Celebration, reunion set Sept. 26-28
A homecoming celebration, or reunion as it is being called, for all former Central High and H.B. Pemberton students has been scheduled for Sept. 26-28 at the Marshall Convention Center.
Pelican Bay woman pleads guilty to killing husband, burying him in front yard
Former governor to speak at Davidson meeting
Former Texas Governor Mark White will be the speaker at the annual fall meeting of the Davidson Foundation held at the Josephine Davidson Memorial Chapel situated on Davidson Road at the center of the
TxDOT offers free child seat safety checks
Parents and caregivers are urged to have their child safety seats checked for free as the Texas Department of Transportation kicks off National Child Passenger Seat Week.
East Texas Baptist’s Sulton to present recital today
Randall S. Sulton, Professor of Music at East Texas Baptist University, will present a faculty piano recital at 7 p.m., today, Sept. 16 in Mabee Recital Hall located in the Jenna Guest Music Building
Books in the Basin: Award-winning author finds inspiration in Midland
Midland Reporter-Telegram / Mon, 15 Sep 2014 23:37:00 -0500
Editor’s Note: This is Part 1 of a three-part series on local authors participating in next month’s Books in the Basin.
Hispanic Heritage Month Profile: Mariano J. Gauna
amarillo.com / Mon, 15 Sep 2014 23:51:16 +0000
Editor’s Note: This is a feature in a series profiling some of Amarillo’s prominent leaders in the Hispanic community. The Amarillo Globe-News will publish one story each day from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Decorated veteran, boxing coach, businessman, deputy and mentor to many were just some of the hats worn by Mariano J. Gauna.
Born in Tucumcari, N.M., on Sept. 9, 1921, to Perfecto and Mencia Gauna, Gauna spent his childhood years in Clovis, N.M., and later moved to Amarillo.
Smithsonian exhibit installed at Weisman Cooperative
Fourteen crates bearing pieces of the Smithsonian Institution’s highly acclaimed traveling exhibit, “Journey Stories” arrived in Marshall on Monday.
Knife and Fork: Hearty, healthy meal can be made with few ingredients
Midland Reporter-Telegram / Mon, 15 Sep 2014 23:40:00 -0500
With the cold snap last week, my first thought for food was something nice and warm. But it was also wet and I just wasn’t up to driving through puddles and dodging the rain. Instead, I opted for a ho
T-Bone Walker Blues Festival could add extra day, stage as it moves to June
T-Bone Walker Blues Festival organizers are looking at how to expand the annual event after what they say was a successful first year in Longview.
Gregg County Commissioners adopt budget, freeze pay schedule
Gregg County commissioners unanimously approved a roughly $61 million budget Monday while also unanimously deciding to freeze the county’s salary schedule to help create a new base pay plan.
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