SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
Should be required daily reading for our politicos
Neighbor Grover sez he worries about the fact that what doctors do for a living is called “practice.” Y ou’ve probably seen this before, but it’s some of Thomas Jefferson’s common sense quotes that we all need to read frequently and our politicians need to read daily. Full Story
Gause had hotels, drug stores, cotton gins
Guarant y State Bank of Gause was chartered May 21, 1911, and was later renamed Gause State Bank.
It failed before the Gret Depression. On Jan. 31, 1927, it closed and accounts were moved to Citizens National Bank in Cameron.
Barber shops sprang up on Front Street in Gause. Some of the shops even had personalized mugs for a few customers. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
S-ssss sound has profound effect on life
I f we’re all truly honest about it, there are things in our lives that we really fear.
A couple of my fears emanate from the “S” sound, S-sssss, as in swimming and snakes. My mother inoculated me with both those terrors at an early age. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
Just ask yourself some simple questions
How was I selected for this scam? You might think that you would never fall for a scam, but are you positive about that statement?
Never underestimate the cunning powers of con artists. These criminals know what to say and when to say it They know what button to punch and how much pressure to apply. Full Story
Surveillance cameras headed to courthouse
We had a good meeting at Commissioners Court last week. We passed the county redistricting resolution establishing the revised precinct lines for Milam County for the next 10 years. Full Story
WORD FROM THE WIFE
Hoping for new RVFD Auxiliary cookbook
A group of us were talking recently about how the Firemen’s Auxiliary needs to come out with a new cookbook— it’s been several years now—but I’ve decided that I want them to just re-issue the original one. It is the most used cookbook on my shelves of many cookbooks. Now it is beginning to fall apart. Full Story