Publishers Note: When I first came to the community I was asked to cover the yearly pageant that the Fine Arts Club did.
By Special To The Journal
The Eastern Cass County School Retirees Association met Tuesday morning, Feb. 10th, at Queen City First Methodist Church in celebration of black history month.
By Lacy Gross
Two Atlanta legends were honored this past weekend.
By Tim Emmons
As the new year rolls by, many may find themselves slowing down and even quitting on their New Year’s resolutions.
By Jamie Jeans
Retirement has changed from what it used to be. We all have an ideal retirement we’re working towards. But in the new economy, fresh challenges stand between you and your dreams.
By Presented By John Merkel
A few weeks back when the county was ravaged by torrential rainfall several people found themselves stuck, and thwarted from further travel because of washed out roads.
By Shawn Larson
“But Bubba it’s the 29th of February…it’s my only day.”
“Sadie, Why do you think you can ask me to get hitched?”
In so many ways, what was once science fiction is rapidly becoming a reality. Nanotechnology, once a seemingly impossible idea is now becoming the future of medicine and engineering, thanks to Dr.
By Ken Bridges
Linden is doing great, ton’s of rain and washouts in areas but we are above the water level and moving on!
By City Administrator Update By Bob Swisher
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Feb. 20 established a clemency application specifically for survivors of human trafficking or domestic violence.
By Capitol Highlights By Ed Sterling
February is coming to a close and today is observing of Ash Wednesday.
By Rebecca Strutton
As a state and nation shaped by the diversity of our citizens, it is vital we recognize and celebrate the different races, nationalities, and backgrounds of the land we love.
McLeod’s varsity boys’ basketball team obtained a perfect district record (12-0) for the first time in school history Feb. 18, as they topped Detroit, 79-37.
By Tim Emmons Temmons@casscountynow.com
Fourteen members of the Queen City High School Shooting Sports Team attended the San Antonio Junior Shoot-Out last weekend which is held in conjunction with the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo eve
Atlanta’s softball team placed third in the Carthage Tournament over the weekend. Photos by KENISHA WEBSTER
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JANUARY 2018 - DOC LAKE
SPECIES CAUGHT - Yellow Perch
By Local Fisherman Paul Hale
The Linden Economic Development Corporation has recently implemented its Grant Program to benefit existing businesses located in the city limits of Linden.
By Lacy Gross
The Lion’s Club of Linden met on Thursday, Feb. 20 at the County Seat Café. Items discussed included the upcoming Wild Flower Trails on April 25.
By Jamie Jeans
Salem Missionary Baptist Church of Linden is celebrating their Annual Pastor’s Aide Program on March 1, 2020 at 3 p.m. Rev. Roy F. Bailey is the pastor.
Due to the sensitive nature of individual prayer requests I decided to offer specific things that we can pray for this week that is a bit more general.
I was on social media the other day and ran across a project of the Brooklyn Art Library.
By Ken Ansell
Bloomburg senior Madison Clayton has been recruited and offered an athletic scholarship from Midway University in Midway, Kentucky where she will attend and play tennis.
About 20 years ago my profession changed from records management (boring) to sales which was much more interesting dealing with people
Kenneth Wayne Stewart age 64, passed away in his home Sunday, February 23, 2020, surrounded by family and loved ones.
Susan Smith Novak, age 37, passed away on Saturday, January 25, 2020, in San Antonio, TX. She was born on June 8, 1982, in Atlanta, TX to Linda and Steven Smith.
Sheila Stanton Robinson, age 49, of Atlanta, Texas went to be with the Lord Monday, February 17, 2020 at her residence.
Audie Beatrice “Bea” Sikes Chamblee, age 84, of Queen City, Texas, went to be with the Lord, Monday, February 3, 2020, at her residence surrounded by family.
Larry Kevin Taylor, age 52, of Clarksville, passed away Wednesday, February 5, 2020, at his residence.
Carol Bumgarner Foster was born September 13, 1937 in Kannapolis, North Carolina to A. B. and Ellen Bumgarner. She passed away February 6, 2020.