|If you are looking for really fresh, really healthy produce and homemade items visit Historic Elmont Farmers Market. Located in a vintage barn along FM 121 west of Van Alstyne, you’ll find a handful of local folks who have invested a lot of time and care into their products.
FOR INFORMATION: Contact Cris Columbus (903) 267-2807. (This is the correct number. The phone published in our July-Aug issue was a misprint.)
Here’s a tip: Get there early (as soon as they open) for the best selection, as many fruits and veggies will have been sold if you get there too late.
Read independent reviews of Van Alstyne’s Historic Elmont Farmers Market at www.localharvest.org/farmers-markets/M24656
|Desserts ‘n’ More
Pies, Cakes, Cookies,
Fudge, Christmas Crafts
Produce and Berries
Marsha and Frank Carr
|Lazy Hill Ranch
Grass Fed Longhorn Beef
|Linda’s Earth & Glass
Ceramics and Stained Glass
|Five Reasons Bakery
Gourmet Jams, Jellies, Salsa and More
Martha and Rick Still
Featured Archive Story
Help, Hope and Healing is what the Child and Family Guidance Center has tried to do ever since it was founded in 1966 by Mrs. Alma Howell, pediatricians Dr. Max Woodard and Dr. Don Freeman, and members of the Grayson County Mental Health Association.
While Marie Antoinette gets credit for the “Let them eat cake” line, it is doubtful that she ever said it. And if she did say it, it is doubtful that she was referring to what we call cake. (That “she didn’t, but if she did” construction is called pleading in the alternative for you fans of arcane legal practices.) But I digress.
Category: Edward Southerland
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By Special to TLM on September 1, 2008
It doesn’t look like a medical office, outside or in. The building is set back off East Lamberth in a cluster of trees, and if given only a passing glance, it could be mistaken for a residence. Just inside the front door is the old waiting room. It looks like what it is, or perhaps “was,” as no one uses it much anymore.
By Staff Report on March 1, 2007
Charlie Haldeman is the KXII news director, and he is the co-anchor of First News at Six and Ten alongside Maureen Kane. He joined the First News team in January of 2006 and lives in Sherman with his wife Amanda and their daughter, Hattie Elaine.
By Edward Southerland on December 1, 2007
The Corps of Discovery had not yet started up the Missouri on their epic journey to the Western Sea, but Capt. Lewis already was working to fulfill the mandate of expedition when he sent this letter and a packet of cuttings to Pres. Thomas Jefferson.