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Get Your Yard Ready for Outdoor Fun - Brenham Banner-Press
(Family Features) From impromptu dinners with pals to celebrating special events with family, warm weather adventures await in your own backyard. Before you invite the gang over to enjoy cocktails or a cookout, make sure your outdoor spaces give the right ...
Budget-Friendly Summer Travel Tips - Brenham Banner-Press
(StatePoint) Americans collectively neglect 430 million vacation days annually, according to the 2014 Oxford Economics analysis. Whatever your reasons for sacrificing vacation, don’t let it be finances. “An enjoyable vacation is possible on even the ...
Mother’s Day Kitchen Traditions - Brenham Banner-Press
(Family Features) There’s no better place than the kitchen to honor your special bond with a woman who has taught you all you know about cooking and baking. Whether she’s your mom, or a woman who has been like a mom in your life, Mother’s Day is the ...
Fresh Way to Fiesta - Brenham Banner-Press
(Family Features) Cinco de Mayo is the perfect opportunity to indulge in Mexican-inspired dishes, dips and drinks. This year, put a tangy twist on your festive favorites with a refreshing new flavor. Watermelon is a versatile fruit with a flavor profile ...
Protein-Packed Meals and Snacks - Brenham Banner-Press
(Family Features) Protein is an incredibly important part of our diets. Not only is it associated with muscle and tissue health, research finds that protein plays an important role in energy levels, weight management and satiety (feeling full). In fact, a ...
Get your family moving with this easy breakfast recipe - Brenham Banner-Press
(BPT) - Most Americans recognize that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet millions often skip their morning meal. In fact, research shows that millions of Americans pass on eating breakfast each morning. Is your family among that group?
Smart Saving Strategies for Small Business - Brenham Banner-Press
(Family Features) Although small businesses comprise a huge majority of the U.S. economy, their owners often find themselves at a disadvantage when it comes to operating costs. Small businesses overpay for everything from wireless service to healthcare to ...
Alzheimer’s Disease Study Seeks African American Volunteers - Brenham Banner-Press
(Family Features) More than 5 million Americans are currently suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and scientists expect this number to triple by 2050. Experts say that African Americans are two to three times more likely than white Americans to develop ...
Grooms: Tips to Survive the Big Day - Brenham Banner-Press
(StatePoint) There’s an endless stream of advice out there for brides-to-be -- from insights into gown trends to leads on finding the best photographer. But grooms, who are more involved than ever these days in the wedding planning process, may have ...
What’s your storage style? - Brenham Banner-Press
(Family Features) Storage has style? Really? Of course it does. And when it comes to tackling storage projects, don’t skimp on creating the style that best suits your personality. “Creative, attractive and functional storage can give any home a ...
June 6 wedding planned - Brenham Banner-Press
The late Mr. and Mrs. Clyde and Patricia Monroe of Arcadia, La., announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their son, Keith Monroe, to Dietrich Curry, daughter of Doris Curry of Brenham and the late Arthur Curry Jr. The bride to be is currently ...
Burton schools joining in 'One Book' program - Brenham Banner-Press
Students in the Burton school district will join tens of thousands of others and their families in a statewide celebration of literacy Monday. At 9 a.m., students will begin a statewide celebration of literacy by reading the same book at the same time, led ...
Burton board to consider renovation bids - Brenham Banner-Press
BURTON — School trustees here will hold a special meeting to consider bids for renovation of the old high school building. The board will meet at 6:30 p.m. in the administration building, 701 N. Railroad St.
Hearing on racetrack lawsuit rescheduled - Brenham Banner-Press
The lawsuit filed by a number of Chappell Hill residents against Club Track Holdings and CEO Charles Von Schmidt to prevent the building of a racetrack in the area is scheduled for a hearing May 27. The hearing will take place at the 21st Judicial District ...
Cypress supports Blue Bell - Brenham Banner-Press
As a support for Blue Bell Ice Cream, I ran down to Gallery Furniture this morning, and picked up a sign for my front yard. I ended up buying a mattress on the spot, not intended, but needed. I shook hands with Mack, too, who gave me a nice little discount ...