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Pet of the Week May 9

When Shay was found, he was left abandoned in a ditch by the side of the road, covered in dirt and mud. He's an adorably sweet guy. Shay also gets along well with other dogs and people, but he tends to prefer to do his own thing while playing...

Capital Highlights May 2

Only a month is left for lawmakers to get the state’s business done in the 86th regular session of the Texas Legislature. Still unfinished are the issues at the top of a list shared by Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and House Speaker Dennis Bonnen: the passage of a state budget for fiscal years 2020-2021, property tax reform and school finance reform... 

Dripping Life May 2

Every year, May 6th through 12th, the United States has celebrated National Nurses Week, culminating on the 12th by observing Florence Nightingale’s birthday. The American Nurses Association began celebrating a day to recognize nurses in Nightingale in 1953.  In 1993, the observance expanded to a week...

Dripping Gardening May 2

Do you like to try new things in the garden? If so, then 'Tatume', (also often called 'Calabacita') squash could be a worthy candidate for your next garden experiment. This hardy, open pollinated native of Mexico grows well in our hot climate and it produces pound after pound of flavorful firm fleshed squash. The long vines are...

Running with Moe May 2

I was trying out my treadmill this week to see if it still worked.  It was purchased years ago at a very good price and thought that on cold and rainy days I would use it to stay in shape.  I found out that running 20 minutes on a treadmill is worse than running a four hour marathon.  It is the same for...


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