Two students from Harper were among the graduates earning degrees during fall commencement exercises at Baylor University. Kendall Baethge graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in
Past favorites join new entertainers to headline the Kerrville Renaissance Festival, coming Jan. 25-27, and Feb. 2-3, to the River Star Arts and Events Park and Hill Country Youth Event
Every year it seems, Hollywood races out historical docudrama meant to be a rallying cry to remind or influence Americans about a current political topic. Last year, Steven Spielberg rushed
Over the holidays I sat down to read stories to my threeyear-old granddaughter. Unable to bear another round of “Goodnight, Moon,” I grabbed a volume of my Childcraft books from
At minus 18 degrees, the human body fails. Organs shut down. The brain ceases to function. Blood solidifies. At least that’s what I thought. The staff at Northern Tier High
Each year, Central Texas Electric Cooperative sponsors an essay contest for high school students each year, and the winning students get to attend the Government-in-Action Youth Tour to Washington, D.C.
Only a small amount of rain fell in our area this past week. Hunters, line workers and ranchers did not seem to mind as pasture land is very, very muddy.
January is School Board Recognition Month and the staff and students of Doss Consolidated Common School District (CCSD) invite the community to thank every local school board for devoting time
The Newcomer’s group will hold its next monthly gathering on Thursday, Jan. 31 at the Camp Verde General Store in Camp Verde. Arrival time is 11:30 a.m. Newcomers is a
The first class in a three-part series, “Grow it Cook it,” will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 18, at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office