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Terrell ArtWalk set Saturday with more art, more food, more entertainment

More than 25 artists and musicians will take to the streets and venues in Terrell from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 2 when Terrell ArtWalk returns.

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Wednesday 04/29/2015
TAEA hosting nationally recognized artist Sedrick Huckaby Saturday
Posted: April 29, 2015

Nationally acclaimed Dallas-Fort Worth Metro area artist Sedrick Huckaby and his work will be featured at the conclusion of Terrell ArtWalk on Saturday in a special reception in the main lobby of American National Bank of Texas, 102 W. Moore Ave.

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Monday 04/27/2015
Terrell Pharmacy: End of an era
Updated: April 27, 2015 - 8:11 pm

Sandy Cowart is going to have more time for golf and activities with his church come Wednesday morning.

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Sunday 04/26/2015
Williams hopes to continue role in TISD progress; Rogers wants to extend volunteer service on TISD board
Updated: April 27, 2015 - 9:42 am

EDITOR'S NOTE: Early voting for the Place 2 Terrell ISD Board of Trustee position begins Monday, April 27, and runs through Tuesday, May 5 for the May 9 election. Only residents living within the boundaries of TISD Board Place 2 are eligible to vote. Comments from the two candidate follow from recent interviews. Incumbent Reginald Williams is being challenged by Russell Rogers.

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Friday 04/17/2015
Weather or not — the Terrell Heritage Jubilee goes on
Updated: April 17, 2015 - 7:35 am

Thursday evening's thunder and lightning storm did not appear to dampen the spirits of literally hundreds of people on the opening night of the 34th Annual Terrell Heritage Jubilee.

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Wednesday 04/15/2015
Former Renaissance Hospital owner gets 135 months in federal prison
Updated: April 15, 2015 - 2:50 pm

The former operator and owner of Renaissance Hospital in Terrell is going to spend 135 months in federal prison for healthcare fraud and identity theft violations.

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Tuesday 04/14/2015
Olympians bring their A game to Terrell
Updated: April 14, 2015 - 1:00 pm

Mark Lefevbre’s face displayed seriousness and respect as he saluted during the singing of the national anthem to kick of the 12th Annual Terrell Special Olympics on Wednesday morning.

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Monday 04/20/2015
Five tips to make your 2015 small business goals happen
Updated: April 20, 2015 - 3:34 am

(BPT) - Spring is in the air and small business owners are excited for all potential growth opportunities this year. In fact, they're feeling more optimistic about the economy than in recent history. Growth opportunities might include developing a new product or service, hiring more people or expanding the business.

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Friday 05/01/2015
Show Mom You Care: Have A Conversation About Long Term Care Insurance
Updated: May 02, 2015 - 3:33 am

(NAPSI)—Mother’s Day is the perfect time to reflect on the relationship you share with your original caretaker: your mother. This year, as you look back at the many years your mother cared for you, consider the possibility that she may require care herself someday. Long term care insurance can help ensure that your mother will get the care she needs, should there come a time when she requires help managing some of the activities we associate with independent living.

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More Health And Wellness
Friday 05/01/2015
The Right Brand Loyalty Programs Can Save You Money
Updated: May 01, 2015 - 3:33 am

(StatePoint) Loyalty programs can help consumers save money, cash in on rewards and feel like a VIP -- so it’s no wonder that the average consumer is currently enrolled in more than 10 loyalty programs.

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Tuesday 04/28/2015
Taking aim at the leading health risk for American Indians
Updated: May 03, 2015 - 3:33 am

(BPT) - While heart disease among most Americans has decreased over the past 50 years, American Indians are almost twice as likely to develop the condition as other Americans, a study supported by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) has found. Heart disease is now the leading cause of death among American Indians.

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