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Heavenly Works: Eco-friendly nursery designers give expectant mothers another reason to smile

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Donn Eshell Matthews and Angie Caviness have taken their “God-given” talents to new heights from floor to ceiling. For some mothers-to-be, this eco-friendly designing duo would seem to be sent from heaven with the recent work they have done on baby nurseries.

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After 31 years on the job, Phyllis Monk can do it all; sunny, upbeat Como-Pickton CISD secretary worked her way through the ranks

When it comes to knowing what it takes to make a school district tick, Phyllis Monk is the go-to gal with a boatload of experience. At the end of the spring term, Monk will retire after spending 31 years with Como-Pickton CISD.

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Local salon collecting hair clippings to be used to clean up Gulf Coast oil spill

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Attention local hair salons and dog groomers: your customers’ hair clippings are needed to help absorb oil along the Gulf Coast.

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Downtown work snarling logistics of May 15 Flea Market, but coordinator taking it all in stride

Recent improvements to the downtown square aren’t making Billie Ruth Standbridge’s life any easier right now.

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Slimmest of margins separated best friends Kathryn Elizabeth Mason and Lyndsi Brooke Bible in deciding SSHS valedictorian, salutatorian

Talk about close — that word carried multiple meanings when it came time Thursday to announce the valedictorian and salutatKatirian of the Sulphur Springs High School Class of 2010.

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