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A weekly article that will offer information concerning the Kilgore Fire Department and provide safety tips for home and family. Holiday safety is an issue that burns brightest during the holiday … more
THE month of May is designated a “color me purple” month from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Cystic Fibrosis affects the lungs and the fight for breath virtually turns the patient a bluish- purple in times of distress. The allergens and viruses found in the springtime can make living a harsh reality. And just because the end of the month is drawing near doesn’t mean the fight is over, in fact it’s just the opposite for those who suffer and their families who attempt to breathe for them. more
At the mere mention of a Christmas tree people start talking, senses take over and so do the stories. “WHEN I was a little girl there was no such thing as buying a tree or owning an artificial … more
A copy editor recently posed an interesting question to colleagues on social media: Should he continue trying to maintain a distinction between “entitled” and “titled”? Or should he start … more
The headline on a Barna Group report out this past April (based on interviews conducted between April and August of 2018) was “1 in 4 Practicing Christians Struggles to Forgive Someone”. The details of that report indicated that 23% of practicing Christians (defined as those Christians who said that their faith is very important in their lives and who had attended a worship service in the preceding month) reported that they could identify someone whom they could not forgive, and of those only 28% said that they wished they could forgive that person. So, more than 16 out of 100 practicing Christians identified someone they could not forgive and did not even want to forgive them! more
During the ‘60s Kilgore rose to the top in the regional entertainment field with such venues as Fat City showcasing rising stars. Kilgore became affluent with bands and musicians with some making … more
Ralph Northam is in the eye of a political and media hurricane because he allegedly appears in his medical school year-book in blackface. Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine, Nancy Pelosi and many other names in the democratic party, and a few republicans, are now calling for Northam’s resignation. He’s now in survival mode over an incident that occurred over 30 years ago, well before he entered politics. Ralph Northam’s political quandary raises interesting questions. When is repentance and demonstrated change over a course of decades not enough anymore? Does our secular culture no longer have a category of grace and forgiveness? more
Paradise is where you make it and according to Lori Russell, activity coordinator over the memory care unit at Arabella’s Senior Living, their garden area fits the description. “We have some … more
Like humans, pets experience a complex array of emotions. The loss of a beloved human or a housemate can be devastating to animals in a household, leading to a period of grief and mourning. It … more
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