” twice on Sunday, December 8. The first performance will be 10:45 a.m. and the second at 5:00 p.m. at the Church location at 217 E. Grand Avenue.

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Just this week, Santa Claus told the Comanche Chief that he wants the newspaper to collect your letters from the Comanche Area! Santa requested that children begin writing their letters to Santa now so that they can be published in The Comanche Chief and then forwarded to him at the North Po…

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Santa’s Helper’s is an annual 501 C3 Christmas Charity serving the needs of less fortunate families and senior citizens in the Comanche area for the 37th year. Dependent on private donations from community, businesses, churches, organizations, and individuals, we strive to make Christmas a t…

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The 70th edition of the Texas Almanac is filled to the brim with maps, statistics, full-color photographs, and Texas facts. You’ll learn more than you expected about our environment, weather, recreation, population, elections, government, arts & culture, sports, and much more. This year’…

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The Comanche ISD Veterans Day Program was held the morning of Monday, November 11, Veteran’s Day. HR Jefferies Junior High and Comanche High School students met with the local veterans at a breakfast reception and then introduced them to the crowd in the CHS Gym. The music included the CHS B…

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On Veterans Day, we remember the men and women who bravely fought for our country, while also reflecting on our active duty heroes who are still risking their lives.

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On November 11 our country will honor veterans current and past, on a day that has become a challenge for writers and citizens—the dilemma remains, to add that apostrophe or skip it?

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Serving Our Country and Our Community Join us as we honor those who served in all American wars. Veterans Day honors military veterans with parades and speeches across the nation and a ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. The ceremony honors and th…

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All these costumed preschoolers had a great time at Story Hour last Wednesday celebrating Halloween. They sang songs, played games, and listened to stories. If you have a preschooler and have not yet attended Story Hour, call the Library for more information for this program that celebrates …

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