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Keystone is a Keeper!

Keystone is a Keeper!

Keystone is a smart, handsome 2-year-old Border Collie mix with soulful eyes who needs a home and family to call his own. He knows commands like sit, shake, down, wait, leave it and beg. This beautiful boy does well with children and other dogs so 

Plan your next vacation like a pro

Plan your next vacation like a pro

If the chance to unplug, recharge and just get away is calling your name, it’s a sign that it’s time to plan a vacation. Whether you envision a trip around town or across the country, getting organized and doing a little prep work can help 

Nutrient-Dense Meal Prep

Nutrient-Dense Meal Prep

Rustic French Ratatouille | 8 to 10 servings This classic French dish is an easy way to prep a bunch of fresh produce that is abundant during summer months. It’s a delicious way to have veggies prepped in your fridge because it gets tastier as 

Plastic Predicament: America’s Battle with Waste

Plastic Predicament: America’s Battle with Waste

By Carrie Dunlea In the bustling urban landscape of modern America lies a problem that’s as pervasive as it is pernicious: plastic waste. And despite the concerted efforts to recycle paper, cardboard and metals, plastic continues to permeate our landfills, oceans and even infiltrate our 

Vintage Trailer Bliss

Vintage Trailer Bliss

By Sydni Ellis Dreamy sunsets paint the sky a messy blend of orange and pink, while sweet-smelling grass, pristine mountains and bubbling water surround you. It’s the beginning of summertime – camping season! While there’s nothing wrong with sleeping bags inside a tent, we prefer 

The Turning Point Rape Crisis Center

The Turning Point Rape Crisis Center

Serving Survivors of sexual violence  By Sonia Duggan In a world where silence and shame can perpetuate suffering, a local nonprofit serves as a beacon of hope and support for those impacted by all forms of sexual violence.  For over 40 years, The Turning Point 

Chasing Shadows

Chasing Shadows

 Exploring the path of totality in Texas’ State Parks By Carrie Dunlea The Lone Star State eagerly awaits a celestial spectacle as the solar eclipse graces the skies April 8, casting its mesmerizing shadow over its diverse landscapes. To witness this extraordinary event, adventurers and 

An event for the ages

An event for the ages

By Bob Wieland It won’t be just the stars at night that are big and bright on April 8. If it is not cloudy, stars will be visible at midday as the shadow of a total solar eclipse sweeps across Texas.  The umbra is 120 

The lazy girlʼs guide to delicious dinners

The lazy girlʼs guide to delicious dinners

Butter Chicken | Makes 4-6 servings I am Punjabi; that means my culture and ancestry share an origin with this Butter Chicken. Right off the bat, this is not an authentic Indian recipe. This is a recipe that I made to get to as close 

Trail Sisters

Trail Sisters

Hiking group unites women who share love of outdoors By Sonia Duggan Winter, spring, summer or fall, a vibrant community of adventure seeking women connect to hike trails together in North Texas and beyond.  The group, aptly named Hikerbabes, is a women-only group united by