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Dancing with the past

Terry Ashby, a member of the Choctaw Nation, posed for artists at The White Buffalo Gallery on Saturday and then performed Native American dances for onlookers. Sculptor Margaret Drake worked…

Letter to the Editor: The ‘Big Top’ … or ‘pup tent’

Letter to the Editor: The ‘Big Top’ … or ‘pup tent’

Whether we like it or not, Somervell County registered voters will be casting ballots for the creation of a hospital district on May 11, 2013.  You have the opportunity to…

Monet Gerald on Understanding Congress: Why you should care about sequestration

Monet Gerald on Understanding Congress: Why you should care about sequestration

Politicians’ jargon, like that of lawyers and doctors, can become very confusing for the everyday citizen, so much so that we often treat them like lawyers and doctors — assume…

Lee Hamilton’s Comments on Congress: Tired of budget shenanigans? Here’s an answer

Lee Hamilton’s Comments on Congress: Tired of budget shenanigans? Here’s an answer

We are weary of a government that appears addicted to budgeting-by-crisis. Congress must return to a fair and structured way of debating and reaching consensus on the divisive issues that…

Fossil Rim, Tarleton sign formal agreement to foster learning, research

Fossil Rim, Tarleton sign formal agreement to foster learning, research

  By Kurt Mogonye Tarleton State University STEPHENVILLE — Officials from both Tarleton State University and Fossil Rim Wildlife Center gathered Wednesday to formally create a partnership that will implement…

Randy Mac’s Livin’ It Up!: Varmint combo turned carnivores into veggiesaurs

Randy Mac’s Livin’ It Up!: Varmint combo turned carnivores into veggiesaurs

Most likely few, if any, who read this installation of “Livin’ It Up!” will know that for several years I was the voice of “PaPa Mac” with “Jon Rivers and…

Sandra Reed’s Life Care Planning: Backlog of veteran’s claims hits seniors and young

Sandra Reed’s Life Care Planning: Backlog of veteran’s claims hits seniors and young

Claims Backlog of Recent War Veterans Makes News Multiple news sources recently reported that more than 900,000 disability claims are backlogged at the Veterans Administration. More than 243,000 veterans waited…

Texans urged to save 40 gallons of water, save money

Texans urged to save 40 gallons of water, save money

By Kay Ledbetter Texas AgriLife Extension Service COLLEGE STATION – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is strengthening its challenge to Texans to save millions of gallons of water annually as…

Art on the Square returns Saturday, April 20

Art on the Square returns Saturday, April 20

Artists and vendors, it’s that time again. The monthly Art on the Square opens at 10 a.m., Saturday, April 20. To rent space, call the Glen Rose Convention & Visitors…

Choctaw dancer to perform April 20 at White Buffalo Gallery

Choctaw dancer to perform April 20 at White Buffalo Gallery

Terry Ashby of the Choctaw Nation will again be at the White Buffalo Gallery to perform a colorful Native American dance. He will be available from 1 to 3 p.m. on…

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