SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
Quicksand works slow; boxing rings are square
Neighbor Grover sez he can’t understand why Noah didn’t swat those two mosquitoes. O ur sweet daughter-in-law
Noelia and sons Kev in and Agustin are visiting her family in Jalapa, Vera Cruz, Mexico this month. Full Story
Milano: Where the railroad met the tomato
Milano, the crossroads of Sante Fe and International & Great Northern railroads, was a small metropolis of sorts.
The original union station building served both rail companies as a passenger, baggage and express depot. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
Inmate wielding lock-in-a-sock straightened up
A recent news story on legislative debate concerning continued funding for a chaplaincy program in the Texas Department of Corrections garnered my attention and got me to thinking about a “then new” idea with which I had some experience 45 years ago. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
Elderly have rights guaranteed by government
A t life’s start we are totally dependent on others to sur vive, and toward its end the same care from others is necessary.
Through the ages in most societies the aged are respected and even revered for their journey through live. Full Story
‘Lifelong companions’ have big roles to play
This past weekend my family gathered at the historic Stagecoach Inn in Salado to celebrate Margia’s birthday and I couldn’t help but think about what it means to be “Margia’s husband”.
Those of you that know me know that I’m not one to do much looking back, but indulge me for just this once. Full Story
Going to miss our friends, John & Sandra
Our church had to say good-bye to a true friend on Sunday. It was Pastor John Warren’s last Sunday at St. John’s United Methodist Church. He’s moving to Orange, Texas this week. Full Story
Q: You never hear much about tornadoes happening in other countries. Do they occur all over the world?
A: The answer is yes, said Brent McRoberts of Texas A&M University. Full Story