Loafs Launches The Pacific Shoe to Stylishly Combat Climate Change

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Look good, feel good, do good. Today, all three are possible thanks to The Pacific, a new and stylish multi occasion shoe by Loafs LLC. This eco-conscious footwear line is made entirely...

Saving an Old Oak

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Many is the time that I get a call about an old, ill oak tree. “It’s been there for generations.” “I used to swing under it as a child.” “It’s was planted...

Tomatoes struggling

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I’ve read somewhere that tomatoes are the most popular vegetable grown by home gardeners in America. I don’t know if that’s really true, but I do think of it as one of...

Spanish Moss

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A lady from Huntington called me this week complaining of Spanish moss in her oaks. She’s lived at her residence for over 20 years and this year was the first year that...

Beautiful wildflower or weed?

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Driving around, any astute observer has surely noticed the abundant wildflowers on the side of the road. In my area we have worlds of Black-Eyed Susan (the yellow flower) and the white...

Campfire Bash at the Texas Forestry Museum

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The Texas Forestry Museum invites families to its Campfire Bash, on Thursday, June 6th from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. At the event, families will play campfire games, complete a trail scavenger hunt,...

Centipedes and Millipedes

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I’ve had several folks call me recently about an abundance of centipedes in their landscapes as well as their homes. As all critters grow and mature, there are...

Cattlemen’s Seminar this Friday in Hemphill

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Recently I’ve been able to travel to Georgia and study agricultural production there. They have a climate very similar to ours with as much rainfall as we typically get. Different from East...

2019-2020 PERFORMING ARTS SERIES BRINGS THE WORLD TO LUFKIN

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The Angelina Arts Alliance announced its upcoming 2019-2020 Temple Theater Performing Arts Series to the public today at 12 noon at the Lufkin/Angelina county Chamber of Commerce First Friday luncheon at Crown...

Cantaloupe issues

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Cantaloupe are one of those fruits for which I really do have a fondness. I guess I like them so much because my parents worked so hard to grow them in their...