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How To Become A Vendor At First Monday Trade Days
The first Monday of April is next week, and that means Canton will host another First Monday Trade Days this weekend. Here's how you can set up a booth and sell your stuff!
Watching Texas Birds This Spring Will Make You Happier
The most common bird in Texas is not the woodpecker, although that is in the top ten. In addition to being everywhere this spring, birds also hold a key to happiness. Until the droppings end up on the newly-washed car anyway.
Rangers and Astros Will Have The Highest Fan Capacity in MLB To Start The Season
Some teams will have to wait months to fill up their home ballparks, but the Major League Baseball's Texas teams will have thousands of fans in the seats from the get-go.
April Fool’s Day Jokes To Play On The Kids
It's hard to prank tech-savvy kids by telling them the Wi-Fi is out, but maybe parents can get 'em in other ways. We have a few ideas.
Texans Might Have More Money Than They Think
Does it feel like you have $47,000 per year to spend on whatever you want? You probably do, and you'll want to treat yourself to a relaxing massage after this.
A Texas Grocery Store Is Looking For Products Made in Texas
If you've ever dreamed of having your scratch-made barbecue sauce bottled and sold in grocery stores, this is your shot. One grocery store is looking for products, and the only requirement is that you live in Texas.
When It’s Windy In East Texas, Does It Do Any Good?
The wind blows over patio furniture, whips trash into your backyard, and turns a great hair day into a bad one in five seconds flat, but the spring breeze does have some benefits too.
Despite The Pandemic, Visitors Are Still Flocking to These Spots
Millions of people are flocking to prime outdoor spots around the country, including two Texas locations.
Pets Are Better Off Because of the Pandemic
With more time at home in the past year, we've showered our pets with love and attention and it may have been the best year ever for them. There are plenty of great dogs up for adoption at East Texas shelters this year too.
Why Texans Should Be Excited About the NIT
The goal for every college basketball team is to make the NCAA Tournament, but the National Invitational Tournament carries extra prestige this year too. It kicks off tonight, and Texas gets to be the host.
A Tyler Native is Doing Big Things in the U.S. Navy
When an East Texan enters the U.S. Armed forces, we rarely hear about how it's going. So when we heard about a Tyler native that's serving on a U.S. Navy Destroyer Squadron, we had to tell the story.
Texas is Losing the Fight Against Fat
Losing weight takes a whole lot of work and eight out of ten people who hit their goals end up gaining it back later. Ugh! But there is one key to keeping it off.