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City of Reno egg hunt April 19

| April 17, 2014

Reno will host its annual Easter egg hunt Saturday, Apr. 19 at 1030 Quail Run at the Quail Run Stables.
Kids will be released in waves: 0-3 years old, 1 p.m.; 4-5 years old, 1:30 p.m.; 6-8 years old, 2 p.m.; and 9-13 years old, 2:30 p.m. All should bring their own basket.
A bounce house and treats are also planned; donations are being accepted.… Read the rest

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SHS juniors named Optimists of the Month

| April 17, 2014
SHS juniors named Optimists of the Month

by Mark K. Campbell
Two Springtown High School eleventh graders were selected as the Springtown Optimist Club’s monthly top students.
Kaylon Cremeen was chosen as the Texanne of the Month for April while Bryson Wheatley was the Texan of the Month.
Cremeen, 16, is the daughter of Kim Cremeen.… Read the rest

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Epigraph earns contest honors

| April 17, 2014

At the annual competition conducted by members of the North and East Texas Press Association, the Epigraph came away with several honors.
Editor Mark K. Campbell took first place in News Photos for a pair of pictures – one a balloon release at an elementary school and another of an icy December road.
Reporter Natalie Gentry claimed the other first place plaque for the Epigraph.… Read the rest

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On your mark, get set, Goshen!

| April 17, 2014
On your mark, get set, Goshen!

Scores ran in the Porcupine Promenade

The 4th Annual Porcupine Promenade was the biggest and best yet, according to Race Coordinator Eddie Wilkerson.
“This year, we’ve been blessed with more runners, more sponsors and more vendors than in any of the three previous races.”… Read the rest

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Weekend vittles

| April 17, 2014

Snack Pack program needs help providing food to students

A year ago the First United Methodist church began a Snack Pack Ministry to help provide snacks and food items to needy children each weekend.
These children are fed through the National School Lunch program during school days, but they have limited supplies of food during the weekend.
The Snack Pack Ministry program began during the 2012-2013 school year and served approximately 30 students attending Springtown … Read the rest

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Clay shoot competitors aim for fun

| April 17, 2014
Clay shoot competitors aim for fun

By Natalie Gentry
The Springtown Chamber’s 3rd Annual Clay Shoot was a great success according to Springtown Chamber of Commerce Director, Amy Walker.
The competition drew 120 shooters from around the area.
This number is up substantially from last year’s 80 shooters.
The contest was held at Fossil Pointe Sporting Grounds on April 3.
The day started out overcast, but after breakfast burritos were served, the shooters were able to get in 9 courses before … Read the rest

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Let’s hear it for the volunteers

| April 17, 2014
Let’s hear it for the volunteers

Neighbor to Neighbors recognizes its own at annual dinner

by Natalie Gentry
Neighbor to Neighbors (N2N) Food Pantry of Springtown lauded a few of the volunteers who have put in numerous hours of service the past year at their annual Volunteer Appreciation dinner.… Read the rest

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Waldrop a top scholar-athlete

| April 17, 2014
Waldrop a top scholar-athlete

Honored by Dallas Gridiron Club

 

 

by Mark K. Campbell
Porcupine Kolyn Waldrop took time off from being the District 6-3A discus champion to pick up a prestigious honor.… Read the rest

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Pearson is RRC seismologist

| April 17, 2014

Seismologist, former Texas ranch manager, strong advocate for protecting and conserving Texas groundwater and surface water.
Those are just a few words that describe Dr. David Craig Pearson, who was hired March 28 by the Railroad Commission of Texas to be its staff seismologist.
Hired in direct response to the infamous “30 earthquakes in 60 days” that occurred mostly in November and December 2013 in and around the Azle area, Pearson is also a former … Read the rest

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Who let the dog out?

| April 17, 2014
Who let the dog out?

Children’s author and his canine companions visit SES

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