I was thumbing through the old diaries again looking for an important topic to wow you with, but after forty five minutes I found nothing wow-worthy. Then on the very next page I read the
following account that didn’t amount to a hill of beans it was so ordinary... yet I remembered this simple night and some of its details after 60 years
There are still a few seismic crews running around the area. Most of the blasting and thumping has been done, but they still have sensors out in the fields. The majority of the activity
now is crews running around in ATVs checking equipment
The annual Fish Fry will take place on Saturday, July 25. There will be fish, a silent auction,
live auction, music, cake walk, cold drinks, and drawings. A Free-Will Donation will be
the price of the meal tickets
By BARTEE HAILE
Wiley Post and his Australian navigator landed in New York City on Jul. 1, 1931 completing
an epic around-the-world flight in record-breaking time. Two states claimed Wiley Hardeman Post as a native son. Texas had birth going for it since the intrepid aviator began his short life in Van Zandt County a couple of years shy of the twentieth century. Oklahoma, however,had residency on its side because the Posts relocated north of the Red River when Wiley was nine.
By ED STERLING
AUSTIN — Pursuant to a 6-3 decision by the United States Supreme Court on June 25, health insurance policies will stay on course for Texans who secured coverage through a federally facilitated exchange under the U.S. Affordable Care Act. The high court, in ruling against the plaintiffs in the case King v. Burwell, upheld the constitutionality of a federal tax credit that pays a portion of the cost of a policy.
All children ages 4-11 are invited to participate in this year’s evening VBS - Camp Discovery.
Vacation Bible School will be at St. Michael’s Park each evening on July 12-17 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. with a meal, games, and activities. For more information and to register your children,
grandkids and friends, feel free to come by the church office or call (979) 242-3444.
Muldoon will be celebrating the 4th of July in true American fashion with a parade through
downtown Muldoon and aroundthe park followed by a hat contest, auction and then a pot luck lunch. A true celebration of all things American.
This is a continuation of a guest column started in Tuesday’s Record. ... We later learned at orientation that a squad of VC had actually tried to gain entrance to the US Embassy, but were thwarted by the Embassy Marines.