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100 Women, 100 Words Exhibit to be on Display through April 30 at McMurry University: Book about Display Now Available for Purchase

ABILENE, Texas – 100 Women, 100 Words will be on display from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday through April 30 at the Furr Welcome Center on McMurry University’s campus. Also, the 100 Words Women in History Project 2012 Volume I book is now available for purchase. This volume consists of photos of…

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Musicians and DJs Gearing Up for Music Festival Season

In anticipation of this season’s music and dance festivals, musicians and DJs are gearing up across the country. And if trends continue this year, festivals such as Electric Daisy and Ultra will be more jam-packed than ever.In fact, digital music revenues of electronic dance music grew 9.8 percent in 2012, and the attendance at 20…

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SUNSHINE DREAMS

Waking up to a brisk fresh country air at the breakof dayA delightful aroma of honeysuckle leads my path,Back to innocent childhood dreams of make believeplay.Sunshine wishes that filled my heart with joy. Chirping birds and colorful butterflies amidst treesof wonderlandI am nestled in my safe and secret hiding placeBooks of imagination took me away…

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Marble Eyes

Beautiful mind, body, and soulAnd the heart is picture perfectPlease don’t feel like you’re worthlessBecause I’ve looked this earthAnd never found an equal part that worksYou have had much hurtBeing a friend to meWhen you didn’t have to beFor some reasonWhen I look in your eyesI see much moreThus the reason I turn the game…

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Ethanol/Ethylene Being Added in at National Gas Pumps

Has your automobile broken down lately? Be of good cheer my friend. I assure you, you are not alone. Nowadays, many automobile’s performance problems can be attributed to problems in the vehicle’s fuel or fuel system. For the sake for making the information in this article as simple and easy to understand as possible, perhaps…

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Jason Smith Updated Kiwanis on the Abilene Chamber

Abilene Chamber of Commerce President, Jason Smith, spoke at a recent meeting of the Greater Kiwanis Club of Abilene. Smith said there is a need for a larger hotel and convention center, as well as more fields for the youth. He also said that, per capita, Abilene ranks #2 in the state when it comes…

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Nearing March 31 Deadline, Forty Percent Rise in Healthcare Website

Spike Linked to ‘Between Two Ferns’ Appearance – According to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which manages Healthcare.gov, 4.2 million Americans have enrolled for health insurance through the federal marketplace as of March 11. That’s apparently because, from running presidential campaigns to running the government in the White House, the Obama machine…

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What Every Small Business Needs to Know About Marketing

For small businesses, smart marketing is crucial for success. But what does that mean in today’s fast paced, highly wired world?While online and mobile communication has gained importance in recent years, experts say that face-to-face engagement with people who matter to you and your organization remains invaluable.“In a crowded marketplace, making a positive and lasting…

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What You Need to Know about myRAs

1. What is a myRA?The myRA is a new workplace retirement savings account discussed by President Obama in the State of the Union address, and subsequently authorized by executive order. The administration hopes that employers who currently don’t offer a workplace retirement plan will make myRAs available to their employees. Only limited details are currently…

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Cynthia Pearson Speaks at Kiwanis

Cynthia Pearson, President of the Day Nursery of Abilene, was updating the Greater Kiwanis Club of Abilene on the mission of the Day Nursery of Abilene Inc., which is to provide affordable quality childcare for a diverse community. She also took the opportunity to promote the 21st Mexican Dinner Fundraiser scheduled for March 29, 2014.…

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