SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
Tips to maintain a healthy level of insanity
Neighbor Grover sez he wonders if it’s good if a vacuum really sucks. Full Story
Texas celebrated 175th birthday Wednesday
Texas Independence was one of the most dramatic events in Texas History. After a decade of Mexican rule, colonists in Texas wanted separation from Mexico.
Texas leaders sought political liberties and freedoms.
As one group of Texans was fighting for survival at the Alamo, another group of Texans was gathering at Washington-on-the- Brazos. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
Mercury made for real road test
Production of Mercury automobiles ceased at the end of 2010. That was a sad if predictable day.
Mercury’s demise reprises a lot of memories for the over-50 population and probably means little to anyone under 30. While I never owned a Mercury, in my teen and twenties decades it was considered a very good, stylish auto and well above my financial reach. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
‘Scottish banker’ wants help in stealing money
Supposedly during a bank aud it , S te phen He s ter, “group chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland” discovered an account with a large sum of money, that has been inactive for a considerable amount of time. Full Story
Indigent health program praised
A nother program that costs you, the taxpayers, of Milam County a lot of money is indigent healthcare.
Some people in our society might believe that people who have no insurance or otherwise don’t have the means to take care of themselves when they get sick just aren’t taken care of.
Well, consider this. Full Story