SEATTLE — Feisty female seeks male with whom to build a home and have offspring. Interested? Please make yourself available to be trapped. Literally trapped.
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PITTSBURGH — As a baby, Kim Nyalka’s now 7-year-old daughter would twist her fingers through her mother’s hair as she fell asleep, and playing with her mother’s hair is still a treasured habit.
There’s been a ton of news recently about how awesome coffee can be for many aspects of your health — heart disease, longevity, depression, Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s. The scientific data has been so strong that the nation’s top nutrition panel recommended earlier this year that people might even want to consider drinking a bit more.
Dick Bass, a poetry-spouting Texas oilman who was the first climber to scale the highest peak on each of the seven continents and for a time was the oldest to top Mount Everest, has died. He was 85.
WASHINGTON — They make up the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population, yet Hispanics are increasingly locked out of home ownership because of tighter lending standards that rely on outdated measures of creditworthiness.
Courtesy photo District winner The home of Myra McCormic, 1514 LaSalle Drive, has been selected by Keep Sherman Beautiful as its District 2 “Yard of the Week.”
The tinkle of toasting wineglasses, rattle of plates and utensils and the pleasant hum of a dozen different conversations make Alan Isley smile. In moments, he’ll be adding his musical sounds to the inviting mix inside Devolli’s Italian Restaurant on Denison’s Main Street just like he’s done four nights a week for the last 11 years.
Keep the sandbags handy. Previous flood assessments have underestimated the actual risk of dangerous floods in many parts of the country, according to a new study. By looking back at the historical weather records, researchers have found an important synergy between two flood risk factors in coastal zones that has often gone overlooked.
Ever fantasize of being able to see the benefits of exercise without having to, you know, work out?
In a few short weeks, Austin College graduate student Kellie Day will start her first job out of college as a teacher at Terrell Elementary School in Denison. And for the past 10 days, Day and seven other AC teaching students have gotten a preview of what they’re in for.