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Unmet expectations result in disappointment. Our expectations are often reasonable. But how do we develop reasonable expectations of God? We know what he’s like and what he’s promised to … more
The Marlboro advertising campaign featuring rugged men smoking a cigarette may have been one of the most brilliant advertisement campaigns of all time. Over the years, 1954 to 1999, many men were … more
I like “like.” Specifically, I like “like” to mean “such as.” And the reason I like “like” is because so many of the writers I edit have been conditioned to dislike “like.” … more
Betsy in Albany had a great question about “I” versus “me.” Consider the sentence: “John’s hidden agenda was to make George and I say nice things about him.” Should that “I” be … more
Diabetes, or diabetes mellitus, is not the most common disease found in pets, but it can be a serious health concern if not treated. Caring for a pet with diabetes may seem daunting, but many pet … more
Nearly 54 million Americans cope with special needs, nearly one-fifth, have physical, sensory or intellectual disabilities. One out of every 26 families reported raising children with a disability. … more
THE consensus from some local retailers is one of relief as we move on into the New Year. Sales for the month of December started out slow as locals competed with on-line purchases, but true to Kilgoreites’ nature, they dug in and offered it all to pull in the last minute sales. more
OK, yeah, it’s tough sledding right now for the Kilgore High School Bulldogs. We’ve seen this before. It doesn’t happen often, but sometimes, the hard work, the effort and the drive just … more
I enjoyed Bill Woodall’s column in the ETC magazine last week. His talk of singing from the hymnal reminded me of something I remember from early childhood. I was too young to read the hymnal, so I tried to sing along with the adults aping their words. I was sing “What a fight to dread, what a fight to fear, leaning on the everlasting arms.” more
I am a KHS graduate and my kids are 3rd generation KISD students. I am deeply concerned about the direction in which our school district is headed. Discipline problems, teacher retention and low test … more
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