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Giving back is a big focus of the holiday season. This year, because Thanksgiving fell a week late, Americans have five fewer days to give back and help charities earn much-needed funds that keep yearlong programming afloat. That could translate into shortfalls of millions of dollars for charities, so the stakes are high. Yet it can be difficult to decide which charity will do the most with the donations it receives – and how those donations can positively impact the donor come tax season.
Honey brown, crisp skin with meat that’s tender and juicy.
(Family Features) Want to give that special someone the trendiest gifts and gadgets of the season? Head over to the nearest kitchen store or gourmet grocer. The hottest gifts this year are for foodies. From the ultimate electric kettle to premium cookware to a delightful wine for any occasion, this gift guide has everything you need to make someone's holiday very merry.
Kettle bells are seen as a new addition to the Harvey Physical Fitness Center Thursday morning at Fort Hood.
FORT HOOD — Among the stones bearing the names of “Lumberjack” soldiers killed during the battalion’s four deployments since 2001 are four soldiers’ stones without noted combat operations in Iraq or Afghanistan.
Makes: 4 to 6 servings
(NAPSI)—Time spent sharing a traditional holiday treat with family and friends can be a wonderful way to sweeten your day.
TEMPLE — Joshua Machicek doesn’t exactly fit the description of an antique tractor restoration expert. Slender, tall and soft-spoken, the 18-year-old is a freshman at West Texas A&M, and smiles easily, especially when recounting the trials and tribulations he encountered restoring a 1947 Minneapolis Moline.
(BPT) - Tailgating is an investment in having fun - 42 percent of tailgaters spend more than $500 a season on food and supplies, according to a Tailgating Institute research study. When you’re spending that much on your pre-game fun, food failures, cooler crises and other disasters are not an option. Here are a handful of common tailgating disasters and your game plan for avoiding them:
(NAPSI)Tailgaters are a serious crowd, particularly when it comes to their traditions, their team andabove alltheir food.
CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio — Jim Pesce’s dream studio has a well-worn armchair, a writing desk and an armoire filled with art supplies.
COPPERAS COVE – The sun shined brightly Sunday afternoon as local musicians played country, folk and southern rock at the Star of Texas Tri-County Music Fest in Copperas Cove.
I’d like to think I earned two degrees when I graduated from college last May: one in journalism and the other in beer. Drinking craft beer has been a major hobby of mine since I turned 21. While my buddies in school were drinking Steel Reserve, Pabst Blue Ribbon and Rolling Rock. I was sipping on some Sam Adams, Leinenkugel’s, and being a Texan, some Shiner.
While other smoked foods, such as pork shoulder and brisket, are forgiving, prime rib is not. Watch your fire and mind your meat thermometer. If you miss your target, the meat will still have its majesty (it is prime rib, after all), but perhaps a little less of it.
The Copperas Cove Economic Development Corporation anticipates that Black Meg 43 will start claiming a portion of a $40,000 forgivable loan sometime in the near future as work to receive compensation is already being done.
It’s a new year, but many activities that took place in Copperas Cove and Coryell County in 2012 will continue to affect residents this year.
Economic Development Corporation board members approved an agreement Thursday to grant up to $40,000 to help the owners of Black Meg 43, a hamburger restaurant, with improvements to their future location.
The Bell County chapter of the Salvation Army is $40,000 shy of its goal. Residents have until 2 a.m. Monday to donate to the nonprofit’s cause.
COPPERAS COVE — Black Meg 43 will do numerous renovations at its new location before opening in mid-January, and the Copperas Cove Economic Development Corporation may help fund the construction.
Spc. Joshua Smith made it through the 300-meter run, the kettle bells and the first of several shooting positions without any serious holdups.
COPPERAS COVE — While the Kettle is closing its doors, it is presenting Black Meg 43 with the opportunity of a new restaurant location and floor plan.
COPPERAS COVE — Kettle owner Tim Lyons turned the lock on his front doors at 2 p.m. Sunday to close down for the day for the last time.
When Charles Lewis tilts his red kettle for a small child to drop a few coins or dollars into, the Salvation Army volunteer’s heart fills with joy.
Participating in a physical fitness challenge could be tough, but conducting three consecutive rounds for a challenge could be worse.
Many of the people who come into the Salvation Army store on Rancier Avenue may be facing tough times, but an encounter with volunteer Becky Lowe will likely brighten their day.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.