Many historians have called Stephen F. Austin the “father of Texas” for his efforts to bring the first settlers from the United States into Texas. But the story begins with his own father, businessman and visionary Moses Austin, who in his own way became the “grandfather of Texas.”
Columns & Opinions
Last week was the Atlanta Area Fall Job Fair, a joint effort between the Atlanta Area Chamber of Commerce and the Cass County Citizens Journal-Sun. While the event was deemed successful by those in attendance, participating employers may still have some unfilled positions. This is where the Chamber’s new website might be useful!
As life seems to run faster and faster these days, that reminds me to encourage you all to join us in the Rotary “Run for the Blue” on September 11, 7 a.m. to help buy equipment for our Atlanta Police Department. You can go to “Runsignup” to register or stop at Price’s Hardware and get an application from Curt Bates. In honor of our winners, local charities will receive a small check from Rotary…so everyone wins!
Growing up the youngest of six children in Queen City, Moria Collier White was blessed with more than just two Godly role models. Her youngest sibling was 12 when she was born, so she was everyone’s baby – sister Dezi Epps Berry included Moria in her senior portraits.
I live in a small town of 5,500 people. I have watched covid cases rise and fall since Jan 2020. But today was my family’s day to get covid. After homeschooling my kids while going to college online at A&M Texarkana all throughout 2020 and 2021. The small town of Atlanta did so great the first 1st year of covid. However, 2021 was a different story. People stop caring about covid. Even though the hospital asks people to mask up and vaccinate. Or even stay at home. Atlanta continued to have events and gather without masks.