Prayer & Patience
Morning Star Ranch brings new light to lives through faith
A ndy and Rita Kay Isaacs don’t consider t hemselves visionaries, just loyal stewards of God and his grace. The couple, who have been married 26 years, began their lives together in the Dallas area after survivng divorces and raising Rita’s four children. Through prayers and following the directions of their faith they have ended up in Milam County. Full Story
WORD FROM THE WIFE
‘Undecorating’ is a dirty word
Merr y Christmas to all and to all a good night! I say that because it’s still Christmas at our house. I cannot seem to get all this stuff packed in the appropriate boxes, bags and cabinets. It’s not because I’m not working hard (although I appreciate any phone call or visit to interrupt my lame attempts at undecorating). Full Story
Members of this family gathered for a photo to commemorate five generations. Full Story
Nathan and Regena Baker of Cedar Creek are proud to announce the marriage of their son, Ryan, to Allison Terveen, daughter of Melinda and Dede Terveen of Arlington. Full Story
— John and Terry Blanchard of Rockdale and Dean and Stephanie Hilker of Missouri announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter, Samantha Hilker, to Wade Binion, son of Pete and Beckie Binion Full Story
SENIOR CITIZENS MENU
Tuesday— Chili mac casserole, Mexican corn, whole wheat bread, hot spiced peaches, sugar cookie, 2% milk.
Wednesday— Chicken Brunswick stew, green beans, cornbread, citrus cup, 2% milk.
Thursday—Smothered pork chop, sweet potatoes, mixed vegetables, whole wheat roll, pear crisp, 2% milk. Full Story
Michael Hooter and Lauri Pendleton.
Kenneth Stanford and Merri Trdy.
Mike Hinostrosa and Maria Rodriguez.
Brigid Leigh Havens and Jeffery Lee Havens. Full Story
Taken from community calendars. For additions, call 446-5838.
Jan. 13— Paula Coats, Odis Courtney, Ruby Cannady, Stella Booker.
Jan. 14—Eric Kane Coats, Bobby Joe Wilson II, Leticia Hill, Jeanie Menke.
Jan. 15—Jacob Catalina, Lynette Taylor, Al Atkins.
Jan. 16—Samantha McCary, Faye Key, Mike Gerren, Craig Wallace, Barton Crane. Full Story
The Tuckers to headline on Opry stage Saturday
This month’s Milano Opry is set for Saturday, Jan. 15 at the Milano High School auditorium. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7. Admission is $7 and children 10 and under get in free.
Headliners for the month are The Tuckers from Waco, with special guest 10- and 12-year old siblings Brendon and Vanessa Mak of Houston and A.T. Shuffield of Cameron. Full Story
Baptist youth set fund-raisers
Gause Baptist Church youth w ill sponsor a Sunday lunch fund-raiser on Sunday, Jan. 16. The meal will consist of ham, baked beans, potato salad, rolls, drink and dessert for $7 per plate.
On Sat urday, Jan. 22, t he group will have a bake sale on the porch of Coats Grocery from 8-11 a.m. They are also taking orders for enchilada plates to be delivered on Friday, Jan. 28 to your home. Full Story