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Are you interested in finding long lost relatives? We can help you with that! Don’t forget our 2021 Genealogy Workshop is taking place tomorrow. Numerous speakers have tips and advice on how to go about finding those mysterious missing folks! The programs are provided by the Genealogy Networ…

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Oatmeal is a whole grain that can be a delicious, warm way to add whole grains to your eating patterns during the cold winter season. Oats are full of important nutrients like vitamins B and E, calcium, magnesium, and zinc. This grain contains beta-glucan, a special kind of fiber, found to b…

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Yes, I do remember so well all of the days that we made jellies, jam and “sweet pickled peaches.” These were enjoyed all through the winter and we especially enjoyed jellies and hot biscuits together. I wanted to share this with you today.

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The Double Mountain Chronicle in Rotan had such a good article about the Old Glory Musicals I just had to go experience one. I’m glad I went. I was impressed with the caliber of musicians and the taste of the pie (coconut and chocolate). Like so many small town musicals, it is a display of A…

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Comanche Public Library is happy to announce that we are once again participating in a state-wide annual genealogy event, the 2021 Genealogy Workshop, on October 15, 2021.

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Did you read in last week’s De Leon newspaper that listed Comanche County as the most desirable place in Texas to move to?

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The weather was wonderful and the Pow Wow was declared a success. Comanche folks needed a break from the heat and focus on the negative that seems to surround us. I think anything positive to so good for our attitudes. I would encourage each of you to do your best to think as positive as pos…

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I hope everyone out there enjoyed our annual Pow-Wow as much as I did! The weather was just lovely and there were so many fantastic vendors. What a wonderful display of fashions and fares, pets and pretties, cars and candles, and more! Best of all - the food, of course! From Tex-Mex to Hillb…

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Yes, I’m trying to remember my time at Gustine School. Come go with me to school.

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A healthy breakfast is a must for kids. Skip it and your kids will be playing nutritional catch-up for the rest of the day, says the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

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Miss Kat has an interesting business in Temple. “It’s A-1 Sewing and Vac Center,” she says. “I repair sewing machines, vacuum cleaners and some associated equipment. I actually do no sewing, no alterations. I just repair the machines.”

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This story is about my dear grandfather, Cornelius Nicholas “Nick” Cox. I never knew him, but I remember many stories about him and Grandma Cox. Here is one of my favorites:

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Keeping an organized and stocked pantry will save time, money and make menu planning easier but its important to take care of your pantry! Check out our top tips below for keeping a safe and healthy pantry.

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Greetings to all of our wonderful patrons out there! I’m sure you are gearing up for our annual Pow-Wow this weekend! It looks like it’s going to be a really big event this year and I’m looking forward to exploring a number of those vendors.

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In Italian, the word allora is an expression used for calming people. There is a 17-year-old girl who lives near Fredericksburg named Allora and she is definitely living up to her name. She sings, writes and loves to ride horses.

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If you are kind enough to read this column, you have perhaps wondered where I have been! Well, I took a little hospital vacation. Nothing I want to repeat but all staff involved were great. While I was away some things were surely happening. Storms flew through the Eastern seaboard, dumping …

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“Living in West Texas in the Dust Bowl Years”

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Highway 350 runs between Big Spring and Snyder. About midway between the two cities is a small place called Vincent, founded in 1892 and named for an early settler. Vincent Vinson. Steve Wolf, whose family has ranched in the region for generations, built a fine café and convenience store a f…

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