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Over the past almost half a dozen years in the military, I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to forge friendships with people from all walks of life.

  • Nancy C. JUDD
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During one of my Bee meetings in January, a member suggested that the Bee girls write down all of our UFO’s (UnFinished Objects). It goes without saying that all quilters have numerous projects in different stages of completion. It’s just the way we are.

  • Carey Stites
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If you have considered a no-carb diet to achieve weight loss or control diabetes, it is crucial to learn the basics of this “diet” and to understand the health risks associated with eliminating carbohydrates. Carbohydrates comprise a wide variety of foods — both healthy and unhealthy — and w…

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Spring Break is not over just yet. The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library has a special Gaming and Mayhem Event Night for teens at 6 p.m. tonight. Refreshments will be served at this after-hours event.

  • Jennifer Watson
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Spring Break is a time when families pack up and head out to the various beaches or large cities for springtime fun and activities. My family and I have enjoyed spring vacations when we had the budget or paid time off. However, we have also had times when our budget would only allow a fun “s…

  • Carey Stites
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Years ago a study in the Journal of The American Dietetic Association found a simple “rinsing” process can reduce the fat content of cooked ground beef crumbles.

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When I returned to the United States after spending 18 out of 24 months overseas with the Army, I vowed to set down roots. And this past week I dug those roots right back up after deciding to move once again.

  • Nancy C. JUDD
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Spring is quilt show time in Texas. Our Guild’s newsletter had some listed, but for a complete list go to QuiltingHub.com (or just Google “quilt shows in Texas”).

  • Carey Stites
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Once you start running (or jogging), your body will need extra fuel for those miles; you will be burning approximately an extra 100 calories for each mile you run. In addition, your muscles will need protein to keep them operating efficiently.

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Get ready to step into a new future with the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library. One of the services the library provides is access to the Job and Career Accelerator. Call 254-953-5491 to find out how your library card can create a free and personal account to create resumes and …

  • Bob Massey
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You’re going to think this is a quirky column, and I honestly agree, but I thought it would be interesting to share with you some of the famous people I’ve been privileged to meet, shaken hands with and interviewed while I was a radio station news director — or came in fairly close contact w…

  • Carey Stites
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A healthy diet and lifestyle can help fight cardiovascular disease. Making small dietary adjustments daily can translate into life long-term benefits for your health and your heart.

  • Carey Stites
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The use of dietary supplements in the clinical nutrition and athletic realms has steadily increased throughout the years with reports estimating sales in the billions of dollars.

  • Kindra Warner
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A new year frequently ushers in New Year’s resolutions. We resolve to lose weight or pay off debt, but how many of our resolutions are geared towards one of the most important relationships in our lives — our marriage?

  • Bob Massey
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It took an army of friends and family to motivate me to finish my Bachelor of Arts degree in speech communications in 1985. I was 33 years old when I walked across the stage and am proof that you’re never too old to complete a secondary education.

  • Carey Stites
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The new year brings about many resolutions to eat healthier, lose weight and be more physically active. If you are unsure where to start, here are a few tips to get you started on your journey to better health and wellness.

  • Carey Stites
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With the hustle and bustle of the holidays, your family might find it challenging to enjoy a nice, quiet dinner together.

  • By Shelly Frank Herald Correspondent
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At the end of the year, it is normal to take stock of the year before looking forward to what lies ahead in the coming year. As a reader, I have my personal reading preferences, yet as an advocate in the book culture, I watch for authors and artists who create books that I can recommend as w…

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