Florists in Caney, KS
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Caney Flower Shops
114 N. Vine
Caney, KS 67333
Caney KS News
Apr 7, 2017
Cooper junior Flowers 17th at state powerlifting meet, Snyder duo medals
Marisol Pulido placed first in the Class 5A 148-pound class with a total of 940 pounds, followed by teammate Lizeth De la Fuente at 935. Conroe Caney Creek's Bre Haesche was third with a total of 915 pounds.In the 4A meet, Biggers placed second in the 165-pound class and Avila was third in the 132 class.Biggers lifted 400 in the squat, 175 in the bench and 405 in the deadlift to finish with a three-lift total of 980 pounds — 140 behind winner Kiana Lopez of Crystal City.Avila, meanwhile, had a 350-pound squat, a 185-pound bench and a 315-pound deadlift for an 850-pound total. That left her behind only Victoria Ortega of Rio Hondo (875) and Alvarado's Isabella Weatherby (885) in her class.Other Big Country qualifiers include Big Spring's Serenity Garcia (14th in the 123 class, 695), Brownwood's Victoria Sanchez (12th in the 132 class, 715), Big Spring's Carlie Roberts (6th in the 181 class, 895) and Stephenville's Nadine Arredondo (8th in the 259 class, 930).Snyder placed eighth as a team with eight points, 13 behind first-place Beeville Jones and second-place Crystal City. Rio Hondo and Anna were third and fourth, respectively, with 15 points apiece. (ReporterNews.com)Apr 22, 2016
REDD: April showers bring May flowers
Lufkin. The seventh district includes Coldspring, Crockett, Huntsville, Livingston, Lufkin, Madisonville, Nacogdoches, New Caney, Palestine, The Woodlands, Trinity and Willis.
Just FYI — the morning session of the convention is open to all active duty and military veterans. Come on out and join us from 8:30-11 a.m. and find out more about who we are and what we do and why. Welcome speaker is Brad Maule and guest speaker is Bob Gear with Texas Workforce Solutions. The afternoon session is for members of the American Legion Family only.
Another round of applause to the donors who have helped make another Girls State year possible for three girls from Huntington High School. What a difference being a Girls State or Boys State Citizen makes as these young people prepare for college or prepare their resumes for future employment. The simple mention of being a Girls or Boys State Citizen has had a major impact on many who have gone on to become doctors, lawyers or have chosen some form of government in their career. At this one-week session they learn about government (not politics), how it works and they actually sit in on a session at the Capitol in Austin one day.
Attention all female veterans. Did you know that the American Legion Auxiliary National has a special offer for you? You can join the American Legion Auxiliary with your first year’s dues at no charge. And you are probably eligible for the American Legion, so you can join both for only the dues of the Legion Post your first year.
The American Legion Family 113 in Lufkin is please... (Lufkin Daily News)Feb 3, 2016
ROUNDUP: The Woodlands tops Kingwood in District 16-6A
Mady Kumpula had two 3s for six points. Covenant Christian is 15-7 on the year.
Livingston 33, Caney Creek 30
The Lady Panthers had a couple late opportunities to tie the game but couldn’t get a good shot off. Esme Medniola led Caney Creek with eight points. The Lady Panthers fall to 0-9 in District 18-5A.
The Woodlands 3, Mansfield 2
The Woodlands pulled out a 3-2 win over Mansfield on the second day of the Governor’s Cup in Georgetown Friday.
Sommer Stanley put the Lady Highlanders up 1-0 with a goal off a free kick in the 12th minute.
Grace Piper made it 2-0 with a header and Kate McCullough scored her sixth goal of the season off a corner to make it a 3-1 game.
Mansfield rallied to make it 3-2 in the second half, but The Woodlands held on for the win.
The Lady Highlanders are 1-0-1 for the weekend and will play the reigning state champions Coppell Saturday.
John Tyler 3, Oak Ridge 1
Logan Aucoin tied the game at 1-1 with his goal in the second half before the Lions scored two unanswered goals for the win. The War Eagles continue the Lufkin Showcase Saturday with a 10 a.m. game against Beaumont Westbrook.
(Your Houston News)Feb 3, 2016
Locals make their own winter-to-spring predictions
Ivins, reported, “Punxsutawney Phil's forecast is crazy! I am still hoping for snow. Then again, what do you expect? Phil is a groundhog, after all.
Caney Creek Wine owner Rebecca Gayle said, “I hope he is wrong!!”
Crockett's Terri Brown Meadows said snow is on its way, eventually. “I think he's wrong, because I have asked God for snow, and I'm expecting to see some!”
Former Grapeland resident Jonathan Miles, who now resides in Little Rock, Ark., said, “Punxsutawney Phil for Prez 2016!”
Palestine lawyer and roving photographer Stuart Whitaker said, “I'm with the groundhog; it's an early spring.”
And Dustin Corns of Grapeland predicted, “Winter is just late this year. I don't think we've seen the coldest weather yet. I'm still optimistic we'll get a deep East Texas snow!”
... (Palestine Herald Press)