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Hi there, kiddos – We had another awesome adventure here at the library during our summer reading program! This time, we made a scuba mask so we could take a dive into a deep sea adventure, in which we heard the story of the pout-pout fish who had to swim deeper and deeper in the sea even th…

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When she was 9 years old Tina Siemens of Seminole considered apricots as candy. “We were so poor we couldn’t afford candy,” says Tina, who loved canned green beans. “That was my favorite thing to eat, just straight out of the can. I had an apricot for dessert. Once after eating an apricot I …

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We have finished with EDWARD IHAM’S writings about Comanche and “Comanche Square”.

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Good afternoon, I am happy to be able to write once again for EDWARD ISHAM. Now, Edward Isham was such a fine man. And he sat down and wrote the history of the stores and businesses that were on the square and then ones that were off of the square.

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ATTENTION KIDDOS: You have two more chances to join in on our Summer Reading Program! On our second Wednesday of the program, we had a hippopotamazing time with 91 kids! Yes, it was all about hippos! Outside, we played the human-sized version of Hungry Hippo. There was a lot of squealing and…

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BBQ season is approaching! Which brings the opportunity for everyone to break out their grills and gather with friends and family! If you are looking to buy a new grill or just wondering which grill is the best option for you, here are a few things to consider.

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I have asked several of my friends who enjoy good food this question: how many perfect dining experiences have you had? So far, none has quickly responded with animated expressions of extreme satisfaction. No one has said, “O, yeah, let me tell you about this place.” It is indeed rare to hav…

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Hey, kids, our Summer Reading Program has started! Last Wednesday, we had a howling good time with about 96 awesome kids in attendance! We heard the story, Little Red Riding Hood then made a basket of our own to carry through the woods. We played Grandma, Grandma, Wolf (our version of Duck, …

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Dr. Stephen Sloan is head of Baylor’s Institute for Oral History, recognized as one of the best in the country. Last semester he taught a course on the Vietnam War.

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Good Afternoon, I am glad to be back with you this afternoon. I still have a little left from EDWARD ISHAM AND HIS MEMORIES about the Comanche Square. There will probably be one more article about him after this:

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Am I alone and thinking this spring/ summer is different, not like those in the past years? Normally we would already have been dealing with heated days. Today was one of the first that I really notice the heat and we are in June!

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When Charlie Angell’s father died, he left ten acres of land and a modest house that eventually ended up being owned by Charlie. The property was fifteen miles west of Presidio. Charlie had a construction business in Florida at the time, but he took some time off to go see what he had acquired.

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As this is written it is the day of Memorial Day. Now it has been many a Memorial Day in my life but this one is different for some reason. For some reason it’s more real-- this year of 2021.

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We are nearing the end of the article written by EDWARD ISHAM. This column will be about the businesses off of the square. As you are reading this, please remember what a wonderful contribution that Edward has made to the history of Comanche:

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The Big Thaw – Safe Defrosting Methods Uh, oh! You’re home and forgot to thaw something for dinner. You grab a package of meat or chicken and use hot water to thaw it fast. But is this safe? What if you remembered to take food out of the freezer, but forgot and left the package on the counte…

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If you’re up for a crime thriller that’s filled with nonstop action and nefarious villains, then this is the read for you! Colton Shaw takes on a mission his father began years ago to bring down a corporate espionage firm responsible for hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of deaths. In a race…

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