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Monday, January 25, 2021


In the Spotlight: LaVonne Anderson and Phyllis Isbell

We've all used them, and we've most likely taken them for granted. We've listened to their voice countless times, and tomorrow we'll call, only this time knowing a little bit more about the voice on the other end."Good afternoon. TCU. May I direct your call?" This is the question people hear every time they dial the Texas Christian University main phone line.

There are two women who work the switchboards at TCU: LaVonne Anderson, who has worked there for 25 years, and Phyllis Isbell, who has been there for a little more than three years.

From calf scrambles to bull riding, livestock events aim to entertain

Whether you're new to Cowtown or have lived here since birth, the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo will stimulate all your senses and is money well-spent.The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo, celebrating its 111th year, is family-orientated, which makes it a great place for kids and adults to have fun. It also was the first livestock show to feature sheep, llamas and cattle raised, groomed and shown by junior leagues and children who live in the area. This year, more than 24,000 livestock are competing at the show.

Plenty to do at the rodeo

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