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May 1, 2020

Where to see bluebonnets and wildflowers in Dallas-Fort Worth while social distancing -

Some DFW parks and natural areas that remain open — like Tandy Hills Hills Natural Area in Fort Worth, Clark Gardens Botanical Park in Weatherford, and Cottonwood Park in Irving — are pretty spots for walks among flowers. But parks attract visitors, and visitors attract groups, and groups are a bad thing. What's blooming whereA family drive out to a field or a bike ride down a country road might just be the only real way to view bluebonnets in the age of social distancing. Proska says besides bluebonnets, we'll see Indian paintbrush, Indian blanket, Evening primrose, Mexican Hat, and Coreopsis blooming now. Photo-worthy patches have sprung up along roads in Mansfield, Azle, and areas around Ennis — even if the official trails are closed. According to posts in the Facebook group Texas Bluebonnets and Wildflowers, Indian Paintbrush (which can be various shades of red, white, orange, yellow, and purple) are abundant in far west Fort Worth, off Interstates 30 and 20, toward Weatherford. Each year, bluebonnets paint the landscape along highways 183, 121, and 114 near DFW Airport. And they dot stretches of I-30 within the Fort Worth and Arlington city limits, too. For those willing to drive a bit out of town, pretty patches and gorgeous fields have been spotted in Plano. One is near the J.C. Penney headquarters on Legacy Drive. Another is along the Bluebonnet Trail Greenbelt, just east of where the trail crosses Custer Road. Frisco's got some pretty ones just outside Zion Cemetery. For those making it a day-long adventure, farther out of the Metroplex, there are patches at the entrance to Mallard Park in Lavon (about 30 miles north of McKinney) and fields of wildflowers off Highway 75 in Denison and Sherman, spotters say. Practical considerationsBefore you head out on a country drive, remember we are living in a world without pit stops at roadside Whataburgers. Plan snacks, drinks, and potential restroom situations accordingly. Also, remember the "groups" rule. If you approach a pretty patch and another family is taking photos, ride on by. Some regular guidelines to keep in mind, too: Don't trespass on private property. Don't pick the flowers. Step gently so you don't squish them, and don't leave anything behind. Also, beware of snakes, fire ants, and other critters that might be hiding among the flowers. Wildflowers from the comfort of your couchCan’t get outside? Enjoy a virtual tour of what’s blooming around the state on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Flickr page, populated with wildflower sightings from state parks and wildlife ...

Apr 22, 2016

Cheers and Jeers

Bo. He carried my groceries to a neighboring parking lot on a chilly, blustery day. Sherry Swenson, Weatherford   Cheers: To my mail carrier in Mansfield — the best. Courteous, quick and correct. Rubber bands when I need them and compliments on my flowers when I don’t expect them. Best crime watch insurance — for free. And they just dropped the price of a stamp! Sheesh. Christopher Dills, Mansfield   Cheers: To Ken and Daniel at Service King Collision Repair on West Loop 820. They brought back the way a customer should be treated. Lynda Dodson, Benbrook   Cheers: To the intensive cardiac rehab team at Texas Health Resources, Fort Worth: Anita, Brenda, Caitlin, Jessie, Megan, Pat and Patty. Your hard work and personal dedication made a tough program enjoyable and positive. Thanks from Rick, Darin and Dave. Cheers also to Dr. Machos and Chef Heitmeier. Dave Stringer, Fort Worth   Cheers: To Linda, Gerald and Bill, AARP Tax-Aide preparers, for their time, dedication, knowledge and patience. We are blessed. Ann and Roland Kelley, Colleyville   Cheers: To the person who paid for my dinner at Catfish & Company in Hurst on April 12. Bettye Ratliff, Hurst   Cheers: To the Arlington police officer who took a fake gun away from a kid, instead of the alternative. Really quick thinking. Brooks Todd, Arlington   Cheers: To the wonderful vets and staff at The Cat’s Meow Veterinary Hospital. I took my beloved 15-year-old cat, Katie, to them. She was so sick but she still started purring. She had to be euthanized but they were so kind! It eased her passing. Sue Davis, Fort Worth   Cheers: To Kimberly Johnson and the workers from Corelogic who saved a baby duck from death in a drain. The duck was saved and money raised to send it to a wildlife center. These wonderful people made up for uncaring security and maintenance staff. Robert Parker, Fort Worth   Cheers: To the recent inductees to the National Junior Honor Society at Cross Timbers Middle School. Jeers to the two fathers in the front row who found their iPhones more important than the ceremony. Great example to set. William Taylor, Colleyville   Cheers: To Tarrant Roofing, e... (Fort Worth Star Telegram)

Apr 22, 2016

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Feb 2, 2016

UIL puts Lufkin in district with Conroe schools, Beaumont West Brook

District 8 in basketball). District 3 - Abilene, Haltom City Haltom, Keller, Keller Central, Keller Fossil Ridge, Keller Timber Creek, Weatherford. District 4 - Arlington, Arlington Bowie, Arlington Houston, Arlington Lamar, Arlington Martin, FW Young Men's Leadership Academy, FW Young Women's Leadership (basketball only), FW Paschal, Mansfield, North Crowley. District 5 - Euless Trinity, Hurst Bell, Lewisville, Lewisville Flower Mound, Lewisville Hebron, Lewisville Marcus, Northwest Nelson, Southlake Carroll. District 6 - Allen, Denton Guyer, McKinney, McKinney Boyd, Plano, Plano East, Plano West, Wylie. District 7 - Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Duncanville, Grand Prairie, Irving, Irving MacArthur, Irving Nimitz, South Grand Prairie. District 8 - Belton, Copperas Cove, Killeen, Killeen Ellison, Killeen Harker Heights, Killeen Shoemaker, Waco Midway. REGION II District 9 - Coppell, Dallas Jesuit, Dallas Skyline, Dallas White, Richardson, Richardson Berkner, Richardson Lake Highlands, Richardson Pearce. District 10 - Garland, Garland Lakeview Centennial, Garland Naaman Forest, Garland Rowlett, Garland Sachse, North Garland, South Garland. District 11 - Longview, Mesquite, Mesquite Horn, North Mesquite, Rockwall, Rockwall-Heath, Tyler, Tyler Lee. District 12 - Beaumont West Brook, Conroe, Conroe Oak Ridge, The Woodlands, The Woodlands College Park, Lufkin, Montgomery. District 13 - Pflugerville, Pflugerville Hendrickson, Round Rock, Round Rock McNeil, Round Rock Stony Point, Round Rock Westwood, Round Rock Cedar Ridge. District 14 - Austin Akins, Austin Anderson, Austin Bowie, Del Valle, Manor, San Marcos. District 15 - Houston Memorial, Houston Northbrook, Houston Spring Woods, Houston Stratford, Klein, Klein Collins, Klein Forest, Klein Oak. District 16 - Houston Aldine, Houston Davis, Houston Eisenhower, Houston MacArthur, Houston Nimitz, Spring, Spring DeKaney, Spring Westfield. REGION III District 17 - Cypress Creek, Cypress Fairbanks, Cypress Falls, Cypress Lakes, Cypress Ranch, Cypress Ridge Cypress Springs, Cypress Woods, Houston Jersey Village, Houston Langham Creek. District 18 - Houston Bellaire, Houston Chavez, Houston Lamar, Houston Math Science & Technology, Houston Reagan, Houston Westbury, Houston Westside. District 19 - Houston Strake Jesuit, Katy, Katy Cinco Ranch, Katy Mayde Creek, Katy Morton Ranch, Katy Seven Lakes, Katy Taylor, Katy Tompkins. District 20 - Fort Bend Austin, Fort Bend Bush, Fort Bend Clements, Fort Bend Dulles, Fort Bend Hightower, Fort Bend Kempner, Fort Bend Ridge Point, Fort Bend Travis. District 21 - Baytown Memorial, Baytow... (Lufkin Daily News)

Jan 8, 2016

Educator brightens city with fireworks

Reggie Cook, a TNT Fireworks manager, is one of the people that play a pivotal role in making that happiness possible. As a seller of fireworks to Weatherford residents, Cook uses the job to augment his earnings from his primary job as a band director at Howard Junior High in Waxahachie Independent School District. As a new year gets closer, Cook expects business to ramp up inside the store. “It’s like selling flowers … it makes them (customers) feel like a kid again,” he said. Recapturing that feeling of childhood is what brings Cook delight. “I enjoy doing fireworks because it reminds them of how things were when they were a child,” he said. Cook said that he sells fireworks for New Years and Independence day, but that the latter is often more lucrative due to the fact that customers tend to be more frugal in the wake of Christmas. Cook runs the store by having volunteers who take in a percentage of the gross sales. “We do about a quarter of what we do on Fourth of July,” he said. “You still have more than enough to be profitable and open,” he added. Although the job is associated with entertainment, Cook said that handling fireworks and making sure the customers handled them correctly was one of the most important parts when it comes to running the store. His safety concerns are well-reasoned, since an average of 230 people go to the emergency room each year because of firew... (Weatherford Democrat)

Jan 8, 2016

The Bachelor, Season 20, Episode 1: Ponies and Flowers and Unicorns

Ben a save the date for THEIR wedding set for the series finale date with the hashtag #tohigginsandtohold. Bold and creepy. 5. Maegan, 30, a Weatherford, Texas cowgirl, was the only girl to walk up to Ben leading her pet mini-horse, Huey, and sharing the reality of her beer soaked life on the trail. 6. Lauren R., 26, a Houston math teacher, spent her entire introduction telling Ben about her advantage because she knows so much about him from stalking his social media profiles while forgetting to give her name. I think he still doesn't know who she was to this day. 7. Breanne, 30, a Seattle nutritional therapist, showed up with a beautiful bread basket and then quickly declared "Gluten is satan." She asked been to smash the perfectly good food with her. I wept.  8. Izzy, 24, a Branford, Conn.graphic designer, exited the limo in footie pajamas with hood. "I had to find out if you were the onesie for me." Blergh.  9. Rachel, 23, an unemployed person from Little Rock, Ark., somehow ginned up enough money to make her entrance on a hoverboard. No need to ask when she found the time to practice. 10. Caila, 23, a software sales rep from Hudson, Ohio, jumped directly into Ben's arms. "Do you mind if I catch up with you inside?" she asked. Kill me now.  The atmosphere in the mansion got catty immediately but turned up to 10 when Becca the Virgin, who made a deep run into The Bachelor's season 19 with Chris Soules, made her entrance with Amber from The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise in tow.  All the girls with common sense collectively passed a brick. If the producers deigned to bring back a fan favorite from the previous season, she's either the likely winner or the next Bachelorette. Either way, the share of roses just decreased for everybody else. Lace, however, took that sound logic and went off the deep end. "I think it's not fair that Becca is here," Lace bemoaned. "We all know that Becca has one up on everyone. We all know that. But, um, I'm not going to let Becca stand in my way." Our resident villainess tried to drink her body weight in champagne and started eavesdropping on Becca and Ben's conversation. Then she torpedoed war veteran Jubilee's one on one time to try and get a better kiss, leaving angrily when Mandi did the same thing she'd just done to someone else.  Needless to say Olivia got the first impression rose. TV people generally just converse a little better than us normals and anchors have to fill dead air all the time.  Of the seven women who went home, only Jessica, 23, an accountant from Boca Raton, and Laura"Red Velvet", 24, an account executive from Louisville, Ky., managed not to embarrass themselves in any way Monday night.  The other five Breanne, Izzy, Lauren R., Maegan and Tiara, the 26-year-old chicken enthusiast from Redmond, Wash. were doomed before they crossed the mansion threshold. Ben Higgins might be a good sport about a lot of things -- but there is nothing particularly cool about him. Hopefully, the producers will be heavy handed this season and keep him from eliminating all the crazy early on. What will we watch if Lace goes home or Olivia bows out? We come for the love, but we stay for the lunacy. ( (blog))


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