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Beyond Trick-or-Treating: Fun Family Activities for Halloween Season

(StatePoint) Trick-or-treating may be the standard Halloween tradition for most American families, but the holiday has branched out extensively over the last decade. Today, Americans spend over one billion dollars visiting Halloween-themed attractions. Where are they going, and what are the best activities for your family? The experts at Hauntworld.com are offering some spooky answers […]

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Get Free Comic Books During Halloween ComicFest

Comic and pop-culture fans are encouraged to visit their local comic shop on Saturday, October 31st for free comics and participate in Halloween activities, shopping and fun! (BALTIMORE, MD)  In 4 days, participating comic shops across the US, Canada and internationally will hand out more than 1.75 million  free comics to anyone who comes into their […]

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LFHS Students, Community Celebrate Fields of Faith Service

More than 100 students and community members gathered at Leo Aguilar Memorial Stadium for the Ninth Annual Fields of Faith service on Wednesday evening, October 14th. The Los Fresnos High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes sponsored the event, which has drawn people from all religious denominations to the service.The LFHS Huddle group was joined by […]

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Friends of the Libary Posthumously Honor Beloved Librarian

Santos F. Solis was honored posthumously for her years of dedication and service to the Ethel L. Whipple Memorial Library. The Friends of the Ethel L. Whipple Memorial Library held a ceremony to dedicate the Children’s Room to Santos F. Solis. Mrs. Solis was employed at the library as a clerk for over 25 years. […]

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Seeking Fresh Perspectives to Shape the Future of Food

(StatePoint) No matter if you live in a suburban, urban or rural area, new farming innovations are putting food on your plate, clothes on your back and fuel in your tanks. And whether or not you’re a foodie, a gardener or a large scale grower, you’re benefiting from visionary leaders across the country who are […]

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Boy Scout Troop 61 and the City of Los Fresnos Hold 9/11 Memorial Vigil

On Thursday, September 10, 2015 at 7:30 PM Area youth groups such as Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Civil Air Patrol, and Junior ROTC participated in a memorial vigil at the Los Fresnos Memorial Park located on FM 1847 across from Los Fresnos High School.  The vigil was led by Scout Master, Terence Schraut. […]

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How to Turn Your Innovative Ideas into a Reality

(StatePoint) Have you ever had an innovative idea but was not sure where to turn with it? In a competitive, at-times undemocratic marketplace, brilliant ideas go unheard all the time. And for groups historically underrepresented in the professional world, this can prove even more challenging. Without the resources or connections to turn dreams into a […]

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Mental Tricks to Help Raise Grades

(StatePoint) Maintaining strong grades in every subject can be tough on even the brightest of the bunch. This is especially true these days, as students routinely are taking on more extracurricular activities and part-time jobs while enrolled in school. Students looking to grasp complicated class material — and still have time left at the end […]

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Back-to-School Tips to Keep Kids Healthy and Safe

(StatePoint) Back-to-school prep means more than a trip to the office supply store. Help kids stay strong, healthy and safe this school year by putting wellness front and center. “Thinking about back-to-school now can help parents keep kids on track for a healthy summer and start to school,” says Dr. Sandra Hassink, MD, FAAP, President […]

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Back-to-Campus Time and Money Saving Tips

(StatePoint) Moving to campus can be a fun and exciting time for any student, but it can also be costly. There are several ways to save on all the things your student will need to make his or her dorm a home away from home. To get on the right track for a successful year […]

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