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0 VIDEO Recipe | "Spicy Asian-Style Chicken Noodle Bowl" a One Skillet Dish! by Alicia

This dish is perfect when you want something comforting, yet healthy and fresh tasting. The hardest part of this entire recipe is measuring out the spices. I think the key to this dish is using kosher salt, which is milder than alternatives like sea salt, and using really fresh chicken. If you don't care for cilantro, you could swap it out for flat left parsley or basil. A garnish of green scallions would also look nice on this dish.

0 Aransas Pass Police Department | "Trash Take-Back, #3 for 2015" | July 11, 8am

It's that time again folks! Code Enforcement Officer Robert Brake has called for another Trash Take-Back event. This will be our third trash clean up event of 2015. Again, this event is open for public participation. It's a good way to give back to our beautiful community, giving back in way that keeps her looking pretty. Keeping with the tradition, lunch will be provided after we're done. The first 20 participants will be rewarded with free lunch from the Aransas Pass Butterchurn!

Interested yet? We'll be meeting on Saturday July 11, 2015 at 8 a.m. The meeting place will be at the Aransas Pass City Hall/Police Department parking lot (600 W Cleveland Blvd, Aransas Pass, Texas 78336). Hope to see y'all there!!

0 Roving Reporter | "Saturday at the Park...It was the 4th of July" | Photographs by Jane Willard

"The blue of the night met the gold of the day as artists and holiday revelers gathered to celebrate the 4th of July in Rockport. Even Mother Nature offered an artistic beginning as Art Festival pennants proudly waved to greet the sunrise; however, as that evening sun was going down, the scene was quite different. The Rockport Beach scene depicts, perhaps, why those “in the know” stake a claim early in the morning. It was a grand and glorious day for all." - Jane Willard