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The investment world recently observed a milestone: the longest bull market in history. But what does this mean to you, as an individual investor? For one thing, it suggests that patience and … more
Countless things I’ve never wanted to be… chief among them: a school teacher, though I count some teachers among my greatest influences. Having said that, the fact that I don’t want to be a teacher doesn’t mean I can’t critique their methods. more
It was an informative and somewhat delightful start to Thursday morning of this week as the Chamber of Commerce hosted their monthly Morning Brew at the Kilgore Police Department. Chief Todd Hunter set the scene by offering a door prize of a two day/two night stay at the Kilgore Police Department’s Bulldog Bed & Breakfast. He kept his audience’s attention “captive” through a Powerpoint presentation on updated equipment and the various areas of expertise provided by officers and staff both on and off the clock. more
I once heard a minister remark, quite smugly, that Jesus’ sermon on the mount tells us nothing about what we should believe but everything about how we, as Christians, should live. However, on the … more
A weekly article that will offer information concerning the Kilgore Fire Department and provide safety tips for home and family.In a recent study there were an estimated annual 90,000 … more
The headline read “Church as we know it is over”. Article author Dave Adamson, a “social media pastor”, claimed the “location-centric” “physical attendance model” is “dead” and recommended an “audience-centric” model, both physical and “omni-channel” digital, likened to a lane-less swimming pool. more
Oh, it was all there. The traditional fare of fried chicken, banana pudding, baked beans, cold watermelon and so much more could be found this week at the Danville Cemetery Memorial Picnic. While the … more
“This is so strange,” she said. “I have wanted to paint my entire life and just couldn’t no matter how hard I tried. Even my sister said I couldn’t paint my way out of a paper bag.” Local artist Paula Cullum Jamerson says it with a laugh: “And that’s the truth, I couldn’t.” more
The Fourth of July can mean family fun, including food and fireworks, but the more I study history, political science, and theology, the less comfortable I am with the events of July 4, 1776. Now, … more
IN celebration of her 100th birthday, Ms. Lou Hanks was honored last week with a proclamation from Mayor Ronnie Spradlin at Forest Home Baptist Church where she has been a member since 1938 and … more
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