Dressed in a red uniform in a Lenexa, Kan., martial arts studio, Helen Dugan puts an opponent 73 years her junior in a choke hold, then throws him to the mat. Moving like a woman half her age, she pounces on top of him, pinning his arms.
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The ancient Celts were a people of the forest. They used a lot of wood in their daily lives, for housing, cookery and art. Sometime around the 5th century B.C., they came up with an ingenious new way with wood; they formed it into barrels, for storing liquids such as water, ale and, eventually, when this craft was bequeathed to the modern age, wine.
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PRINCETON JUNCTION, New Jersey - Rebecca Gauthier and Matt Gudgel, both of Sherman, will wed July 18 at Princeton Junction, New Jersey.
AUSTIN - Rachel McGowen and Aaron Bennett, both of Fort Worth, were wed Feb. 20 at Pecan Springs Ranch in Austin. Officiating was the bride’s brother, Robert McGowen Jr.
BILOXI, Mississippi - Amanda Oates of Gulfport, Mississippi and Grant Gibson of Biloxi, Mississippi will wed July 11 at the Biloxi Visitor’s Center.
A revamped format produced some good results this weekend at the Denison Spring Art Walk — although beautiful weather probably didn’t hurt attendance, either. Regardless, event organizers were all smiles Saturday, as more than 100 visitors wound their way through art booths, noshed on tasty treats and took in live music on a gorgeous spring day.
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This is the last in a series by the Texoma Community Center marking March as Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Month.
He had faced so many medical obstacles, endured so many setbacks and lived with so much pain that he had just about given up.