April 21, 2021
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April 20, 2021 Linda Brendle 0

Being President of the Friends of the Library (FOL) has been a learning experience, and I’m still learning even though I’m almost half-way through my three-year term. […]

On the scene in Emory on April 20, 2021

April 20, 2021 Kay Thompson 0

I have never been one of those people who packs away winter clothes to make room for summer clothes. Living in Texas, that seems to be a really good way to be. For those of you who have packed away your long pants and sweaters, get them back out. […]

When the wind blows…

April 13, 2021 Linda Brendle 0

Christmas around the Square is usually a major event in Rains County featuring food, live entertainment, a Santa parade and vendors – where else – around the courthouse square. […]

Excuses for an afternoon nap

April 6, 2021 Linda Brendle 0

Naps are not a normal part of my routine, but I made an exception Sunday afternoon. In my defense, it had been a hectic week. Keeping in mind that hectic has a different meaning to retired people than to those still in the work force. […]

Good Friday

March 30, 2021 Linda Brendle 0

Holy Week began last Sunday and ends this coming Sunday on Easter. But before we can get to Resurrection Sunday, we have to go through Good Friday. […]

On the scene in Emory on March 30, 2021

March 30, 2021 Kay Thompson 0

If you were driving around town on Saturday, especially on Hwy. 69 between Hwy. 276 and Rains High School, you may have wondered where all of that traffic came from. There were vehicles making a slow roll to the high school for the weigh-in at the 8th annual Crappiefest. […]

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