Ever so often we all need a reset. Sometimes it’s a new job, a new home or a much-needed vacation. That change of scenery can do wonders for you mentally.

This year’s back-to-school season is unlike any we’ve experienced yet. On top of our normal excitement and anxieties, we’re confronting changes made necessary by the continued spread of the pandemic coronavirus.

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A local holiday tradition, horse-drawn wagon rides through one of the city’s most brightly decorated neighborhoods, is scheduled to return for the holiday season, with modifications in place to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hunt County’s latest COVID-19 report showed another 33 confirmed cases of the virus had been recorded as of Wednesday night.

Individuals and organizations are again being recruited to assist the Herald-Banner in providing food for needy families in the community through the 17th annual Cares and Shares Food Drive with Hunt County Shared Ministries/FISH.

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