Fate: ‘Bridle-trained horses just don’t cut it’
Exactly a month ago in this space we reprinted some delightful stories from Fate Arnwine, a 1957 graduate of Aycock High School who now resides in Middleburgh, New York. Full Story
For the Love of Gina Benefit this Sunday
There is going to be a very special benefit on Sunday, June 22, starting at 10 a.m. at Apache Pass.
It’s called For the Love of Gina Benefit. Gina Rolan Smith Daily was recently diagnosed with cancer. Please come help to celebrate the strength of Gina and to support her fight.
Barbecue brisket plates will be sold for $8.50, 11 a.m. until sold out. Full Story
SPOILIN’ THE BROTH
A farm kid’s take on basic training
Neighbor Grover sez to survive in life you need three bones: a wishbone, a backbone and a funny bone. H ere, courtesy of Full Story
Self-insure is best
What do you think about auto club memberships like AAA?
Jeremy Dear Jeremy, Full Story
INK IN THE BLOOD
Quotes good for reporters, not much for public figures
“I like your column about Charlie Wilson. Sounds like you know him pretty well, like maybe y’all’s hats hung from some of the same bedposts.” — Joe Tonahill, renowned attorney and bon vivant. R eporters love good quotes. They make a story more real, more human. Full Story
Budget planning begins
I t’s that time of year again when we begin the budget planning process for the coming year. Milam County is on a calendar year basis (January to January) whereas some of the governmental entities such as cities and schools are on a Sept 30-Oct. 1 budget year. Full Story
MILAM COUNTY T.R.I.A.D.
PC repair callers not really wanting to help out
Scammers are always looking for new tricks. A new method of hacking your computer is using the telephone. The use of old technology to breach security on your personal computer is working in many cases. Full Story