December 4, 2021
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Peggy Ann Greene

November 29, 2019 Submitted 0

A memorial service for Peggy Ann Greene, 85, of Emory will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 8, at Greene Valley Ranch. Robert Burns will officiate. […]

Safe fried turkey

November 26, 2019 Submitted 0

Thanksgiving Day is full of family get-togethers, giving thanks, lots of food and some turkey deep-frying horror stories. From homes burning down to turkeys skyrocketing into the air, safely preparing and frying a turkey doesn’t have to be dangerous. To avoid becoming one of those Thanksgiving Day horror stories, and to make sure you fry that centerpiece safely to avoid foodborne illness, the USDA offers advice on properly preparing and frying your turkey safely. […]

Cat hair? Don’t care!

November 26, 2019 Linda Brendle 0

Sunday morning while I was drying my hair, David came into the bathroom with Kitty trailing not far behind. They were carrying on an animated conversation – at least he was. She wore her usual bored expression. […]

Haleigh’s Christmas wish

November 26, 2019 Taylor Miller 0

The holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year for many families across the nation, a time dedicated to making memories with loved ones around a Christmas tree and glowing lights. For some children however, being at home is not an option as they battle critical illnesses from their hospital rooms. […]

No to speed bumps; like on Facebook

November 26, 2019 Chuck Fitts 0

The Emory City Council met in regular session Tuesday night, November 19, in the council chambers of Emory City Hall. Speed bumps, a variance, lease renewal and Facebook were among the topics discussed. […]

ATMs hit in Emory, Alba

November 26, 2019 Trey Hill 0

A series of ATM thefts in Northeast Texas now includes Emory and Alba as attempted targets. On Wednesday morning, November 27, suspects in a white Ford pickup truck attempted and failed to steal ATMs (automatic teller machines) at CNB in Emory and CBTx in Alba. […]

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