Category : Family




Fathers, Read to your Children

February 14th, 2017 by

One of the things I love most in this world is watching my husband interact with our daughters. Bedtime has quickly become one of my favorite times of the day, simply because I love watching them as they pile in his chair and read a story each night. My girls look forward to this special […]

Family Mealtime Brings Big Family Benefits

October 3rd, 2016 by

What is the best thing you can do as a parent for your children? Eat family meals together. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has been celebrating our annual family mealtime initiative this September to encourage families to gather around the dinner table, turn off all electronics, enjoy each other’s company and reap the many benefits […]

America Needs More True Leaders

September 29th, 2016 by

America is facing a critical need for more leaders – true leaders – prepared with the skills to deal with the problems of today and the challenges of tomorrow. We all know a true leader when we see one. They lead by example, work well with others, endure through challenges, and stick to a job […]

Local Boy Catching Catfish in Drainage Ditch After Massive Rainfalls

May 29th, 2015 by

Local residents Chris and Merisha Rich were exploring after yet more rains here in Aubrey, TX when their son, 10 year old Tanner, spotted something pretty cool in the drainage ditch that runs behind Brockett St to North St.  Just like any good country boy, Tanner quickly stepped into action. That’s right, those aren’t just […]

Spur Made it Home & Has Surgery Tomorrow

May 28th, 2015 by

May 22nd Alison Weaver posted her plea for neighbors to be on the lookout for their beloved pet, Spur, a blue heeler. The Weaver’s 7 year old daughter, Falyn, was devastated. The Weavers offered a reward and plead for help on Facebook. There was an incredible outpouring of support and offers for a new puppy for […]

Family Traditions

Do You Have A Tradition Celebrating the New Year?

December 31st, 2014 by

Traditions: A Family Thing Traditions are wonderful experiences that we honor or develop with our loved ones. They can be small or large, fancy or humble. No matter what they consist of they are embedded in each of us and they ground us in a way. They tie us to our loved ones even after […]

Mad Science in Aubrey

December 5th, 2014 by

The Case for Santa Claus Join Mad Science at the Aubrey Area Library on Saturday, December 13 from 2:00-3:00 pm for “The Case for Santa Claus,” a light-hearted look at many of the abilities attributed to Santa.  We will seek answers to the questions you have always wondered about, such as “Can he really get down the […]