• 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…

  • 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”).

  • 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…

  • 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.

  • Kindra Warner
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Recently I was in a marriage class when the topic of marital intimacy was being discussed. As group members began to share their own struggles in this vital area of marriage, the importance of the marriage bedroom was introduced. It seems we tend to neglect this valuable room of our home. Ou…

  • Kathryn Leisinger
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Knowing that dogs are great judges of character and seeing it in action are two different things. That’s also a lesson I learned over the past 18 months that I didn’t even realize I learned until I read back through my dog journals.

  • Kindra Warner
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When we say our marriage vows, we promise to love each other through all the good and the bad times our marriage will encounter.

  • Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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It’s personally refreshing to be surrounded by co-workers, friends, and acquaintances who work hard, dedicate themselves to quality, making sure the customer is satisfied and take seriously the importance of being kind and assisting those who need help.

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There are many occasions throughout the year that provide the necessity of mailing a quilt: Christmas, birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, births, weddings, or entering a show.

  • Nancy C. JUDD
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Gone are the days when beginning quilters had to physically sign up for quilting classes at a quilt store or at an activities center, then weekly pack up their supplies and projects and go to that store or center where an instructor would conduct the class.

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Several months ago, I wrote a Community Voices column about making changes to my life, improving my mental health by being more mindful of my physical well-being.

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It’s the season. Spring break season, that is. For some reason, this time of year we are bombarded with cruise advertisements. I’ve been getting fliers in my mailbox for the past month and then there are those wonderful cruise ads on TV.

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Warmer weather is here, and that means more people will be out walking their dogs soon. One of my biggest pet peeves is dog walkers who allow their dogs to approach other dogs without permission.

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