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Sunday 05/29/2016
Legal Services
Posted: May 29, 2016

Criss & Rousseau Law Firm LLP

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Thursday 04/28/2016
Love in action Temple couple builds beacon of hope at Neema House
Posted: April 28, 2016

An African proverb maintains it takes a village to raise a child. But what if the village itself needs rescuing? What if the village has no clean water, no opportunity for employment, no schools, no way to break the chains of poverty that have shackled generations. In the East African republic of Tanzania, one of every 16 children is an orphaned child, according to UNICEF. Three million orphans live in Tanzania today.

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Friday 10/09/2015
Bell County Women’s Bar Association gives members: A place of their own
Posted: October 09, 2015

Women in law now have a place to call their own in Bell County with the formation of the Bell County Women’s Bar Association that meets monthly. Founded last March by criminal defense attorney Mary Beth Harrell, it is still a work in progress.

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Making the hard calls
Posted: October 09, 2015

Anne Potts Jackson’s office at the Bell County Justice Center is filled with family, professional and private mementos. There are the coins she received from various military installations where she was asked to speak. An engagement photo of her and husband, Michael L. Jackson Jr. Lt. Col. USAF (retired) sits next to their wedding photo.

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Thursday 09/03/2015
Weekend College: Central Texas College offers programs to working students
Posted: September 03, 2015

Associate Dean Amy Randolph-Chernis, of CTC’s Evening and Weekend College has been in Killeen for only four months. She is trying to get used to the Texas heat, which is quite different from the four seasons of Elkhart, Ind., where she was born and raised.

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