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Herb Gardening, Simple and Rewarding

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June 13, 2018

Herb Gardening Can Be Simple and Rewarding! Where would we be without herbs? It’s not a very appetizing thought. Our food would taste blander, our world would smell less pleasant and we would all be a lot less healthy. For my wife Roxanne and me, herbs play an important part in our lives. We enjoy… Read More ›

Ten New Year’s Resolutions for Your Yard

Before presenting my Top 10 List of New Year’s resolutions to improve your yard, let me anticipate an objection to New Year’s resolutions — and answer it. New Year’s resolutions have acquired something of a bad reputation. How could they not, since making New Year’s resolutions almost invariably leads to breaking them? But in the… Read More ›

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Have you seen road construction on Dallas North Tollway lately? Collin County is currently working on the southbound service lanes on Dallas North Tollway from USHWY 380 to FM428. This project will help our current and future citizens with transportation. The construction work is expected to be completed by summer 2020. Visit celina-tx.gov/roads for a progress report on the overall Dallas North Tollway expansion. #celinatx #celinaroads
Can’t believe it’s Back to School time already! Check out the August issue of CELINA Magazine for all your BTS info and much more! #wearecelina #bobcats #celinatx #celinamagazine #cedarbrookmedia #backtoschool #celinahype
Celina High School was ranked 12th out of 25 of the most beautiful high schools in Texas! #txmasonry Celina High School is less than 10 years old, but the plot of land on which it sits has a history that goes back 120 years. In 1896, the Hubbards founded one of the first free public institutions in the area, Alla School, on what is now Celina High’s campus. A memorial for Alla stands just a few feet from the entrance to the new high school. Source: https://www.aceable.com/blog/the-most-beautiful-high-schools-in-texas/ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #Repost @txmasonry
Check out Celina Main Street's newest project: Celina360! Take a tour of downtown Celina at www.celina360.com. #seeyouonthesquare @celinamainstreet