Daily Archives : September 5, 2016

Return of the Prodigal

I have recently come into closer contact with a very old painting; The Return of the Prodigal by Rembrandt. This painting came to me through the reading of a book of the same title by Henri Nouwen. This book details…

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Hello Kitty

Dear Sue Ellen, My five-year-old daughter packed her Hello Kitty suitcase and told me she was going to run away because I wouldn’t buy her some ballerina slippers. She was really mad. I let her walk to the end of…

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On Climbing Phelps Mountain

Last week, after working in Albany for a few days, I was able to take some time and travel about central and upstate New York. When I mention New York, most people think about the city and not about the…

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Random Ramblings

By Mark MagnanHave you ever wondered what the big deal is about “organic” eggs? I mean if you think of where they come from, what small difference does it make what the silly chicken ate? And of all the birds…

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A hands-on student experience

BISD trustees take on CTE courses to see what students experience By Lindsay Starr Platt Correspondent The Board of Trustees of Belton Independent School District (ISD) met for a special meeting on Monday night at the Career & Technology Education…

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