Over 20+ years ago, the Angelina County Drug Free All-Stars program was in its infancy and I'm proud to say that I was a part of the committee to oversee its development. In addition to recognizing area seniors who made the commitment to be drug free, we wanted to find funds to provide sc…
Today, May 7th, is designated as the National Day of Prayer. Certainly, everyday should be a day of prayer as it is for so many across the world. But, still, it's encouraging and refreshing to see many individuals, communities, and organizations putting together prayer events for th…
Hamster...in the picture above we are all doing our best hamster impression. Why? It's a long story. Well, 144 pages long. You see, I had the privilege and fun of reading a story at Nettie Marshall Elementary this morning.
Today, Saturday, is Ambucs Sonic Day in Lufkin and Diboll. Please stop by any of the 3 Sonic locations in Lufkin (South First, N. Timberland, or Frank Street) and in Diboll (Hwy 59 North) are donating 30% of the sales to Lufkin Ambucs.
Night number two of the Angelina Benefit Rodeo produced some more outstanding rides in the KICKS 105/Cavenders Mutton Bustin' Championships. There were a total of 3 80+ point rides and the same number of 90+ point rides.
Two 90 point rides highlighted night number one of the Mutton Bustin' Championships Wednesday night at the Angelina Benefit Rodeo, but when the dust settled and the fleece cleared, 7 year old Emma Heckendorn of Hudson took home the trophy with a ride of 91 points.
Some outstanding young men and women paid a visit to the Merrell in the Morning Show Wednesday morning. Leadership Tomorrow is made up of Angelina County high school juniors who are leaders at their schools and in their communities.
You couldn't have scripted the final night of mutton bustin' at the Nacogdoches Pro Rodeo and Steer Show any better. On a night that saw the best scores of the 3 nights of riding, Kaleb Eddings of Nacogdoches was holding on to the lead with a score of 82 points with one rider to go.
Night number two of the Nacogdoches Pro Rodeo and Steer Show featured 10 more cowboys and cowgirls trying for the top ride in the KICKS 105 Mutton Bustin' competition, sponsored by Deep East Texas Electric Co-op.