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For Two Hundred Bucks a Night, You Can Rent a North Pole Cabin
If our highs in the 50s and 60s this week are just too warm for ya, you could always book a getaway to to the world famous North Pole and immerse yourself in some ice, snow, and the single digits for awhile. Airbnb has some cabins for rent, and they'll cost you between $129 and $300 per night.
If You See a Scarf on a Tree, Here’s What it Means
If you see a scarf hanging on a tree outside around Lufkin, or even inside the mall on one of those Christmas trees, it's no accident.

There's meaning behind the scarves left lying around town, and those who find them "fitting" can keep them.
Cinemark is Testing a New Subscription Plan
It's $8.99 per month, and it's an effort to get more of us into the theater seats instead of sitting at home and streaming movies on other platforms. But does the subscription guarantee us a seat at some of the big crowded blockbusters, like Star Wars? We have questions.
Don’t Let Tree Bugs Ruin the Christmas Gifts
Imagine the surprise on your daughter's face when she opens up her new Fingerlings, and a few dozen bugs come rolling out of the wrapping paper. Ewww! If you've got a real tree, you might have 20,000 bugs hidden in there, but there is something you can do about it.
Texas’ Favorite Christmas Candy Involves No Chocolate
Here we go again with the crazy candy choices topping the list. Just when we had come to grips with Texans choosing a non-chocolate Halloween candy as their favorite, more sweet-toothed neighbors of ours have weighed in and chosen a favorite seasonal candy that doesn't melt in our mouths. Bah…
Paula Deen to Open Restaurants in Texas
When she was on Food Network, Paula Deen was known as a queen of southern cookin', and she's always had a lock on Georgia with a Savannah-based restaurant. Now two Paula Deen restaurants are coming to Texas, and they'll open up in a few weeks.
Devastating Deer Disease is Changing the Way Texans Hunt
A disease that impacts deer causes them to have major neurological problems, and it can rip through a herd pretty quickly.

Wildlife managers in Texas are doing their best to prevent the spread, and that means hunters have to adjust their routines and obey some new rules to help out.

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