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• 2014 Tarrant County College Foundation Scholarship Committee
• 2013 Keller Business Hall Of Fame Small Business Award Winner In recognition of valuable contribution to The Greater Keller Community
• 2013 Tarrant County College Foundation Scholarship Committee
• 2012 Keller Business Hall Of Fame Nominee for Community Leadership
• 2011 Keller Business Hall Of Fame Small Business Award Winner In recognition of valuable contribution to The Greater Keller Community
February 2015 Issue
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| Editor's Notes | Health & Beauty | Real Estate

Events Calendar | Community | Sports | Financial | Food | Entertainment
Keller Business Listings

Front Cover Story -
Keller Remains One Of The Safest Communities In Texas
With the fewest number of police officers per capita in the region, Keller remains one of the safest communities in the state. The Keller Police Department’s 2014 Unified Crime MORE

  City of Keller... Award Winning Town Getting National Attention
The City of Keller wins yet another award, This time it is awarded the 23rd Best Small City in the Nation for Families, according to a recent evaluation by consumer advocacy MORE

Accepting Candidates for Council Place 1&2
Filing period opens for spring City Council election. Those interested in running for Place 1 or Place 2 on the Keller City Council have until Feb. 27 to file for candidacy. The filing period MORE

  Art in The Park
By Brendan Kelly
I love the uniqueness of art and regardless of how I feel about the particular piece of artwork I appreciate the effort. Art in all of its forms and genres is a funny thing. A piece can MORE

It Is That Tax Time Of Year Again!
Property taxes for Tarrant County residents are due Monday, Feb. 2 this year since Jan. 31 falls on a Saturday. Here are some fast facts about the property taxes you pay to the City of MORE
 

  Editors Notes
Editor’s Notes: it’s not main stream media!
February is an exciting month for us. Everyone is over the holiday fog, and people get right back to business. We have a whole lot of items and events to discuss this month, so let's get to it! MORE

  Updates From The City:
Council approves Tree Ordinance amendments
The Keller City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved changes to the city’s Tree Preservation ordinances, increasing the fines for MORE

Keller Fire/EMT Dept. News
Welcome New Keller Battalion Cheif
Please help us give a warm welcome to Keller’s new Fire Department Battalion Chief Charles Mitchell (right) with Fire Chief David MORE
  Keller ISD Dr. Randy Reid
Bond 2014 Update: District Saves Millions on Bond Sales. In November 2014, Keller ISD voters approved the sale of bonds to raise $169.5 million for District improvements MORE

 Health & Beauty
Dyslexia Affects 1 In 10 Individuals
By Jack Raiser
Many of whom remain undiagnosed and receive little or no intervention services. For some individuals who have never been diagnosed, dyslexia is a hidden disability which may MORE

  Love Only In February?
By Dr. Kweethai
February is Valentine's month. I grew up in a culture much different from the US. I have been here for 35 years, more years than I lived in the country where I was born and spent the MORE

How to Get Motivated in the Morning
By CJ Ortiz
“Hey CJ, I lack motivation in the morning, and it takes me too long to get up and active. That 'lazy bastard' controls my life in the mornings! Do you have any tips to break the habit?” MORE

  Friends Are A Powerful Influence In Our Lives, So Choose Carefully
By Dr Tina Johnson
As humans, we need people in our lives. Some of us need more, some less, but we need connection with others. This is more MORE

Dry Skin? Five Tips For Great Looking Smooth Skin
By Linda Irwin-Hurley
Winter weather causes dry skin. The market today offers huge amounts of facial products for your use. How do you know what is MORE
 

 Real Estate
Keep Winter Energy Bills in Check
As winter temperatures drop, the potential for higher utility bills goes up. Taking steps ahead of the cold season can help you trim costs and make your home more energy efficient, keeping MORE

  Sheetrock / Dry Wall Repair
by Karen Martin
If you have cracks in your walls or ceiling, seams separating and showing, or “nail pops”. These can be fixed and blended to look like MORE

The Hidden Cost Of Wooden Fences
By Bill Woodruff
A very large proportion of North Texas homes have a wooden stockade fence around them. While they can be beautiful and keep pets in and people out they do need care. As I drive .MORE

  Next Steps in Commercial Investing
By Steve Trine
Before we start, a lot of folks have questions about the impact of the oil price drop on the local economy and real estate market. Honestly, if I knew, I'd be rich in the near term. MORE

What Hot! and What NOT!
by Jackie Black
Experts say that 2015 will be marked by a return to normalcy and balance for real estate markets across the country. Stan Humphries, chief economist for Zillow.com, predicts that MORE
 

 Calendar of Events
This is a 31 day calendar of events that go on arounf the City of Keller. Listing from Family, Children, Teens, Adults Seniors Political Business and Everyone. MORE   Continued listing of events abd Business Events MORE

 Community News
Northeast Orchestra Celebrate their 25th Ann with a Concert and Reception
The Northeast Orchestra of Tarrant County will mark its 25th season with an anniversary concert Friday, Feb. 20 at Peace Lutheran Church in Hurst. MORE

  Casino Gaming Is Coming To Keller
Are you tired of driving to Oklahoma or flying to Vegas for excitement only the casinos can provide? Well in the month of February, the thrill and excitement will come to Keller for the second time. MORE

Numbers Of Children In Crisis Increase Again
Northwest and Carroll School Districts Community Storehouse saw an increase in the number of children seeking our services and programs in 2014. This increase is due MORE

  DogTV... Non Stress Television For Dogs
TV’s first network for canines, DOGTV offers a promise to our beloved best friends that they should never again feel alone.
Why is DOGTV good for dogs? MORE

7 Things about Internet Safety Every Parent Should Know
The internet can be a powerful resources for students with access to videos, worksheets, research materials and test papers. They can use the internet to advance their studies, .MORE

  A Balancing Act. Work-Life-Balance...
Is It Real?

By Rick Kolster
There's been a lot of talk and discussion over the past few decades about the work life balance, and today we have companies that MORE

Take Advantage of Valuable Tax Credits
By Wendy Knutson, CPA
Tax credits are a powerful way to lower your federal income tax bill. Why? Because a tax credit reduces your taxes dollar for dollar. MORE

  The Homeschooling Event Of The Year By Jack Reiser
Homeschooling, also known as home education, is the education of children inside the home, as opposed to the formal settings of a MORE

The Barking Dogs
By H. Griffin and R. Kelebra and Guest
Sour Grapes Mr Whatley? >>> Obviously an election period can be a very telling time. Of equal interest -- so can the period following a local election. Apparently Mr Whatley is . MORE

  Gerda Filed Application For KISD School Board Place 6
Local KISD resident and business owner David Gerda filed application for KISD School Board Place 6 election candidacy on January 29, 2015. Mr. Gerda says he is running for School MORE

$49,364.80 in Grants Go To 18 KISD Educators
The Keller ISD Education Foundation awarded grants totaling $49,364.80 to 18 educators across the District on January 9 and 12. These grants provide funding for projects not covered MORE
  State Rep. Giovanni Capriglione
The 84th session of the Texas Legislative session began on January 13th, and your Texas Legislature has been hard at work since then. In this article I’ll talk about some of the highlights since we began the session and describe MORE

 Sports
The Swing Is The Thing : Swish Drill
By Tom Ward
During the winter months this is the ideal time to work out any kinks in your swing. While you're playing this season I would like you to keep one thought in mind that is vitally important to playing great golf. Remember to Swing. Don't hit MORE

  Cowboys Playoff Run
By Steven Baer
After three seasons ending in 8-8 where the season came down to the last game of the year to go to the playoffs but falling short every time, the Dallas Cowboys broke through in 2014 going 12-4 and winning a playoff MORE

New England's Goal Line Stand Lands Them Their 4th Super Bowl
By Steven Baer
With a running back who has a nickname of “Beast Mode” and was tied for the NFL lead in rushing touchdowns this season, the Seattle Seahawks decided to throw the ball MORE
  College Football Playoff Perils
By James McBride
For all the bickering and back door politics that have been played over the last few months this committee may have got this thing close to right. We went in with the argument they should expand the playoff base but looking MORE

 Food
Pickles Famous Smoked Brisket Jalapeno Poppers
Pickles BBQ and Icehouse in South Keller on the Watauga boarder is known for the lip smakin bacon wrapped brisket & cheese stuffed jalapeno poppers. Owner Dana Berlin has MORE

  Show Off Your Sweet Side This Valentine's Day
Treat family, friends and co-workers to something they will all love this Valentine's Day by making easy and impressive cookies. Start with your favorite roll-out cookie .MORE

Celebrate Carnival Season At Home By Making This Delicious King Cake
A very popular custom that is still celebrated is the making of the “King’s Cake” which represents the three kings who brought gifts. A plastic baby figure toy is baked inside the King Cake .MORE
 

 Business & Entertainment
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  DVD Review: By Movie Guys
Starz Network Black Sails Season One
A friend of ours is a 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment distributer and he signed us up to receive the latest releases of DVD and Blue Rays every month. Movies like The MORE

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