‘Mockingbird’s’ been an old friend 52 years
The Kay Theatre’s classic movie at 7 p.m. Tuesday will be “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
There are a few works of fiction that are so good they can be called transforming, and there are a few so powerful they are personally meaningful to an individual throughout life.
“To Kill a Mockingbird” is both. Full Story
Mistakes are normal, ‘fessing up should be
INK IN THE BLOOD
It is said that males make more mistakes than females. That may or may not be true.
What is true is that male pride often makes the “stronger” sex less apt to confess to an error in judgment.
Thankfully, I learned at an early age that confession is good for the soul or whatever curative that humble stripping down to the inner self provides. Full Story
Differences between IRS agents, scammers
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
It’s no surprise scam calls are received during tax season. I get telephone calls reporting attempts crooks make.
Callers ask for information needed when a person receives a call from someone identifying themselves as an IRS agent with the bad news about income tax owed and a must-pay-now mandate. Full Story
Commissioners plan polling place change
At Monday’s commissioners court meeting we made the decision to request that the Secretary of State of Texas allow Milam County to implement the Countywide Election Day Polling Precincts program.
I described this program to you in one of my articles back in December. Full Story
RHS Class of ‘57 had its dreams—Part XII
This is the 12th in a periodic series of “memoirs” of the RHS Class of 1957 compiled from memories of class members Gary Jackson, Billy Sager, the late John Terry Yoakum and Lavada Yoakum. I n the fall of 1953, Murray
Avenue got paved and the city limits sign read 4,550. Full Story
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