Creamy, cheesy, and dee-lish! This potluck favorite won’t last long on the serving line at the church potluck. Make it for your next family gathering and your relatives will love you for it.Continue Reading →
This potluck special ensures an empty dish at the end of the evening.Continue Reading →
Cake for a sandwich. Now there’s a plan.Continue Reading →
Heart-shaped sugar cookies a treat to eat, and to make! Try this simple recipe.Continue Reading →
The year was 1956. Bootlegging was the number one crime in Grayson County and a way of life in Sherman and Denison. Thirsty drinkers were willing pay for their liquor, and a bootlegger could double his money hauling hooch up US 75, the two-lane ribbon of concrete that connected Sherman to Dallas.Continue Reading →
Martha Hovers has been operating Arfhouse in Sadler for twenty years, ever since she transformed her grandfather’s farm into a “no-kill” animal shelter. “No-kill” means just that. No dogs are ever put down at the shelter. At last count, the facility has 314 dogs that patrol the property and greet newcomers to the gate with an array of barks, howls and wagging tails.Continue Reading →
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By Dan Acree
Wolfman Jack was the star attraction on XERF. The “howlin’, prowlin’” Wolfman was as mysterious as he was raucous. He played “race” records—hard core r&b, blues and the breed of rock ‘n’ roll you wouldn’t hear on the Top 40 stations. Wolfman was best listened to in bed under the covers, after your parents had gone to sleep.
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Summer vacation is over. School has started. Nikki Bitzer is back in the classroom. Life is good, really good. For this Sherman teacher, nothing sounds so sweet as the bell signaling the start of another class.
The Sherman Chamber of Commerce has been serving business in the Sherman area since 1915. Today, the Chamber strives to provide the best services to the Sherman community just as they have for over 90 years. So, what exactly does the Sherman Chamber of Commerce do?
Looking for the Printed Version?You can find a complete set of Texoma Living! Magazine in the library at Austin College.
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By Sean Chaffin on January 11, 2010
Call it sawdust in his veins. Chip Piazza had known he wanted to build things since he was a kid. There was no doubt construction would be his future. “My father, Pete, was a residential contractor, so I was around building all the time. I liked drawing house plans in the drafting program in high school. Building picked me, I didn’t pick it,” he said. “I pretty much knew what I wanted to be, being around construction so much as a kid.”
By Jessie Gunn-Stephens on March 1, 2007
Color is the hottest trend in landscaping all over the South. But to most homeowners in our area, color means one thing—water-thirsty plants—and we all know what a fragile resource water is.
Is there a way to have it all in Texomaland? Can you punch up your landscape with high impact color, and still enjoy the satisfaction of knowing you’re a wise water steward?
By Special to TLM on March 1, 2008
Olive oil is not only a light and delicate addition to many wonderful dishes, it also is one of the most health-promoting types of oils available. Kathleen Hagan, creator of Olive Oil de Fino, a locally-made infused olive oil, says that if one is going to cook with oil, olive oil is the only way to go.