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Archive for June 2014

Impress Your Guests with Easy, Tasty Ribs

Guestswill be asking you for more, more, more when you serve Marie Ward’s I Want MoreRibs at your next cookout. This recipe is simple and delicious! The sweetnessof the rub, paired with a spicy barbecue sauce is scrumptious. These ribs arebaked in the oven, but you can finish them on the grill too if you…

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The HOGwalk

The Texas State HOG Rally started on May 15th with a Street Party which was put together by the Abilene Visitors and Convention Bureau, the Abilene Downtown Association and the City of Abilene. The HOGwalk, as it was called, drew in hundreds of locals as well as several hundred motorcycle riders that were attending the…

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Texas Publishers Assocation meets with Texas Democratic Chairman

Publishers and committee members present were Sienna Miller–West Texas Tribune, Marilyn Miller – West Texas Tribune, James Belt – Dallas Post Tribune, Floyd Miller – West Texas Tribune, T. L. Wyatt – The Villager, Chairman Hinojosa, Waseem Ali – San Antonio Register, Thurman Jones – North Dallas Gazette and Mollie Belt – Dallas Examiner. Photo…

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I Am Don Swinney and I’m Comfortable in My Own Skin

There have been several commercials on television lately by a very recognizable person and ending with: “I am Don Swinney and I am definitely comfortable in my own skin.” This is how I feel about myself. I don’t know how to be any other than myself. I’ve been this way all my life.My wife and…

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Online Loan Scams? – Too Many to Count!

Better Business Bureau is alerting local consumers and businesses to online loan scams. We advise extreme caution in applying for loans online. Many loan sites are fraudulent; applicants are usually flooded with unwanted calls from all over the world.BBB has recently received numerous calls on online loan companies demanding up-front payments for loans, then disappearing…

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Annual Heartworm Check-up Keeps ‘Spring’ in Pets’ Steps

Spring means many things to dogs and their owners. It’s time for longer walks and the shared exhilaration of playing “fetch” on the lawn. Even muddy feet from spring rains can be a pleasure.For many pets and their owners, spring is also a time to visit the veterinarian for an annual heartworm check-up.Veterinarian and American…

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Why You Must Be Real

Exodus 34: 29-35Arthur Tonne tells of an overnight visitor to theWhite House during the Coolidge administration. Calvin Coolidge was not one ofthe warmest people to be around – he was well known for his brevity andtaciturn nature. Seated at breakfast with President, the visitor determined toattempt to be as “invisible” as possible by imitating everything…

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