Tag Archive: family

Jun 10

Get hooked: Kids’ Fishing Rodeo

Kids’ Fishing Rodeo will take place on June 22nd at Teague Park Lake. The Rodeo is a timed fishing event from 10-10:45am, with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place trophies presented at 11am for the most fish caught. The Kid’s Fishing Rodeo is open to kids ages 3-12. Please bring your own fishing pole, bait and …

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Jun 07

Juneteenth Celebration scheduled

Broughton Recreation Center will host its annual Juneteenth Celebration on Saturday, June 15. The event will include a parade in the morning and activities in the park in the afternoon. A fun run is also in the works as part of the festivities. For more information on getting involved in this event, contact Broughton Recreation …

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Jun 04

Stressed out? You need more sleep.

Feeling irritable lately? You might need more sleep. Snapping at your kids or spouse, stewing in checkout lines, shouting at road hogs… cultural negativity abounds. A recent National Sleep Foundation (NSF) poll suggests links between sleep deficiencies and negative attitudes and behavior. Over one-third of respondents said they are sleepy during daytime at least a …

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May 28

Memorial Day…a day to count our blessings

As we approach Memorial Day, memories of past celebrations of this holiday come to mind. As a child, Memorial Day signaled the first holiday of the summer (although it technically takes place while it is still Spring). Memorial Day observance goes back to the Civil War, and was intended to honor and pay homage to …

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Apr 30

Lone Star State: Courage, grace in West Texas

Last week, the small town of West, Texas suffered a terrible tragedy when an explosion at a fertilizer storage facility ripped through the community. Approximately 200 people were wounded, and at least 14 lost their lives. Among these are many of the volunteer first responders who bravely sacrificed their own lives in order to protect …

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Jun 28

Stressed out? You might need sleep

By Rusty Wright Feeling irritable lately? You might need more sleep. Snapping at your kids or spouse, stewing in checkout lines, shouting at road hogs . . . cultural negativity abounds. A recent National Sleep Foundation (NSF) poll suggests links between sleep deficiencies and negative attitudes and behavior. Over one-third of respondents said they are …

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Feb 28

Family surprised by presidential visit

By Jan White There’s a heart-warming story told about how President Dwight Eisenhower surprised a family while he was vacationing in Denver.   A newspaper reporter had written an article in the form of a letter to the President to tell him about a little boy named Paul Henry Haley, who was dying of cancer.  …

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Feb 21

That’s what friends are for

By Susan Estrich Here we go again: a tragedy in the music world, a tragedy waiting to happen that did. Disturbing headlines before and after leave us scratching our heads and asking why. On the days before her death, Whitney Houston was disheveled, dressed in clothes that didn’t match, hair dripping with water or sweat, …

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