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Editor’s Corner: 81-year-old car brings new purpose to its owner and invigorates interest in law enforcement

Richard Borisenko, the owner of a 1937 Dodge D-7 police car, lives in Cleburne, Texas and has interesting stories to tell about the vehicle. He has made appearances all over the state with the antique car. The Grapevine Source was … Continue reading

Editor’s Corner: The Grapevine Escape provides opportunities to exercise the brain, encourages teamwork

By Stacey Doud My stepdaughter and I recently visited The Grapevine Escape, located at 160 N. Main Street in Grapevine. We had a terrific time! Escape Rooms are a relatively new form of entertainment in which the participants are “locked” … Continue reading

Editor’s Corner: Why my dad loved this farm

By Stacey Doud My dad and stepmom came up from Houston to visit me this weekend. My dad’s birthday is always right around Father’s Day, which is partly handy and partly yucky. It’s like a person having a birthday around … Continue reading

Editor’s Corner: Officer’s death is another blow to kindness and compassion for others

By Stacey Doud A Grand Prairie police officer, AJ Castaneda, age 38, was killed around 10:30am on June 7 while checking radar speeds on the shoulder of the George Bush Turnpike. A 17-year-old driver hit the officer’s vehicle and the … Continue reading

EDITOR’S CORNER: Spinning the Wheel on the US Financial Structure System

By Stacey Doud – This is the OPINION of the Editor-In-Chief and does not reflect the general views of the Grapevine Source or any of its other contributors *** Like a lot of folks, I like to play games on … Continue reading

Editor’s Corner: It may not be dementia

By Stacey Doud We haven’t posted a whole lot on The Grapevine Source lately because we were dealing with a family health issue…and I have to say I learned a LOT. My mother is a total morning person. When I … Continue reading

Editor’s Corner: Why I Hate the Holidays

By Stacey Doud, Editor-in-Chief I have been called “grinchy,” a “party pooper” and a “complete holiday ruiner,” but I don’t even care. I HATE the holidays. “Why?” you ask? Let me tell you, my patient readers. I’m not trying to … Continue reading

Editor’s Corner: School is useless

By Stacey Doud Teens: Believe me, I get it. Sometimes it seems like school is a waste of a day (or a few hours if you’re homeschooled). I’m almost 50 years old and still have never needed to use calculus … Continue reading

Editor’s Corner – Movie Review: “The Meg”

Review by Stacey Doud Jaws fans beware! The Meg was touted to be a bigger and badder Jaws, but I couldn’t help but miss the John Williams score from the original, though the elaborate use of CGI (which obviously wasn’t … Continue reading

Editor’s Corner: Jurassic Gardens – Fun and Educational

By Stacey Doud My family and I were looking for something to do close to home, so we decided to check out Grapevine Parks & Rec’s Jurassic Gardens. For $8 per person, we were admitted into the back of the … Continue reading