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Oct 26, 2018

Mum dreams: Chico florist paying 'mum-ories' forward

She will be busy in the weeks ahead. It’s officially mum season as Wise County schools celebrate their annual homecomings. Decatur, Boyd and Paradise celebrated last week. This week is homecoming in Bridgeport. Next week, Alvord and Northwest are up. Chico’s homecoming is set for Oct. 26 and Burgess, the owner of Chico Florist and Gift Shop, is readying to once again pay forward the memory she holds so dear to the lives of others. Burgess has spent the past 25 years making mums in Chico. Her passion for flowers and arrangements has touched the lives of students for years, with mums hanging on walls and immortalized in photos and memories. “It’s special,” she said. “I’ve seen generations.” Burgess said the mum game has changed over the years. When she was growing up, it was all about the fresh flowers. Now, it’s about silk, ribbons and trinkets. Currently, she’s building mums with fiber optics and lights. Some prefer teddy bears, others rock Dragons on their mums and garters. Burgess routinely goes to seminars to learn about the latest trends. Just like the football game that accompanies them, mums are a big deal in Texas. “I have people that come from other states and ask, ‘what is this mum stuff?'” she said. “It’s a southern thing, a Texas thing I guess.” Mum culture is real, and it varies by region in Texas and Wise County. Burgess said in Chico, students prefer their mums short and sweet. In Bridgeport and Decatur, the style is long and robust. “It really changes by the city,” she said. “In Bridgeport and Decatur, they hit the ground.” Burgess was a teacher at Chico High School for 41 years and taught floral arrangements. “I’ve always picked wildflowers since I was a little girl,” she said. “And I always dreamed of becoming a florist one day.” When the florist in Chico at the time was selling her business, Burgess ...

Jul 6, 2018

This year's Ojai Valley Lavender Festival celebrates survival as well as purple blooms

Claudia Boyd-Barrett Special to Ventura County Star Published 12:22 p.m. UTC Jun 27, 2018 The purple blooms bursting from the plants at Ojai Lavender Farms in Upper O...

Apr 13, 2017

Cedar Hills residents get their hands dirty at day of service

Day of Service.“We felt that is the entrance to Cedar Hills,” Beautification Committee chair Boyd Wilkins said. “We wanted to have more of an inviting look as people enter the city with more landscaping, more flowers and more of an attractive look.”While Saturday’s efforts focused more on preparing the area for planting and beautifying, there will be a second opportunity for people to get involved in the project.From 10 a.m. to noon on April 22, residents can meet at Heritage Park to help with planting trees, shrubs and flowers. #video-ad-asset-container, #video-ad-asset-container-played { max-height: 0px; overflow: hidden; -webkit-transition: max-height 1.5s; -moz-transition: max-height 1.5s; transition: max-height 1.5s;} #video-ad-asset-container.expand { max-height: 1500px; } #video-ad-asset-container .video-responsive-ad { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; padding-top: 30px; height: 0; overflow: hidden; margin-bottom: 20px; } Wilkins said he’s noticed a definite interest in beautifying the community and has heard positive feedback from many people.“They say, ‘Gosh, that will be great and a nice addition,’” he said. “There’s definitely a supportive view when you talk with people one on one.”For past days of service, Wilkins said they ... (Daily Herald)

Feb 9, 2017

Where to find deals on Valentine's Day gifts

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Feb 3, 2017

Old friends propose new take on Rockport neighborhood: Workforce housing, gardens, and lots of children

Route 1, and all are serviced, or can be serviced, by public water and sewer. Allen and White purchased the 3.6-acre lot, assessed at $111,960, from Boyd Building Co. in September. It is primarily wooded. Next door is a 1.4-acre lot, with a parking lot on it, and is assessed at $85,000. The Smiths purchased that, as well as the adjacent lot on which the old Hoboken schoolhouse sits, and which Hoboken Gardens used for retail and office space. (The Hoboken Gardens business has since relocated to Flowers by Hoboken, at 15 Tillson Ave., in Rockland) That property is is 4.4 acres in size, and is assessed at $513,100. The ideas “Rockport has become a retirement community,” said Taylor.  Not only a demographically older town, the population is shrinking. According to the Maine Office of Policy and Management, in 2004, the population was 3,594. Ten years later, in 2014, it was 3,370. The state is projecting Rockport’s population will hover around 3,400 by 2034. According to the Maine State Housing Authority, the 2015 median home price in Rockport was $266,250. And, according to the housing authority, the median income required to afford that median priced home in Rockport was $73,128, or $35.16 per hour. But the median income in Rockport that year was $59,258.   Using the state’s index, Rockport was determined to be “generally unaffordable,” meaning the “household earning area median income could not cover the payment on a median priced home (30 year mortgage, taxes and insurance) using no more than 28 percent of gross income.” Not only has Rockport’s housing stock gotten pricier, like that of Camden, St. George and South Thomaston — all waterfront towns — more of the properties have been acquired by out-of-state residents as second homes. “Last night I left work, and noticed that the entire west side of the harbor was dark,” said Allen. He is convinced that Rockport can change direction. “We need to keep young people here,” he said.  Rockport’s progression from a smoky, industrial town to a coastal community with expensive waterfront homes evolved over a century. The harbor, where four-masted ships were once under construction, is far more demure, but properties are expensive. Allen wants to see a livelier town, with a diverse population, and plenty of children. His family has owned Rockport Marine since the 1960s and he has a civic interest in supporting a healthy community. “That’s the only reason we are in it,” he said. On that 3.6-acre Hoboken lot, he and White also want to establish a daycare center, which “is a critical need in this area,” said Allen. There are plenty of opportunities in the area for children age three, four and five, said White. The gap is infant care, she said. Unlike when she was raising her babies, in the 1980s and early 1990s, there were plenty of babysitters. Not anymore, she said. And, mothers and fathers are often commuting long distances to work — her own daughter-in-law drives to Orono daily, and she is fortunate enough to have grandparents in the area to help watch the babies. What does the Select Board think? Allen and White wrote to the Rockport Select Board, in a letter dated Jan. 16: “... (

Dec 2, 2016

Defensive back Jericho Flowers now catching passes for UNLV ...

Saturday when junior Devonte Boyd broke his left arm in a 69-66 triple-overtime win over Wyoming. “You just make do with what you have and push the guys that are out there. I have total confidence in those guys,” UNLV receivers coach Cedric Cormier said. “Our motto in our room is, ‘There’s no pause button on the season.’ That’s what we live by. We’ve got to keep going. “The guys we play on Friday and Saturday, they’re not going to feel sorry for us. So the next man up has got to step up and make a play.” Flowers has made some big plays for the Rebels, starting with a crucial third-down catch on a late tying touchdown drive in UNLV’s 41-38 win at Hawaii in his Oct. 15 collegiate debut at wideout. He scored his first two collegiate touchdowns against Wyoming, putting the Rebels ahead early with a 34-yard run and tying the game in the first overtime with a 22-yard touchdown catch. “He was huge. He stepped up and made some plays,” Cormier said. “I wouldn’t say he’s the greatest receiver, but he’s a hell of a playmaker.” Flowers ran track and played cornerback and receiver at Los Angeles’ Hamilton High School, where he caught passes from Armani Rogers, UNLV’s highly touted freshman quarterback who is Flowers’ best friend. “He’s just a great athlete,” Rebels ... (Las Vegas Review-Journal)