Lifestyles

The Bible And The Headlines: News You Can Use

By David Bachelor, PhD There probably is not a single member of the Texas Army National Guard who was not asked last week if their unit was going to Iran. Events making national news, from the US drone strike in Iraq on Iranian Major General Qasem Soleimani to Iran’s retaliatory ICBM strikes on US forces…

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Logan Strong

Members of Tejano music groups Los Chamacos (left photo) and Inevitable (middle photo) pose with 4-year old Logan Elizondo who is battling cancer. A benefit plate sale and dance was held Saturday, January 11 at the Pearsall Knights of Columbus Hall to raise funds for his medical expenses. The Elizondo family extend their thanks to…

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“Ask Tencha”

“Behind every well-behaved child is a mother with her chancla…” asktencha@gmail.com Q. Dear Tencha, I found a great woman and have been dating her for almost two months. I don’t have much to complain about, except her feet. They never smell, but she has the driest, flakiest skin on her feet that they snag my…

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The Bible And The Headlines: News You Can Use

By David Bachelor, PhD Two headlines for the same story last week were “Not Hero” and Jack Wilson’s full quote, “I’m not a Hero.” Jack Wilson is the member of West Freeway Church of Christ who shot a gunman that killed two people during Sunday morning service on December 29. Wilson is part of the…

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Food from the Heart

Sharing recipes with people who love eating delicious meals! By Teresa Villarreal tvillarreal@fncnow.com Chinese Crab Rangoons This week’s recipe is a savory Chinese food appetizer. Simple to make and rich in flavor, these crab and cheese rangoons will elevate your next meal! INGREDIENTS: 8 ounces crab meat, Imitation crab meat 8 ounces cream cheese 1…

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“Ask Tencha”

“Behind every well-behaved child is a mother with her chancla…” asktencha@gmail.com Q. Dear Tencha, I spent my New Year at a casino this year. I thought your ideas sounded fun and I figured going with my best friend would make it even better. I went to the Kickapoo and stayed at a hotel not far…

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LINDA PARSONS – “DOING WHAT I CAN”

PVFD Firefighter of the Year discusses her passion for the service By Breyana Segura Pearsall’s Linda Parsons has made firefighting a passion in life and finds herself completely involved in the local volunteer service, from office duties to front-line work in combating fires that threaten lives and property. The Pearsall Volunteer Fire Department named Parsons…

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Food from the Heart

Sharing recipes with people who love eating delicious meals! By Teresa Villarreal tvillarreal@fncnow.com Club Sandwich Party Rolls This recipe is perfect for parties! Whether it’s for your New Year’s Eve Bash or any social gathering, it will not disappoint! Your event will be a hit with every tasty bite. INGREDIENTS: Rolls 6 slices bacon, cooked…

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“Ask Tencha”

“Behind every well-behaved child is a mother with her chancla…” asktencha@gmail.com Q. Dear Tencha, New Year’s Eve is next week, and I am still single. I don’t want to spend another New Year alone again. This will be year eight of spending it alone and I refuse to let it happen again. Any ideas on…

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Sometimes a good hug can make tough moments bearable

“My heart felt fuller and my smile was so bright…” Dealing with the holiday blues By Teresa Villarreal Most people within my social circles know me. Others have heard stories. I am not famous. I’m certainly not rich or well-traveled, but I live a wonderful life. I am a mother, a daughter, a friend, and…

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