by Jim Steadman, Cotton Grower Magazine Perhaps part of the reason it’s so difficult to nail down a definitive definition for sustainability is that its core word – sustain –
The Brownfield High School Spirit of the Plains Band continued its decades-long tradition of earning straight 1s Wednesday for the Sweepstakes recognition at the annual UIL Concert Band and Sight
ACES will be hosting Jennifer Hogue and another of her wonderful classes. “Prayer Farm Beads” will be offered on Tuesday, April 23 at 7 p.m. The class is only $4
Monday Meatloaf Wheat Bread Corn Mandarin Oranges Tuesday Chicken Parmesan Green Beans Apricot Halves Wednesday Burritos Crinkled Carrots Apples Thursday Grilled Chicken Sandwich Normany Blend Diced Pears Friday Mac and
Monday Crispy Chicken Mashed Potatoes Baked Beans Black Forest Parfait Tuesday Salisbury Steak Squash Casserole Italian Green Beans Bread Pudding Wednesday Mexican Lasagna Refried Beans Spanish Rice Toffee Dessert Thursday
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Joshua Bruton joined his Kindergarten classmates from Colonial Heights for the annual Easter egg hunt at Kiddie Park. The school tykes walked from their campus to the popular park for the fun event.
Hayden Hogue and his mother Erica Hogue, along with Kathleen Crooks in the background, enjoy the activities at the weekly Family Place Workshop held at the Kendrick Memorial Library.
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