Texas ready to celebrate 175th ‘birthday’
This is the first in a series on Texas’ 175th birthday observance. N ative Americans populated the area we know today as Texas.
When immigrants began populating the United States, Texas was a vast w ilderness to the southwest. Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
When relatives come to ‘stay for awhile’
Recently I read an article where someone recalled when relatives came to live with them “in town.” This migration usually enabled the guest relative to leave farm life and find a “city job.” Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
Microsoft isn’t giving you a million pounds
The Microsoft E-mail Scam showed up on Dorot hy Gause’s computer in Gause, using every trick to get personal data from the victim.
The scam, sent from the United Kingdom, explained, how you could win one million English pounds w ithout entering the contest or buying a ticket . Full Story
COMMENTS FROM CHERYL
‘Do Well, Be Well with Diabetes’ series offered
I f you are a diabetic or a family member of a diabetic, the upcoming “Do Well, Be Well with Diabetes” classes are for you. The classes are a four-part series to cover the nutritional and medical concerns of diabetics. Full Story
KNOW YOUR CITY
Residents can pay bill, report outages online
Since Feb. 18, the City’s website has been live and online. We have received “ hits” on the website from many states and even foreign countries like Germany, Australia, France, England and Spain. If you haven’t explored our website, you might be interested in some of the features on the website. Full Story
Cancer is debilitating in canines too
Cancer is a debilitating disease affecting millions of Americans daily. The same is true for animals, as approximately 50 percent of all dogs over the age of 10 will be diagnosed with some form of cancer. Being aware of the possibility of cancer in your canine and having your veterinarian perform regular checkups can help to ensure that you are doing the best for your dog. Full Story