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Tina Siemens works with the Heritage Project in Seminole. It’s a group that does research on the history of the Mennonites. Tina wrote a book titled SEMINOLE about the immigration of Mennonites to Seminole. Tina says the group was looking for ways to help out during the Corona crisis. They l…

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As Northeast Ohio baseball fans anticipate the start of a truncated season of Cleveland Indians baseball, they are suddenly faced with the possible end of their beloved ballclub as they know it.  On July 3rd, the Indians released a statement explaining how the team was “committed to engaging…

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Now we all know the grill was made for cooking steak, hamburger and other barbeque favorites but have you ever thought about grilling fruits and vegetables? The grill is a great method to cook fruits and vegetables because of how quickly they cook and the unique flavor it incorporates.

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Since the theater department at Sul Ross State University can’t do plays on stage right now it is doing plays on radio. Listeners seem to like them.

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In 1913 a builder, W.C. Dofflemyer constructed a building in downtown San Saba made of blue limestone, a material found in the southern part of the county. The first floor of the two-story structure was used as the San Saba National Bank. The second floor served as a gentlemen’s club, a plac…

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I am the one who has been questioning what is going on with our Comanche City Council. And yes I am the one who also ran for mayor in 2019. Where 2500 registered voters in the city of Comanche less than 400 people came out to vote that speaks volumes in itself. The purpose of the drive to re…

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Bill Bentley of Midland belongs to a spelunking group that explores Texas caves. He has been in dark places beneath Texas 40 years.