Ouachita Baptist University celebrated 364 graduates from the class of 2021 during its 134th Commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 8. University officials conferred Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Music Education and Associate of Arts degrees, with seven students receiving Ouachita’s first ever postbaccalaureate certificates for dietetic internship.
Last week we at FEF were proud to celebrate the hard work that our graduates have done for the last 13 years. But this week--the week between Memorial Day and D-Day--it’s worth considering all those that came before us that made all of this possible. We at the Foundation remember those brave men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice against fascism. We hope to never be, as FDR said, “Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy [who] forget in time that men have died to win them.”
Believe me when I say that Gordon McLendon’s “KLIF-AM, 1190 on your radio dial,” was “the station” to which all my friends listened, except a few “holdouts” for KBOX-AM, 1480, which later became a “country station,” when most of us country kids in Forney listened to “pop radio.” O. K., this opening is my opinion and subject to rebuttal!
“We get bigger by eating healthy stuff and obeying God’s word helps us grow,” says Marina, 5.
Mesquite has approved Dalfen Industrial’s proposed development of two distribution buildings of 870,000 square feet located on East Scyene Road near Mesquite Metro Airport. As a part of this development, Dalfen will make improvements to Airport Boulevard and will purchase a 15-acre portion of City owned property located at 1900 Airport Boulevard to maximize the development of the project.
State Rep. Jessica González, D-Dallas, spoke at a press conference at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in East Austin after Democrats broke quorum in opposition to Senate Bill 7, a sweeping GOP voting bill. May 30, 2021. Credit: Miguel Gutierrez Jr./The Texas Tribune
House Democrats enter Mt. Zion Baptist Church near the state Capitol in Austin after breaking quorum in opposition to Senate Bill 7, a sweeping GOP voting bill. May 30, 2021. Credit: Miguel Gutierrez Jr./The Texas Tribune
The sweeping overhaul of Texas elections and voter access was poised from the beginning of the session to pass into law. It had the backing of Republican leaders in both chambers of the Legislature. It had support from the governor.
The world’s oceans, and the marine life that call those oceans home, are under attack.
Birds are big business. That may come as a surprise to people who have never given much thought to the warm-blooded vertebrates who fly over their heads every day, but tens of millions of people have a passion for birds.
The appeal of camping is undeniable. According to The Business Research Company, a market research and intelligence company, the global camping and caravanning market is expected to grow from just under $40 billion in 2020 to more than $45 billion in 2021. Estimates suggest the market will grow even more in the coming years, reaching $56.6 billion by 2025.
Is there anything more exciting while fishing than watching a big bass attack a top water bait, strike it hard, miss getting hooked and come back and nail it again? The drill for the angler is to allow the bait to sit motionless after the initial strike. Bass often strike again instantly. Not jerking the bait out of the strike zone is easier said than done when adrenaline is pumping!
“Hello, Vivian, this is John Doe (name changed to protect the innocent/guilty), and I hear you had a hard time passing the Covid Test and getting a ‘negative’ so that you could go on about your activities and duties.”
Last year, when the pandemic suddenly shut down our everyday lives and for many of us, pushed them into tiny, isolated spaces, we had to adapt.
Burns do not discriminate and can affect men, women, children, and seniors. The Miami Burn Center advises that burn injuries are the nation’s third largest cause of accidental death, resulting in 6,000 fatalities each year and annually causing 300,000 serious injuries. Because burns are largely preventable, it is important to understand how they’re caused and how to prevent them. Understanding the treatment options available to get on the road to recovery can help burn victims and their families, too.
Juggling a family and a thriving career is no small task. It’s easy to become overwhelmed when faced with responsibilities at home and at the office, and it’s even easier to fall victim to a work-life imbalance. Such an imbalance can have troubling short- and longterm consequences.
A lot of misinformation is circulating about cellulite, a condition that affects around 90 percent of women at some point in their lives. Separating the cellulite fact from fiction can help those interested in finding out what causes it and how to make it less noticeable.