Daily Archives: November 1, 2010

Is It an Emergency?

WAXAHACHIE, TX — It could be a headache that’s worse than others, a cough that won’t quit or a cut that keeps bleeding. At some point, you’ve likely had to decide whether a trip to the emergency department is in order. For many symptoms, it can be tough to tell. The tips below may […]

Getting Mommies Fit

MANSFIELD, TX — As her 30th birthday drew closer, Krys Davis created a plan to enter the new decade the fittest she had ever been. As a certified personal trainer, Krys knew the importance of being physically fit was not only a benefit for her, but was setting an example of a healthy lifestyle […]

From Generation to Generation

ENNIS, TX — Cindy Gerich has a passion for quilting that has lasted a lifetime. In fact, she likes quilting so much that she and her friend, Jackie Muehlstein, started a group called Bluebonnet Patches Quilting Guild of Ennis in 1985. As she and charter members, Helen Ritchey and Bettye Moore, who joined the […]

“Diggin” for Free

CORSICANA, TX — Explorers of the unknown know where to go in Corsicana for the answers to all their questions: the Corsicana Public Library. A wealth of information is available, and helpful library staff and volunteers are ready to aid students of all ages in their quests for knowledge. “We are a little treasure; […]

Patriots and Heroes

BURLESON, TX — “Our veterans are the reason we’re here today and still free,” Milton Gibson said. “Dale and I use two words to describe them: patriot and hero. Most of them will say, ‘Yeah I’m a patriot, but hero? I did what I was told to do for my country. I did my […]

Faith, Family, Style

CEDAR HILL, TX — Blending styles into one home can be a challenge for any family. In the case of Tom and Jan Blake, however, their home reflects the couple’s easygoing and faith-filled, busy lifestyle. Married for 17 years, the Blakes met on a blind date. Though both had experienced heartache (Jan was divorced, […]