Dear Annie: I am a teacher in a small town in New England. When I began my job, I thought it was the best job in the world. I spent a lot of time, money and effort to learn the skills to become an effective teacher, and I couldn’t think of a better way to give back to my community.
Dear Annie: My husband and I are planning a big party to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. Sadly, two sisters are all but ruining the event. They are both close friends of mine, but they are feuding with each other. I did not send out online invites but rather traditional paper invitations.
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Dear Annie: One of my cousins lives about two hours away. Her parents are deceased, and she is estranged from her siblings. She has been in the hospital several times for mental health care. I believe she is bipolar but don’t know that for sure. Because she lives alone now, we invite her to …
Winners in the College Division of the 40th annual Central Texas Art Competition and Exhibition, sponsored by Temple South Rotary Club, were announced recently at Temple College. Picture, from left, are Onaisha Franka, Temple College; Briaunna Jackson, Temple College; Alan Horn, representing…
Whether or not you’re ready for the onslaught of Christmas music and holiday shopping, dozens of community celebrations are filling the calendar to make even the Scroogiest spirits feel the festiveness of the season.
United Way of Central Texas will host the seventh annual Chrome and Carols Festival of Trees fundraiser Thursday. The event will begin 6 p.m. at Horny Toad Harley-Davidson in Temple.
Santa’s Workshop opened its doors for the holiday season Nov. 21 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The nonprofit organization provides gifts for active, Guard and Reserve service members and their families on Fort Hood.
Experience the magic of Christmas in the Village of Salado during the 59th annual Salado Christmas Stroll held the first two weekends in December and presented by the Salado Chamber of Commerce.
Dear Annie: My wife and I and four friends went out to dinner at a new restaurant. They had a ladies’ room and a men’s room visible from where we sat. After the meal, I needed to go. The men’s room was locked (it was a single-stall situation). I walked around for a bit and came back after ne…