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Seeing that my hometown of Throckmorton, has homecoming activities only every two years, I have to stop and figure out how long it’s been since graduation day in 1970.

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The Crossroads to Texas Quilt Guild’s quilt show was a big hit. I hope everyone interested in quilts and quilting attended. The next show will take place Aug. 7-8, 2020, at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center. That gives you two years to make a quilt to enter.

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So I’m trying to find my preferred music on the radio, which is really not too hard, since I will listen to anything that isn’t gangster rap or country music (well, a little Johnny Cash never hurt anyone), from essentially the 1700s until the 1990s, and I stumble upon a great station playing…

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My hat is off to the magnificent staff of the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce as they’ve been preparing for the “Cheers to Ten Years” celebration of the 10th anniversary of the annual Food, Wine and Brew Fest set for Saturday at Community Park.

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An emotional support animal is simply defined as a companion animal that has been deemed by a medical professional to be emotionally beneficial to a person with a disability, and that improves at least one characteristic of the disability.

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An emotional support animal is simply defined as a companion animal that has been deemed by a medical professional to be emotionally beneficial to a person with a disability, and that improves at least one characteristic of the disability.

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Just a few short announcements. First, the Crossroads to Texas Quilt Guild’s Quilt Show will take place Sept. 7-8 at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center. Many vendors and quilts to enjoy. Go to cttquildguild.org. It’s close enough for every quilter reading this to spend some time there.

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The 2018-2019 school year is officially underway, which means children are starting to wind down from the fun of the summer. No more water parks, no more vacations and no more adventures, at least not right away.

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Insomnia can be cruel. Multiple sleepless nights are even crueler, as one finds oneself thinking certain things sound really great, only to finally get some sleep, wake up, and, to quote the Talking Heads, “You may say to yourself, ‘My God! What have I done?’”

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I’m spending more time on the computer the last couple of months because I’ve joined three different free motion/long arm quilting groups.

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Most children dream of what they want to be when they grow up; chief among those dreams are policeman, fireman, astronaut, even schoolteacher.

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When the Art Quilt Study Group formed years ago, participants spent long periods of time trying to find a definition of exactly what was considered “art.” After many conversations, with many different viewpoints, we finally settled on “art is whatever you think it is.” In other words, art is…

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After taking a trip to the other side of the world this week, children visiting the Copperas Cove Public Library on Thursday will be traveling into the past with “Dinosaur George” for the next big Summer Reading event.

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I caught “Quilt Pox” while stationed in Hawaii in the early 1980s. Back then, quilters were still making patterns using cardboard to trace around and cutting fabric pieces out with scissors.

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The Copperas Cove Public Library was awarded a Federal Communications Commission E-rate grant, which helps schools and libraries obtain affordable broadband internet.

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