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It might’ve been a teacher, a coach, even your BFF or it could also be a random stranger in line at the H-E-B. Sometimes there are just those beautiful moments in which God places the right person with the right words in your path. They toss a casual phrase that helps you pivot, see things i…

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There is a reason a flight attendant tells you in case of an emergency to put your oxygen mask on first. See it as a metaphor for self-care. You are of greatest service to yourself and others when you are rested, nourished, grounded, peaceful and connected with yourself.

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“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.”

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WILCO – Bluebonnet Trails has made itself available to the community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Bluebonnet Trails Community Services is a non-profit organization offering mental health and primary care services to Central Texas counties, particularly underserved rural communities.

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Parents and guardians were reminded before the next school year to get their children vaccinated against non-pandemic viruses.

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More than 5,300 Baylor University students have been named to the Dean's Academic Honor List for the spring 2020 semester, including local students. Students honored on the Dean's List are Baylor undergraduates with a minimum semester grade-point average of 3.7 with no grade lower than a "C"…

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There is a reason a flight attendant tells you in case of an emergency to put your oxygen mask on first. See it as a metaphor for self-care. You are of greatest service to yourself and others when you are rested, nourished, grounded, peaceful and connected with yourself.

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Taylor Public Library has a little more than a week left in its weekly offering of take-home crafts. Every Monday morning from June 15 to July 27, the library has been leaving to-go crafts on a craft table outside the building on the porch. This past week, children were able to make rainbow …

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Although the building is closed, the Taylor Public Library isn’t shutting all of their books inside. A free book cart is available outside on the front porch. On July 8, juvenile fiction was added to the lineup.

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The Art Off Center, a ceramics teaching center in Taylor, is suspending classes temporarily in response to rising cases of COVID-19.

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Bridgit Reichel has been named the new principal of Nadine Johnson Elementary School. She replaces Lindsie Almquist, who is the district's new director of human capital.

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COLLEGE STATION – Sarah Bohac, 22, of Taylor, graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences and a minor in Psychology from Texas A&M University. While all Spring 2020 commencement ceremonies in College Station, were postponed indefinitely due to the C…

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Students from many local school districts are eligible to participate in a contest in which they can draw wildlife.

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Local children had a recent chance to listen about the importance of reading through song.

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I’m so glad that social media wasn’t in existence in the 80s — that's when I did my dumbest things. I’m grateful that there's no lasting record of the ridiculous decisions I made and the ghastly hairstyles I’ve sported.

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WILCO – Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties (OWBC) community services program is offering three types of assistance for community members in need. Most notably is the COVID-19 Emergency Assistance, developed to assist those who have been impacted by COVID-19.

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I try not to curse, it’s unbecoming. However, there are moments – those pristine, crystal clear instances – in which only a proper expletive will do. For that reason, I've chosen a new expression to help in the quest to become a kinder, gentler society and erase the hate speech.

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Maddie Ford, a 17-year-old high school junior earned her Girl Scout Gold Award this year. As a member of the local Texas Skies Girl Scout service unit since kindergarten, Ford wrote articles to help students successfully navigate a foreign exchange experience in Japan.

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HUTTO – Hutto ISD is proud to announce Drew McConnaughhay as the principal of River Horse Academy for the upcoming 2020-21 school year. He replaces Dr. LaKesha Whitfield, who will be the district's first principal of the new Ninth Grade Center, scheduled to open the fall of 2021.

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Coupland ISD school board trustees held a groundbreaking recently for new construction and renovation designed to expand the school and enhance security. Board members include David Young, Phil Viktora, Michael Roepke, Rachel Roepke, Crystal Ward and Misty Garwood. Shown, at center, is Board…

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 When you hear the word Chiropractor what is the first thing that comes to mind? Is it back pain, spines or maybe, even headaches? Well these may be true but there is so much more to Chiropractic care that you may have never realized.

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