Tips to Keep Your Car Running as Temperatures Dive

Tips to Keep Your Car Running as Temperatures Dive

Fall is here.

While you’re busy savoring the warm, homey dishes, refreshingly cool nights, and the crackle of leaves in the wind, keep in mind, Winter is coming!

October is Fall Car Care Month, and we’ve rounded up a few tips to help you avoid the headache of a costly breakdown this winter season.

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Chicken Bacon Ranch Mac & Cheese

Chicken Bacon Ranch Mac & Cheese

I think fall is one of the best times of the year. Besides rivalry football games, camping trips in the backyard, and comfy knit sweaters, this refreshing weather can only mean one thing… potluck season is here!

For our next office get-together, we are switching things up a little. This chicken, bacon, ranch mac and cheese (made with three kinds of cheese) is a rich and decadent new take on a favorite, old-fashioned, comfort food recipe.

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Video – Eligibility Requirements – Do you qualify?

Video – Eligibility Requirements – Do you qualify?

There has been some confusion recently about who qualifies for Ag Workers and that didn’t sit right with us!  To clear things up, we’ve created this short little video to explain things a bit.  You, your friends, and or family may qualify and had no idea you could be saving money AND getting award-winning service as well!  (Yes, we are ValChoice award recipients three years in a row now, for 2016, 2017, and 2018!) read more…

Easy Crockpot White Chili

Easy Crockpot White Chili

Believe it or not, the weather is FINALLY getting cooler!  Soon we’ll be seeing fall leaves, campfire cook-outs, and that continually popular autumn item… pumpkin spice lattes!

Chili is something my family often thinks of when the weather is better.  It fills the house with rich warm aromas and warms the heart.  However, this year we are going to give a different type of chili a try, and you can too! read more…

Major Tracy Davis – Protecting Our Future

Major Tracy Davis – Protecting Our Future

In their drive to conserve natural resources for future generations, Texas’ 552 game wardens often patrol alone in remote locations, where they protect endangered wildlife, apprehend poachers, enforce fishing laws, patrol public waters to keep boaters safe, and perform numerous other law enforcement duties.   read more…

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