This week marks two decades since the Space Shuttle Columbia tragedy, where seven crew members killed. Twenty years later, we remember Columbia and a famous photo of one of the most devastating events in East Texas history, taken by a doctor from Tyler.
Some of you, like me, may have seen this tip mentioned in other places, but have never tried it. I decided to give it a shot here on the Kitchen Care segment so we'd know once and for all how well ... or not... it works, and if it's as easy as it's claimed to be. Watch with me!
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for several East Texas counties until noon on Wednesday. Sleet and freezing rain are likely in the warned area with ¼ to ½ of an inch of ice possible on elevated surfaces along with bridges/overpasses.
Bass University is an educational program that travels around the country teaching people how to fish for bass. They held a set of events Saturday and Sunday in Athens featuring advice from professional anglers.
Lufkin ISD fourth grade students gathered at the Pitser Garrison Civic Center for STEM Fest on Friday. The festival is an opportunity to introduce the fourth graders to STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) programs through fun activities.
Friday afternoon, Veterans of Foreign Wars honored veterans at the Hamptons Assisted Living facility in Tyler. Today marks fifty years since the signing of the Paris Peace Accords in 1973 -- officially ending the Vietnam War and restoring peace in that country.
Old gardeners know all about saving seeds. As newer gardeners develop their gardens and learn more about which vegetable varieties they prefer while reducing input costs, “seed saving” often becomes a part of their gardening plan.
Filling up meal packets with nutritious food that fights hunger, students lined up at the tables filling the packets with vitamin supplements, a vegetable, a protein, and rice. Each meal packet provides up to six meals.
“If we went back to December 21 really before the avian influenza outbreak, we would have had about 327 million egg laying chickens in the US. You fast-forward a year, and we have 308 million egg laying chickens. And that’s a pretty drastic cut in production,” Anderson said.
With TikTok hosting over a billion active users, it has quickly become one of the most popular social media sites. But, Gov. Greg Abbott’s directive to ban it on government devices has more schools looking at their policies that state whether students are allowed to use the app on campus WiFi.