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Tips for Recognizing Dating Violence

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A 16-year-old girl is head over heels with her new boyfriend. He’s charming and handsome, her ideal guy. But he’s been acting jealous lately when she talks with other friends, and he has even lost his temper over seemingly small things.... Read full article

Birthday Party Ice Cream Pie

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Between July being our birthday month and the month that hosts National Ice Cream Day, this ice cream pie is the best way to celebrate both occasions. Make this easy-to-make sweet treat for your next party.... Read full article

Building a Legacy of Love One Hug at a Time

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Avery Vasta is a preschooler at Central Primary in Gonzales. When she hears music, she has to stop and dance, and she’s free with hugs and kindness, making her a favorite at school and everywhere she goes. She loves Moana and Elena of Avalor. Avery, ... Read full article

Flower Pens

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Crawfish Étouffée

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This delicious dish will warm you up from the inside out. For a quick and easy meal that will last, and one that your kiddos will love, whip up this tasty Crawfish Étouffée that you won’t need a roux to make.... Read full article



Paper Beads

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All-Star Fruit & Peanut Butter Treats

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These delicious treats are made with marshmallows, blueberries, and raspberries, oh my! They’re easy to make, and you can serve them at your Fourth of July party to stay on theme with the red, white, and blue.... Read full article

A Salute to Mothers

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To all the mothers who fixed a home cooked meal only to be criticized by the tiniest food critics ever… To all the mothers who spend more time at the ball field than sleeping… To all the mothers who support other mothers…... Read full article

Chicken Parmesan Muffins

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A Different Kind of Strength

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Brady Larson was two and a half when his parents, Sherry Carpenter Larson and Eric Larson, received the devastating news that he has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The genetic disorder is characterized by progressive muscle degeneration and weakness. B... Read full article

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