Milano featured surplus, lodges, lots of music
This is the final article in the series on Milano. A s time passed, T. E. Walker and Son operated a General
Store and Gulf Service Station.
It was located on the east side of town, just before you get to the east Intersection of Texas 36 to Caldwell and US 79 to Hearne. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
Southern gospel music grew in rural churches
Chances are, if you grew up in the rural Texas or the South, you’ve had some exposure to southern gospel music. Full Story
SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
Wake up, Washington: we’re in a heap of trouble
Neighbor Grover sez people tend to forget that marriage is the N0. 1 cause of divorce. T he following story appeared in USA TODAY last Wednesday. I don’t read a lot of area daily newspapers, but the two I do read did not carry this story.
Read it and draw your own conclusions: Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
One ‘fuel saver’ actually set the car on fire
Gas prices at the pump are constantly moving. Gasoline is driving the price up on all products.
Trucking lines must pass the cost of gas on to the consumers. The price of gas is altering the average person’s lifestyle. Some vacations are postponed. Trips to town are reduced. Full Story
I BLEED MAROON
Potty training has our family ‘pooped’ out
Whoever told me that potty-training girls is easier than potty-training boys is dead wrong. In 15 years when our now three-yearold daughter is reading this in horror she will appreciate my hubby Buck and me a little more. Full Story
‘Life liberty, pursuing happiness’ in Thorndale
I looked over as Mayor Billy Simank walked into the room from an appointment with a client, plying his trade as a real estate broker. Full Story