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Here we are in December. Holidays just around the corner and lots of activity is going on at the Library. We will have our annual library board meeting at 5 p.m. this Thursday. After a brief State … more
Here we are looking at the beginning of the busiest season of the year. It is interesting to think that the humans are gearing up for winter visiting and the plants at the Arboretum are settling down … more
Do you typically shop the perimeter of your grocery store to find whole, fresh items including fresh colorful produce, a variety of meats and delicious dairy products? That’s really good advice, … more
They may not walk around with a parrot on their shoulder, say “aargh!” or sail a ship, but they do walk around snatching packages off doorsteps. Porch Pirates are increasingly becoming a problem, … more
Well, it’s almost over. The leaves are nearing the end of their color cycle, the cool Texas breeze is beginning to morph into a bone-chilling wind and football is winding down. For me this has … more
To the editor, We wish to thank each and every one of our friends, neighbors, families and churches that have called, prayed, brought food, sent cards and checked our well-being once Marie had … more
It is no longer fun anymore. Remember when Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas were times you looked forward to sharing with family and friends and just simply enjoy life as it was, you know, those … more
Having been a member of the Monitor staff for 35 plus years, I have become accustomed to the odd little things that cross my desk… now computer. Some of the tidbits are print worthy and many are … more
Dear WCM, Wanted to send a note of appreciation for the terrific coverage you’ve provided during the recent veteran’s activities. Beginning with US Marine Corps Ball, and throughout last … more
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