Coaches say the darndest things, thankfully
Neighbor Grover sez if you
think nobody cares about you,
try missing a couple of payments.
Sports quotes, we all love ‘em. These are from my collection which grows steadily. Although we’re heading to the Super Bowl, these involve quotes mostly from college coaches over the years: Full Story
Being funny (on purpose) is serious business
I’m probably the last person to get in on the Jay Leno-Conan O’Brien situation.
Call me old school but when Johnny Carson left late-night television that was it for me too.
But I understand O’Brien, who is certainly talented, had to give up his time slot with nothing more to soothe his hurt feelings than several million dollars. Full Story
‘Good Nabours’ bailed out county in 1895
This is the fourth in a series of articles on the Milam County Courthouse.
In 1895 Milam County was doing business with the Milam County Bank when the bank failed.
County deposits were $10,692. At this time in history there was no insurance of deposits.
William A. Nabours was county treasurer. Full Story
‘Having style’ can be elusive
Once in a while, someone writes about people “having style.”
This reference often deals with fashion but, usually, if you’re described as having style it probably has to do with more than clothing. It’s a look, a demeanor and an attitude.
Somehow style always seemed to elude me. Full Story
‘Dealing with change’ topic of next Waco Family Summit
Families survived change throughout 2009 and this year will be a continuing struggle.
The Central Texas Family Issues Summit is a regional program sponsored by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service to provide cutting-edge information on topics for families and professionals facing changes. Full Story
Don’t get scammed helping Haiti
Ha it i need s help bad ly as the country tries to reover from the devastating earthquake.
Many Texans will give generously to charitable organizations to help as much as they can, helping people they do not know, nor will they ever meet.
The Texas Attorney General’s Office warns that you should examine a few things before you open your wallets and purses. Full Story