At The Corral Gate 08/28/2014 by Enola Gay
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Miller Grove News 08/27/2014

Another week of August heat! I am looking forward to the cooler temperatures that should be just around the corner. Phillip Jennings had a nice retirement party Friday afternoon. Cake and punch were served to FEC employees to celebrate Phillip’s last official day of work. Sunday afternoon the County Line School historical marker program committee met to discuss the inscription that was proposed by the state historical commission. We...

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Tira News 08/27/2014 by Jan Vaughn

The Tira City Council will hold their regular quarterly meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 2nd at the Tira Community Center. The public is always welcome and encouraged to attend. Kim & Lee Beck’s daughter just returned from vacation at Orange Beach, Alabama. Word is that she is “all tanned and waterlogged, after enjoying the surf and a Hobie Cat ride.” She is ready to begin classes at Tarrant County Junior College next...

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Brashear News 08/27/2014
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Brashear News 08/27/2014

School Days! School Days! Good ol’ Golden Rule Days. It has officially begun all around the county. Good luck to all of the educators, administrators, support staff, and the best students in the country. I am not prejudiced at all. Just stating the facts. I would like to express my appreciation to several people who helped make the Clothes Drive a success last Saturday. If I miss anyone just know that I do know that you were an...

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RATTLESNAKES AND BIRTHDAY CAKES, AUGUST 28, 2014 # 1347

Sunday afternoon daughter in law Jinger Williams was riding her bike on County Road 1170 south of Charleston and saw a four foot long, canebrake rattlesnake crawling across. She called Jean to see if we wanted to see it and we headed toward her, just around the corner by the Templeton gate. I was afraid it would crawl off in the woods before we could get there but for some reason it stopped just off the road and coiled up. Since these...

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Brashear News 08/20/2014
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Brashear News 08/20/2014

I would like to start out by expressing my thanks to everyone who has donated clothes to our Clothes Sale. Brashear Baptist loaded my truck up and we so appreciate their contribution. We will officially stop collecting clothes Thursday to get everything ready for the Sale. Please do not forget to tell everyone who needs clothes—Saturday, August 23rd, First Methodist Church. Every item is priced to sell $0.25. Imagine clothes, shoes,...

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Miller Grove by Brandon Darrow 08/19/2014

This week’s news is a little more eventful that the last few weeks. Weather has turned hot on us but that is expected for August! We have had a very mild summer, which I am very thankful for. Friday I took off of work early to go see my cousin Tiffney Darrow graduate from nursing school. Our cousin, Nathan Petty, also went with me. The ceremony was held in the Whatley Center at Northeast Texas Community College just outside of Mt....

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BACULITES AND LITTLE LEAGUE, AUGUST 21, 2014, #1346

Many people living within a few miles of North Sulphur don’t appreciate the fossil treasures which abound there. Understandably, not every person is interested in the same thing, but for those interested in fossils, North Sulphur is a place some paleontologists drive hundreds of miles to visit. For as long as I can remember I have looked in channel gravel for sharks’ teeth. Thousands of years ago this part of Texas was under water and...

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Brashear News  by Debbie Young 08/13
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Brashear News by Debbie Young 08/13

Wow what a difference with a cold front coming in, the north wind in August is simply wonderful. Hope you are getting out for a day or two and enjoying the balmy like weather. By this weekend, I think we may be back in the 100’s. After all, it is August. School is about to start and there are a lot of things going on. First, get used to school zone speeds again. I know this is hard but you can do it. Next, if you have school-age...

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Tira News by Jan Vaughn 08/13
Aug13

Tira News by Jan Vaughn 08/13

North Hopkins students will return to classes on Monday, August 25th. Elementary “Meet the Teacher” will be held on Thursday, August 21st at 6:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The Weir family participated in My Bowl, a fundraiser for the Special Olympics bowling team, on the weekend of August 2nd. Yvonne reports, “Dustin, Natalie, and Dakota Weir and Ashley Cline were on our team.” Their team name was Weir Wesley’s Oddballs. Destri...

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