Jan

20

Posted by : Press release | On : January 20, 2012

By Emily Lundy
Special to The News
When it gets colder, the less I want to leave my nest. Some say we’ll see snow and sleet before spring.

A few are saying taking cinnamon tablets daily is lowering or eliminating their diabetes. Cranberry tablets are out in pill form to fight urinary infections.
Other better-health wannabes are not buying anything with added chemicals or additives of any kind.

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Jan

13

Posted by : Staff Reports | On : January 13, 2012

By Emily Lundy
Special to The News
A popular topic again is the weather. We awake and wonder what the outside will reveal. Rain is the favorite!

There’s a coughing virus going around our community. Hoarseness, even nausea, can accompany this malady. Remember Vick’s Salve? Get it out for use – some say coat the feet on it and sleep with socks. One friend spent Christmas Day in his bed, too ill to eat or think about gifts.

News has come that Roberta Staples died in early December in a nursing home. Once

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Jan

06

Posted by : Erik Walsh | On : January 6, 2012

From Staff Reports

January 2012 is School Board Recognition Month, a time when districts across the state show their appreciation for the pivotal role elected boards play in their local communities.

“Our school board members devote thousands of hours of their time to the success of the students of MISD. They all make many personal sacrifices tending to school board business. The members of this school

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Jan

06

Posted by : Staff Reports | On : January 6, 2012

By Emily Lundy
Special to The News
Here we go – another year!

Some are still coughing after having viruses or infections in the breathing department. Of course, we still need rain, but I’ve seen water standing as we call it in fields and ditches, a rare sight.

Was your New Year Eve’s celebration wild or mild. We usually hit in between. At

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Dec

19

Posted by : Staff Reports | On : December 19, 2011

By Emily Lundy

Friends, neighbors, work groups, churches, organizations, schools – everyone it seems is getting together for parties of food and good will. Trinidad ISD will have had its Christmas program Thursday, Dec. 14, with a meal served before

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Dec

09

Posted by : Staff Reports | On : December 9, 2011

By Emily Lundy

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.” The weather played havoc with residents’ Christmas decorations in yards during Sunday night’s rain, but we’ll rebuild.
In our situation, once we had the funds to decorate and not spend on young children, we were too old to get the job done. My tree becomes smaller each year. I don’t like packing items up afterward by myself regardless of promises of help.

Malakoff and Trinidad have lost a dear lady, Betty Jean Williams Matthews Inman, 84, who was in CCNursing and

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Dec

02

Posted by : Erik Walsh | On : December 2, 2011

By Emily Lundy

Thanksgiving has come and gone, Black Friday went off as expected, and we are into the Christmas Season of 2011. I don’t know where to start – cards, gifts, decor, cookie making, or baskets of surprises.

As I’m an adult with the syndrome that fights order and organization, I’ll most likely do a little each day.

The Trinidad Methodist Church wants to invite everyone

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Nov

23

Posted by : Staff Reports | On : November 23, 2011

By Emily Lundy
Special to The news
Counting blessings can be an eye-opener. Some of mine are making an appearance now, before Thursday arrives. A grandson, 12, will be out of his school for the week and has come on a Sunday night to visit Gramp and Grump and to try out my apnea machine for CPAP (and I thought this machine would scare them). Some have asked to play with the breath reliever before.

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Nov

17

Posted by : Staff Reports | On : November 17, 2011

By Emily Lundy

When we relocated from West Texas (Big Spring, Coahoma) closer to our East Texas roots, excitement abounded about the filling of the new lake, Cedar Creek. It was the summer of 1971, and we bought a lake lot in Dixie Isle with 120 feet on the water but, of course, the water was one-half mile from our property. Talk of water sheds, the topography of the land, the nearness of Cedar Creek and the Trinity River had all been thought

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Nov

11

Posted by : Staff Reports | On : November 11, 2011

By Emily Lundy
Special to The News
Our area was filled with outside sales over the weekend. I counted at least four. Two were on the highway, one, at least in a church, another up Highway 274. I hope all were profitable.

We’re positive rain will fall any day and let some fall plants grow. I read once a country

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