Can you feel it? We're only one week away from the holiday upon us. To make sure the rest of Thanksgiving goes without a hitch, we have four nifty gadgets I find to be most helpful for the most common cooking needs for a Thanksgiving meal. These tools are of course also helpful outside of Thanksgiving, so acquiring these won't feel like a waste of money.
I was preaching in a little Baptist church in Estes Park, Colorado when Devin Kelly blasted his way into the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas.
The Economic Development Partnership Group discussed continued progress, the importance of education and future growth at their regular monthly meeting held Tuesday.
I’m out in our backyard often due to all of our little furry friends who have to go potty. So imagine my surprise when looking out our window, I spotted a yellowish green item sitting in the middle of our rough terrain outside.
It was Halloween, Oct. 31, 500 years ago. A little-known monk left the monastery where he lived and walked, almost unnoticed, the few blocks to a church at the other end of the street.
This Tuesday miniature ghosts, goblins and super heroes will emerge at dusk to comb the streets in search of candy. It is a long tradition in America, one I grew up with as a child and one I enjoyed as a parent.
This week I was called to jury duty. I’m geeky and I actually enjoy the process of government. For some reason I’ve felt busier than normal and did not really feel that excited about this opportunity. Dutifully, I showed up at the courthouse before 9 a.m. on Tuesday as required of me. Yes, jury duty is required. From my search on the internet, a person can be fined for being a no-show.
Halloween has been a time honored tradition since the founding of our community in the 1850’s. That tradition continues this coming Monday night when the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce hosts a “Trick or Trunk” downtown. Before you dress up the kids and head downtown here’s a few facts you may wish to share with them.
Same Kind of Different As Me opens in movie theaters this week on Oct. 20. I first stumbled across the story in 2010 when my son-in-law suggested it to me. The book had been out since 2005, a true story that bridges the social and racial divisions of our day.
Two Navarro County Commissioners joined every member of the Corsicana City Council at the Oct. 3 Economic development Partnership meeting. The possibility of the council members attendance is noted in public announcements and ensures that it wasn’t a violation of the Open Meetings Act.