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The vacant 116-bed Waco Healthcare Resort is currently being renovated.

This facility opened in 2015 for assisted living and skilled nursing. In 2018, the landlord and tenant caused the facility to be closed. The tenant closed the facility, which is on prime land for development. Its address on Crosslake Parkway in Legends Crossing is near Saltgrass Steak House, Chuy’s and P.F. Chang’s restaurants, plus hotels and retail.

SkyWalker Property Partners of North Texas saved the property, as well Zelevie Health from Utah. Together, they purchased the property with its 77,000 sq. feet and two-story tall grounds. They agreed to spend $500,000 “addressing deferred maintenance and upgrading the kitchens, dining areas, landscaping and mechanical systems,”Skywalker said this in a release. Zelevie Health is the name of this new facility, and it could begin accepting residents in the latter part of next year.

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It has 30 skilled nursing beds and 86 assisted living units. A fully equipped facility for physical therapy is also included. A news release stated that the community offers lounges and media areas, as well as an outdoor terrace with a view of the green.

Broken G BBQ arrives in downtown

Toni Taylor and Anthony Walton are both local BBQ veterans currently working at The Backyard Bar Stage and Grill, South Eighth Street. Their responses to Facebook and photographs of their work show that they are well-known.

Backyard owners posted a message on Facebook about their journey and passion for newcomers. “Folks gave these four dudes a chance, a loan and a vote of confidence to get started. We are proud to pay it forward and honored to welcome Anthony Walton and Broken G BBQ to the family,”The message was successfully sent.

Walton will grill barbecue at the venue and make country-style potato soup. “getchasum potatoes,”Cowboy baked beans “liquid gold mac ’n cheese”They are, according to the Facebook post.

Broken G Barbecue’s arrival downtown may help to ease the loss of Honky Tonk Kid Barbecue, which was a popular spot on Mary Avenue until David Gorham decided to close the business and recharge his batteries. He would be open to considering opening a second location further down the road.

Gas prices ebb

Just in time to travel around football, gas prices continue to drop below $3/gallon both locally and statewide.

At a Valero/Circle K on North Loop 340 in Lacy Lakeview, the lowest I found was $2.87 per gallon. Sam’s Club was charging $2.95 per gallon, the local Walmart/Murphy USA locations were pegging $2.96, and Raceway and H-E-B on South Valley Mills Drive each showed $2.97.

Each was ranked GasBuddy’s top 10Waco boasts the lowest price

AAA TexasThursday’s reported decline in regular unleaded prices in the state was 13 cents. This was down from $3.21 the previous week. Prices for crude oil have fallen to $15 per barrel in August but remain under $90 per barrel.

Texas residents pay the lowest gas prices.

Apollo LTD video plugs BU

This college “commercials”These scenes can often be seen live on broadcasts of sports events. These scenes feature students dressed in lab coats interacting with professors. You’ll be inspired to go on cross-campus trips and have fun with your mascot.

Baylor University refuses to accept this “sea of sameness”The company announced via a news announcement that it was adopting the 2022/23 strategy for such promotional spots in a press release. This summer’s 30-second video promo features campus scenes. Apollo LTD, a Nashville-based Christian group, provides the soundtrack. “Run”Baylor was this book’s sole author.

“We were created to run”

There’s a spark in your heart

And a fire that’s in your eyes

It is easy to feel optimistic because everything will work out for the best.

Livin’ our best life, takin’ it all in stride

Our guide will be the light.

It was our job to run.

We were created to run”

Baylor University’s 30-second television commercial debuting September 2022.

The complete video can be viewed at https://baylor.edu/run.

(Featuring “Run,”Apollo LTD — used with permission

Filmed entirely on Baylor University’s campus with scenes of real students, “Run”Baylor University offers the ideal setting to live your best life. It’s a place where you can discover your calling and find your path. This is where you call home. “Where Lights Shine Bright.”

Apollo LTD creates a music video that transforms the commercial into a 3 minute long advertisement. This includes the mentioned campus tour. A news release states that the commercial is now a music video by Apollo LTD. “Baylor is believed to be the first university to produce a music video for a new music release and have it accompany a national commercial.”

The commercial was broadcast on Saturday by ESPN, during the Baylor/BYU game.

“Generation Z is very attuned to the intersection of brands, music and entertainment, so this really is a new approach to our target population of prospective students,”Jason Cook, Baylor’s vice-president of marketing and communications and chief marketing officer said.

Mazanec moves to BRIC

Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative occupy renovated space in the old General Tire & Rubber Co. plant. Researchers, students and industry professionals can all collaborate in the space for projects that involve ventures to turn ideas into revenues.

BRIC will expand its reach in the local area by issuing building permits. According to the Waco office of Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), Mazanec Construction plans on building two office suites as well as a conference room and a research lab on the second level.

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