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Courtesy photo January student Luke Thomas has been selected by the Denison Lions Club as its January “Student of the Month.” Making the presentation is Lion Tom Redwine.
When the late great plantsman Christopher Lloyd wrote a book a generation ago devoted entirely to foliage plants, he made no reference to a perennial named heuchera, or coral bells.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Besides being the season of resolutions and fresh starts, January is the perfect month to revamp a skin care routine. Dry, heated air leads to dull, flaky skin, and the summer glow is long gone. If you’ve been slathering on the same products year after year and are craving a change-up, read on. We asked three North Carolina skin-care experts for their best advice aimed at readers looking to update their routines.
It was raining last week, when this column talked about the importance of soil. If you are a gardener, you were thinking about the importance of water, too. Thank God for the rain! Rainwater does not come with all the salts or alkalinity that much of Grayson County’s water holds. That’s why you should consider harvesting rainwater to use on your garden.
Dear Neil: My Japanese boxwoods seem to have freeze damage. Do you think they will come back?
North Dallas resident Jon Fischer has been named as the February “Photographer of the Month” at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge. Twelve of his Hagerman photographs will be featured throughout the month in a digital exhibit at www.friendsofhagerman.org .
In her 21-year career as a kindergarten teacher in the Callisburg ISD, Kenda Webb Delashaw touched the lives of hundreds of students. Now, a new scholarship at North Central Texas College will ensure that her legacy as a teacher will be carried on for years to come.
The “Up-Cycled Thrift Store Painting Exhibit” is open now through March 5 in the 2nd Floor Gallery at Grayson College in Denison. The gallery is located on the first floor of the college’s Arts and Communications Center and the exhibit is free for the public to attend.
The sights and activities at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge were highlighted at last week’s meeting of the Grayson County Rotary Club. The group meets at 6:50 a.m. every Wednesday at Fulbelli’s Restaurant in downtown Sherman.