Pearl of Great Price Tabernacle
Proverbs 18:10, The name of the Lord is a strong tower, the righteous runneth into it and is safe.
By Pastor Susan Emmons
As we look forward to this year’s T-Bone Walker Day taking place on October 19th, I thought it may be fun and valuable to look back on the inception and legacy that is the T-Bone Walker Blues Fest
This month’s Second Saturday shopping even coincided with the Historic Highway 11 80 mile garage sale. Weather on Saturday was perfect for downtown shopping and visiting.
Linden Public Library
The Cass County appraisal board convened on Tuesday to consider the hiring of a third appraiser and adopting a new policy as it pertains to overtime.
By Lacy Gross
All is well in Linden, we are getting fall temps and starting to see fall colors. Which means Not long till Trunk or Treat, from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 31, on Linden Square.
By Bob Swisher
State budget writers likely will have more funds to meet the needs of Texas in the near term, based on information released Oct. 10 by the comptroller’s office.
By Ed Sterling
The recent report that University of Texas engineering professor Dr. John B.
AUSTIN — State budget writers likely will have more funds to meet the needs of Texas in the near term, based on information released Oct. 10 by the comptroller’s office.
By Ed Sterling
By Es Sterling
This letter is in response to the article about the Cass County Appraisal District budget and what was said about the employees working overtime.
Linden-Kildare battled Joaquin last Friday night, the highlight of the evening came right before halftime when the Tigers made a heroic interception.
Liinden-Kildare Band and Majorettes performed at halftime during the Linden-Kildare vs. Joaquin game at home Friday night.
Dollar General’s newest store at 700 S. Arkansas Ave. in Bloomburg is now open!
Atlanta hosted Hughes Springs last Friday night in its third district game of the season. The game was a back-and-forth affair in which the Mustangs eventually won 32-29.
By Tim Emmons
The Rabbs’ seventh grade continued their dominating season last Thursday night in Hughes Springs.
By Coach Matt Johnson
Atlanta High School fishermen Garen Dupree and Clayton Primrose performed well on Lake Fork finishing fourth out of 89 teams.
Mrs. Hutchinson’s sixth grade science classes at Morris Upchurch Middle School kicked off a new unit on Motion, Speed, Acceleration, and Velocity this week.
This year during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the experts at CHRISTUS St.
For half a century, Eddie and Phyllis Westmoreland traveled from fair to fair, feeding thousands of hungry fairgoers.
By Alice Mannette
AISD is one of 75 districts selected as a semi finalist for the “Raising Blended Learners” $300,000 grant funded by Raise Your Hand Texas.
Bloomburg ISD will be supporting McLeod ISd by wearing maroon and gold on Wednesday, Oct. 16.
We’ve had Fire Prevention Week at APS this week! Ask your children what they have learned!!!!
Frankie Joe Bridges, age 69, of Texarkana, Texas, formerly of Queen City, Texas, went to be with the Lord Sunday, October 13, 2019, at his residence.
Pete Pearce was born October 25, 1954 in McNary Arizona as one of nine children born to Lowell Rogers and Mary Louise Allen Pearce. He passed away September 26, 2019 in Brenham Texas.
Norma Jena Ament King, 86 peacefully passed away Friday, August 30, 2019.
Gay Grumbles Haller of Fort Worth, Texas, hospital volunteer, nurse, beloved mother and friend to all, died September 30, 2019. She was 84.
Funeral Services for Bro. Ernest Hodge, 91, of White Oak, were at 1 p.m. Saturday, October 5, 2019, at Grace Baptist Church in Gladewater with Pastor Jim Withers, Bro.
Edward B Woods Sr., age 93 of Atlanta, Texas went to be with the Lord Monday, September 30, 2019.