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The Comanche County Historical Society & Museum, Inc. is pleased to announce the second annual ‘Kid’s Day at the Old Museum!’ to be held Saturday, August 10th, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Museum is located west of Bayer Motor Company at 402 Moorman Rd.

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Brownwood, Texas – Backpacks, pencils and notebooks are filling up the aisles in stores all over Texas, reminding us that a new school year is just around the corner. The beginning of the school year can be an exciting time for most children, but it can also lead to more reports of child abu…

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Gardens and grocers are brimming with ripe, delicious tomatoes. Eat them chopped, sliced, or skewered.

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Rick Mang and his wife Liz have recently moved to Comanche and will serve FUMC here. Rick’s ministry experience includes pastor at First United Methodist Church in Crowley, Hewitt, Godley and Palo Pinto/Graford and Senior Associate Pastor at the First United Methodist Churches in Grapevine a…

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One of the bloodiest feuds in East Texas history, the Regulator-Moderator War left Harrison and Shelby counties divided. Continue reading to learn more about the conflict and its resolution.

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Ensure every member of your family learns to swim so they at least achieve skills of water competency: able to enter the water, get a breath, stay afloat, change position, swim a distance then get out of the water safely.

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A “Universe of Stories” were told at this year’s Story Hour sponsored by the Comanche Study Club and hosted by the Comanche Public Library! The first—and subsequent Story Hours-- held each Wednesday in June boasted almost 100 children each time.

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Of all lettuces, this pale green variety (also called head lettuce) is the least nutritious, providing only very small amounts of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. On the positive side, like all lettuces, iceberg is very low in calories (8 per cup, chopped) and its high water content may help f…

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A bit of grooming and care will keep your flower gardens looking their best throughout the hot summer months and into fall.

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AUSTIN— Last year, Texas’ temperatures soared to record highs and staff at more than 40 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department sites handled 134 incidents relating to heat-related illnesses in humans and pets. On the eve of the official start of summer, TPWD experts are sharing their top six he…

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Eating vegetables provides health benefits – people who eat more vegetables and fruits as part of an overall healthy diet are likely to have a reduced risk of some chronic diseases. Vegetables provide nutrients vital for health and maintenance of your body.

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The phrase “Best if Used By” helps clarify that the date label is about quality, not safety, and that if stored properly, products do not necessarily have to be discarded after the date.

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If you’ve ever had a vegetable garden, particularly one that included a zucchini plant, you know how easy it is to get bogged down with a lot of zucchini — like pounds and pounds of zucchini — and how fast it can happen.

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Food poisoning peaks in the summer months when warmer temperatures cause foodborne germs to flourish. Follow these steps for a safe and enjoyable grilling season.

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By The Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

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One of the best things about springtime is the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables..Since many of us have a hard time getting the

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By The Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

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May 2, 2019 at noon a National Day of Prayer ceremony was held in Comanche on the north steps of the Comanche County Courthouse. The theme for this year was "Love One Another". Ruth with the Comanche National Day of Prayer committee lead the ceremony. Then Comanche County Judge, Stephanie Da…

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Each year, the UT Dallas community comes together to celebrate sustainability and environmental practices through interactive and educational events and programs during Earth Week. With the assistance of valued partners, Earth Week is brought to UT Dallas by the Office of Student Volunteeris…

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This year’s National Day of Prayer is scheduled for Thursday, May 2 on the west side of the Comanche County Courthouse at 12:00 noon. In case of rain, it will be held at the Housing Authority, 404 E. Cedar.

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When it comes to losing weight or reducing body fat, it’s generally accepted that one has to eat fewer calories than he or she burns each day. Many diets achieve this simple math equation for fat loss by applying strict rules on what types of foods to avoid. However, these diets often fail b…

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Spring has arrived and Easter morning will be here before we know it. Families nationwide will be in their yards and seeking perfect Easter photo opportunity. Get your lawn in shape with a few tips from the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI), is an international trade association repre…

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This short film is about a hot-shot reporter, Liz Warson, who has written a series of anti-God editorials for her paper. One day, a mysterious visitor claiming to be from the Lord, enters her office informing her that in eight days, on September 19th at 6:05 pm, she will die. Is this a hoax?…

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Comanche Early Childhood Center will have our Spring Registration on Wednesday, April 10th from 9:00 am --3:00 pm. Our Early Head Start serves infants-toddlers from ages 0-3 years of age. Head Start serves children from 3-4 years of age. If you have children this age or know of any children …

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By The Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

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National Arbor Day is Friday, April 26, this year, and the Arbor Day Foundation is making it easy for anyone to celebrate the annual tree-planting holiday. Join the Foundation in April and receive 10 free shade trees.

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Reports say the wildflowers in Texas will be the best they’ve seen in ten years due to rains at the appropriate time throughout the year. We here at The Chief are excited to announce our annual Wildflower Photo Contest.

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