Lifestyles

Every Cook and Cranny

By Elizabeth Tanner Jalapeno Party Poppers With the Fourth of July in full swing, folks are firing up their grills. Luckily, this jalapeno party popper recipe serves as the perfect appetizer for any summer cookout or get together. Ingredients: 12 medium jalapenos 1 (8 oz.) package cream cheese, softened 1 cup finely chopped cooked chicken…

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Soto Family Fundraiser

Members of the Post community purchase meals to help the Soto family raise funds to repair damages to their home that occurred during the June 4 storm. Approximately 400 meals were sold with all proceeds going to the family in need. Meals included a hamburger or a sausage wrap, chips and a drink. “We want…

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Every Crook and Cranny

By Elizabeth Tanner Tuscan Chicken Pasta Bake Ingredients: 8 oz uncooked penne pasta (2 3/4 cups) 2 cups chopped, cooked chicken 1/3 cup sun dried tomatoes in oil, drained and chopped (from 8-oz jar) 1 jar (15 oz) Alfredo sauce 2 cups water 1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon crushed red…

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Peggy’s Corner

By Post Public Library Staff— Is everyone still reading for 20 minutes every day? Although we must remain with the task of wearing a mask in the library, that doesn’t mean you can’t come in and pick up a few books. Our Summer Reading Program takes on a new look this summer – we will…

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City pool open to public

Changes made to ensure swimmers’ safety during Covid-19 pandemic   Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the local pool opened for business on Saturday, May 30. However, Chelby Morris ensures that the city pool will be taking precautionary measures to keep both the public and their staff safe. “I know things have changed this year with Covid-19,”…

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Local finalists to compete at Texas State High School Rodeo

Among the finalist for the Texas State High School Rodeo is Post’s own Kyna Hudman, Hadley White; grandson of Orabeth and the late Noel White, and Cutter and Jaclyn McNeely; former residents of Post. Held the first week of June in Abilene, Texas, the top ten individuals from each of the ten regions in Texas…

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Chapa’s dining room to remain closed

Chapa’s Restaurant has recently announced that their dining rooms will remain closed until further notice. Sincerely apologizing for any inconveniences, they remind customers that curbside and call-in orders are still welcome. To place an order, call Chapa’s Restaurant at 806-495-3848.

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Rafter M Playday Series

With quarantine restrictions being lifted and people starting to get more active, Cody and Cassie Marshall are doing their part to get kids out of the house. On Saturday, May 30, Marshall’s Tack And Feed put on a playday for kids to come out and compete. “Getting to watch the kids grow through the year…

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VFW Auxiliary on verge of losing chapter

Due to a lack of membership, the VFW Auxiliary in Post is facing closure. “We are on the verge of losing our chapter due to a lack of membership,” Treasurer Heather Williams said. “We are having a vote in June in regards on whether to keep the chapter or go ahead and end it.” Hoping…

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National Day of Prayer

Community joins pastors for prayer at courthouse Thursday, May 7, local pastors celebrated National Day of Prayer. Gathering around the flagpole in front of the Garza County Courthouse at 8 a.m., prayers were centered around keeping Garza County safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. “If there’s ever a time we need prayer,” First Baptist…

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