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Cappy Hour: HOA’s – Friend or foe?

Welcome to the first Cappy Hour of the New Year! Last week Brighton McConnell was joined by Cappy Hagman of Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston for a quick photo of real estate, and the topic on the table in January was homeowners associations. Cappy says she has “mixed feelings” …

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Anti-Asian sentiment rises during pandemic | Life & Arts

With the global increase in coronavirus cases, there has been a wave of racially motivated verbal and physical abuse targeting the Asian community. Despite the widely touted phrase “hate is not an Aggie value, “Aggies of Chinese descent are feeling the added stress of heightened prejudice in an already tense …

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Here’s how to keep your child safe on the internet

Cyber ​​experts say parents should point out the dangers that can arise online. BRYAN, Texas – As families begin the new school year, there’s more than just coronavirus to think about. Many students will spend much more time on the computer, which means they are more likely to face an …

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10 memes perfect for the military spouse

View of the starboard quarter, taken while the USS Thresher was underway on April 30, 1961. (US Navy / JL Snell) Almost six decades after a Marine submarine plunged to the bottom of the sea in a deep dive test, the families of those lost in the tragedy finally get …

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