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The Dickey Museum and Multipurpose Center project has hit phase III and almost ready for the final phase of construction.

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The nurse's office at Pasemann Elementary School in Taylor has a cheerful new look, thanks to the artistic talents of students in three classes. Pictured, students in Silvia Delancy’s first grade class at Pasemann Elementary present a painted ceiling tile to school nurse Stephanie Griffith. …

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Aggies and Longhorns work very well together at Pasemann Elementary School in Taylor. Every Wednesday is College Shirt Day at Taylor ISD. Last week, staff members got together for a fun photo in celebration of their favorite schools. From left are Texas A&M alumni Michelle Vasquez, Vanes…

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Taylor ISD Support Operations is working every day trying to provide the cleanest and safest environment possible for all staff and students. They are shown above disinfecting the Taylor High School field house.

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Third grade teacher Sara Swanson (left) and counselor Misty Hagerman deliver Calm Down Buckets to every classroom at Naomi Pasemann Elementary School. Because of a grant from the Taylor Educational Enrichment (TEE) Foundation, each bucket contains a variety of items designed to help students…

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Downtown Social, a new smoothie and juice bar in town, treated T.H. Johnson Elementary School teachers to a sampling of their tasty fruit beverages last week.

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Texas has four geographical regions, which are the High Plains, Central Plains, Gulf Coastal Plains, and Mountain and Basins. This past week, fourth graders at Thrall Elementary School put their knowledge about the Texas regions literally on display. Pictured are a handful of projects. For m…

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City of Taylor staff is seeking public input on the town’s Drainage Master Plan that will identify projects to more effectively address drainage improvements.

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Louis B. Wells, American Legion Post 183 will be having its monthly breakfast to go at its Post in Bartlett on Saturday, Oct. 17, from 8 a.m. until 10:30 a.m.

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The First United Methodist Church Mother’s Day Out (MDO) Program of Taylor reopened their classroom doors to happy faces Sept. 1. After the preschool closed for six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students and teachers were reportedly eager to return to the classroom. Children ages 9 mo…

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Second graders in Ms. Hobb’s class and Ms. George’s class at Pasemann Elementary School in Taylor recently enjoyed a fun lesson about solids, liquids and gasses. They made root beer floats and identified the three states of matter as they enjoyed the tasty treats.

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As Granger ISD celebrates its homecoming this week, district personnel realized 20 current staff members are alumni who graduated from GISD. Pictured are, front, Dottie (Gayton) Reyna, Jennifer (Cervenka) Fudge and Jennifer Lane; second row, Tiffany (Kerlin) Michalik, Marlena (Sifuentes) Sus…

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Sarah Martin's health science class at Taylor High School might be full of future doctors, nurses, physical therapists, forensic pathologists and sports medicine specialists. Recently. each student decorated a paper scrub top with the college they want to attend, their future profession and …

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First United Methodist Church in Taylor has its annual pumpkin patch this month.

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Students at Thrall Elementary School continue to have fun while taking measures to be safe in the midst of the world pandemic. Little masked Tigers and Tigerettes play at their school’s outdoor playground Oct. 6.

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Live theater is making a comeback. The landscape looks completely different. With an outdoor set, socially distant groups of masked audience members and cheerful party lights across the parking lot, we’re actually making live theatre happen in the middle of a pandemic.

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“You are totally replaceable at work. You are not replaceable at home. Keep that perspective. Always.”

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Students in Dianoly Cancel’s third grade reading class at Pasemann Elementary School in Taylor celebrated a great week of in-person learning with a glow party. They wore glow hats and glasses while enjoying reading under their desks at a social distance and finding text features in their reading.

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Children are known to have fun with toy balls at toddler age to sports balls when they’re older, but the playthings can educate as well.

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Seighan Jones (left) and Kianna Gaines have been named the 2020-21 drum majors to lead the Taylor High School Band and color guard. For halftime at Friday night football games this fall, their show is entitled, “Rhapsody in Pink.”

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Taylor High School librarian Lynn Butler has implemented COVID-19 safety procedures so that books continue to be checked out and the library is being used. Procedures include contactless checkout and socially distanced tables. Returned books are placed in quarantine for 96 hours before retur…

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Sometimes I like to have command performances for my dogs. What I mean is that I rarely leave home without having forgotten something. I find myself walking back into the house to retrieve said item and singing out to my dogs, “Hello, I’m back again, did you miss me?”

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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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