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Letter to the Editor: Emergencies show need for hospital, district

Letter to the Editor: Emergencies show need for hospital, district

 As I contemplate the upcoming election, including whether or not to have a hospital district, and the effects it can have on our community if we lose our local hospital,…

Lee Hamilton: Congress falls short on national security

Lee Hamilton: Congress falls short on national security

Our system is based on the premise that better policy emerges if the President and Congress work together. It depends on Congress holding executive policies up to the light and…

Letter to the Editor: Bug is part of Glen Rose’s ‘quirkiness’

Letter to the Editor: Bug is part of Glen Rose’s ‘quirkiness’

I have lived in Glen Rose for a little over three years. I have not only grown to love Glen Rose, but now consider it my home. I have always loved…

The Love Bug: Supporters rally around the VW Bug ‘landmark’ as TV news crew films report

The Love Bug: Supporters rally around the VW Bug ‘landmark’ as TV news crew films report

By Kathryn Jones Editor Between 30 and 40 supporters of the painted Volkswagen “Bug” on The Junkyard Dog property showed up Wednesday morning to show their solidarity as a Channel…

Glen Rose’s painted ‘Bug’ to be subject of TV news story

Glen Rose’s painted ‘Bug’ to be subject of TV news story

By Kathryn Jones Editor The painted Volkswagen “Bug” that’s been threatened with removal for violating a junk car ordinance will be the subject of a TV news story about the…

Sandra Reed’s Life Care Planning: Texas wedding vows: To love, honor and support

Sandra Reed’s Life Care Planning: Texas wedding vows: To love, honor and support

By Sandra W. Reed Spring is in the air and with it the sound of wedding bells. And those bells are ringing, not just for the young. Lots of seniors…

Somervell County Citizens Center March menu

Somervell County Citizens Center March menu

Here’s the March menu at the Citizens Center:…

The Undercurrent: A first for Glen Rose — and hopefully not the last incentive to attract business

The Undercurrent: A first for Glen Rose — and hopefully not the last incentive to attract business

By Kathryn Jones Local government sometimes uses tax abatements to lure new business. But short of giving tax breaks, cities such as Glen Rose are using an economic development tool…

Randy Mac’s Livin’ It Up: Call me a dead ringer for love

Randy Mac’s Livin’ It Up: Call me a dead ringer for love

I visited recently with my longtime friend and fellow member of the 1973 graduating class of Barbers Hill High School, Kenneth Barrow. I met him in 1965 when my family…

Council appoints new members of city boards

Council appoints new members of city boards

By Kathryn Jones Editor The Glen Rose City Council appointed members to the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of Adjustments at the monthly council meeting Monday evening. Anthony…

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