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Letter to the Editor: A call for Squaw Valley golfers to band together

Letter to the Editor: A call for Squaw Valley golfers to band together

[Editor's note: This has been corrected to note that the meeting referred to in letter is at 10 a.m. Thursday, July 25, in the judge's conference room. Citizen comments will…

Lee Hamilton on Congress: Public’s lack of trust in government undermines our democracy

Lee Hamilton on Congress: Public’s lack of trust in government undermines our democracy

There is deep distaste for the extreme polarization and politicization that our government institutions have displayed. Back in June, Gallup released a survey that got a fair bit of attention…

Randy Mac’s Livin’ It Up: This home brew was a root beer bust

Randy Mac’s Livin’ It Up: This home brew was a root beer bust

When Robbie and I returned from our trip to Arkansas and walked into our apartment, I noticed immediately (since it was just inside the front door by the television) that…

Sandra Reed’s Life Care Planning: Additional ways to reduce resources to qualify for Medicaid

Sandra Reed’s Life Care Planning: Additional ways to reduce resources to qualify for Medicaid

Last week’s Life Care Planning column discussed strategies to qualify the spouse of a married couple for Medicaid long-term care assistance while the other spouse remains at home when the…

The War That Never Ends: Shooting of military sniper Chris Kyle raises new questions about whether PTSD should be a defense for murder

The War That Never Ends: Shooting of military sniper Chris Kyle raises new questions about whether PTSD should be a defense for murder

[This story appears on the cover of this month's Tarleton Magazine. It is reprinted with permission of the Tarleton State University Division of Advancement & External Relations. See the PDF here: Tarleton…

The Undercurrent: It takes a village – this village — to turn around downtown

The Undercurrent: It takes a village – this village — to turn around downtown

  Some friends from Cedar Hill south of Dallas drove their RV down to Glen Rose to stay at Oakdale Park over the July 4th holiday. When we met for…

Mayor supports hiring another city administrator for ‘competitive’ salary

Mayor supports hiring another city administrator for ‘competitive’ salary

By Kathryn Jones Editor Glen Rose Mayor Dennis Moore said Tuesday he wants to push ahead with the search for a new city administrator and favored paying a “competitive” salary…

July meetings calendar

July meetings calendar

Here is the meetings calendar for July courtesy of the Glen Rose/Somervell County Chamber of Commerce. Barnard’s Mill Art League July 9 6 p.m. Barnard’s Mill   Chamber of Commerce…

City Administrator West resigns

City Administrator West resigns

By Kathryn Jones Editor Glen Rose City Administrator Ken West resigned Monday after 15 months on the job. Reached at his Town Hall office, West said he had several reasons…

Wildlife sculptor, painter to demo at the White Buffalo Gallery July 6

Special to the Current Wildlife sculptor Douglas B. Clark and wildlife painter Mary Rabien will present a dual demonstration on Saturday, July 6, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at…

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