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I found this particular book while cruisin’ on Amazon and it sounded interesting. What do you think of when you hear of Nottingham? Robin Hood and his Merry Men? At least if you are of a certain age! Nathan Makaryk has written a different sort of book featuring Sherwood Forest, Nottingham an…

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This week I wanted to address this thing we call Revitalize Comanche, Comanche Mercantile, The Soda Shop, Heritage Park and last of all, Homestead Hall. It is taken for granted by so many of us that have worked on these projects for years is that everyone understands these organizations!

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Missy requested a day off from museum reporting, asking me, Beth Steward Martin, to fill in. Missy Cox Jones and my dad, Willis Steward were first cousins. So, keeping with the family loyalty, here goes this week’s Museum Musings!

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When Caroline Wadzeck was growing up in Snyder she was active in school activities and played saxophone and bassoon in the band. After earning three degrees in education and library science from Sam Houston State she went to Dayton and taught school.

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Mentioned in last week’s column was the possibility of a food preservation workshops. Well, the details have come together and we are in for a treat, a sweet treat! Stephanie Nuce will prepare wonderful lemon curd that she will process in a water bath preservation so that this luscious lemon…

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“If you stand up straight, be still and concentrate on your breathing, you’re doing YOGA. It is the best way to clear your mind. Thoughts will come into your head but the trick is to not engage those thoughts, just sort of observe them.” - Kevin Lewis

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I am continuing my articles from EDWARD ISHAM. Now, Edward was a fine man, and as I have written before, I did some typing for him about his early days at BRIER GROVE school and also about going to PETTIT SCHOOL. When he finished writing about going to school at PETTIT, he wrote about his me…

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Dean Koontz always writes books with a twist. In “The Other Emily” (F LP KOO), writer David Thorne lost the love of his life when Emily Carlino vanished after her car broke down on ‘dark desert highway’ in California. Still recovering after ten years, David meets Maddison Sutton who is keenl…

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Hello, and this is another beautiful spring day. Seems like all at once, the trees are putting out green leaves. Here are some bits and pieces about the early day schools in Comanche County from The Comanche Chief in 1915:

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