Nicole Cox home-schools her kids. She's in the market for classroom furniture. It needs to be inexpensive. It also has to be good-looking and durable. Nicole's turning to antiques. She says,"They're, you know-old-fashioned. I want old-fashioned, I though that is such a cute touch." One day she hopes to pass down the furniture to her kids. So she's decided to invest up-front and spend more for quality. That decision could eventually save her and her kids a lot of money. It also means they'll be consuming fewer natural resources. Pat Fincher has been an antiques dealer for 16 years. She says the best thing about antique furniture is the wood. It's usually solid. A lot of newer furniture is made from particle board. Here's the bottomline. Buying a quality antique could save you from buying the same piece of furniture over and over. That will help your pocketbook and the environment.
KTAB PM Forecast: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
I am forecasting a 30% chance for showers and thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon and evening for the area. The Storm Prediction Center has a slight risk...
Eastland City Manager Submits Resignation
Eastland's City Manager, Ron Holliday, has officially submitted his resignation, effective October 5.
Survey: Are You Concerned about Your Child Being Vaccinated?
ACU student Matthew Molina has been granted the opportunity to conduct research through the McNair Scholars Program, which fosters an environment for students that are...
The Uncertain Future of Abilene Putt Putt
The owners of Putt Putt off of the Winters Freeway want to retire, and if they can get a good price at auction next month,...
Update: Cause Determined in Storage Building, Vehicle Fire at Meander
A storage building and vehicle caught fire behind a home on Meander near South 3 on Wednesday.
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