Lifestyles

Methodist Ladies’ host Hats and Harp Brunch

“Like taking a step back in time…” By Cathe Graves It was like taking a step back in time… all the way back to 2019 when it was still possible for a small community of women to gather for food and fellowship. Only this event took place on June 27, 2020. So temperatures were taken…

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The Bible And The Headlines: News You Can Use

By David Bachelor, PhD Novel. This Fourth of July will certainly be novel. The primary force behind its novelty is the novel coronavirus aka COVID 19. Measures to contain the spread of this disease are shaping Independence Day celebrations both public and private. For the four counties in Texas specifically named as hot spots, the…

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“Ask Tencha”

“Behind every well-behaved child is a mother with her chancla…” [email protected] Q. Dear Tencha, I am out of work right now. I have been self-employed for the past two years and business was good. I was an independent contractor, so I have been filing 1099. Now with everything going on, work is stagnant and I…

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Talapia with GreenBeans Almandine

Food from the Heart [email protected] Do you feel like cooking something delicious and simple? This week’s recipe won’t disappoint. With the mouthwatering flavor of the green beans complimenting the crisp and flaky texture of the fish, you will truly enjoy every bite! INGREDIENTS: For the Fish: 4 tilapia fillets (6 ounces each) 1/2 teaspoon salt…

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Woman’s Club of Cotulla Awards Scholarships

The Woman’s Club of Cotulla has awarded three scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each and one High English award for $1,000 to members of the graduating Cotulla High School Class of 2020. Alexa Ramirez was awarded the Betsy Hopkins Memorial Scholarship, Karissia Torres will receive the Fredna Knaggs Dobie Wood Memorial Scholarship and Ohnysty…

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“Ask Tencha”

“Behind every well-behaved child is a mother with her chancla…” [email protected] Q. Dear Tencha, Going through this whole Corona thing has made me realize that my girlfriend can’t cook to save our lives! When all of the restaurants closed she was stuck making my lunches for work, and it was pretty tasteless and the meat…

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A career in khaki

Texas Parks & Wildlife Game Warden Captain Mike Morse (Photo above, left) has retired from service to the state and was commended last week by Texas Senator Pete Flores, who signed a proclamation that will become part of the permanent record in the Texas Senate, acknowledging the former game warden’s duty from 1992 to 2019,…

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MOORE COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT CLUB TO MEET JULY 1

The Moore Community Improvement Club will meet at the Moore Community Center on July 1 at 7 p.m. “This is our first meeting back in a while and we ask attendees to please be cautious of the current COVID 19 situation,” MCIC representative Shelley Delgado said. “If you are able to, we ask you to…

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“Ask Tencha”

Dear Tencha, I’m getting married! I’m really happy and excited. My best friend wants to run everything as the maid of honor, but she’s forgetting that I want it to be done on a modest budget. She has ignored my thoughts on this and quite frankly, she’s acting like she’s the one getting married. How…

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Dilley pair named to SHSU Spring 2020 Dean’s List

Jaron Gonzales and Robert Lothringer have been named to the Dean’s List of Academic Honors at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville during the Spring 2020 semester. Both are undergraduates who have achieved a grade point average of at least 3.5 out of a perfect 4.0 in all work attempted while enrolled in not less…

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