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Debbie Denmon officially leaves WFAA-TV effective 2DAY bcuz the Dallas station didn't renew her contract. Now it makes it "appear" as if they did not "fire" her. Late last yr, Debbie was brave & took the station heads 2task bcuz of their "alleged" discrimination. The arbitrator ruled in the station's favor a few mos. ago & 2day her contract wasn't renewed. When God closes a door, He can opens another window. Maybe even 2. THANKS DEBBIE 4making news informative, refreshing & memorable.

It's No-Shave November dedicated to raising awareness about cancer prevention. My recent dietetic intern, Taylor McShea, provides nutrition tips to reduce cancer risk in this month's issue of Southern Dallas County Business & Living Magazine.

The architecture of Tarrant County Courthouse, Fort Worth, TX - front & east views. Old horse trough at corner of east view.

2011 Hall of Fame Inductee Freddie “Skeet” Gordon was born in Sugarland Fort Bend County, Texas. Upon completion of school, he went to work on Richardson Ranch, and this sparked his interest in the rodeo. In 1952, he started working his way up from amateur rodeo, winning two all around and 4 bull riding events in the Southwest Rodeo Cowboy Association. In 1955, he got his PRCA permit to ride professionally. His first pro rodeo was in Mercedes, TX, and he won first place in bull…

Learn more about pumpkin's nutritional benefits and ideas for including it in an array of holiday treats in my dietetic intern, Chelsea Bubel's article in the December issue of Southern Dallas County Business & Living Magazine.

It's fall, football and tailgate parties. Enjoy your game day without dooming your diet with these tips from TWU dietetic intern, Katelin Hatcher, in the October issue of Southern Dallas County Business & Living Magazine.

September is Better Breakfast Month and Family Meals Month but you probably didn't know it's also National Chicken Month. Learn all about the role of chicken in a healthy diet in this article in the September issue of Southern Dallas County Business & Living Magazine that Baylor University senior dietetics/nutrition major, Sarah Barnes, wrote while working with me his summer.