… Milstead both of Burkburnett; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don DeShazer of Burkburnett; sister, Yvonne Kistler of Wichita Falls; brother, Ray DeShazer of Quinlan, Texas. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Wichita Falls, P.O. Box 4804, Wichita Falls 76308.
“A lot of them feel like they’re choosing one to be better than the others. Some districts have a real problem doing that.”
When Wichita Falls’ 2007 Teacher of the Year Julie Woolsey went to her in-service teacher’s meeting Wednesday, her mind was buzzing with all the things she wanted to get done in her classroom before the school … via Times Record News
The place to go for traditional Texas cooking. Which just so happens to be a mix of everything. They serve burgers, steaks, sandwiches, tex-mex, and seafood. All combined with heaping plate of Texas hospitality.
Opening this fall, the Cotton Patch Cafe will be located at the west end of the Quail Creek shopping center (Maplewood and Lawrence).
“I could make another pair and probably do a better job. But this was my first pair with tooled tops. So they have some sentimental value.”
Police have charged a man with felony theft for allegedly stealing a pair of award-winning $10,000 cowboy boots from a North Texas custom shop. via Houston Chronicle
“Laud is a very good man and happy birthday to Laud. This room represents the best of McKinney because the best of McKinney is here. That should tell you about Laud Howell”
McKinney resident Judy Cox and hundreds of people from McKinney, Weston and neighboring cities gathered Sunday afternoon at the Eldorado County Club to celebrate the 90th birthday of longtime McKinney resident, … via Star Community Newspapers
Geez, Monday has gotten crazy, especially if you have full cable. The best things are The Closer and Big Love, although HBO is now putting its first-run Big Love episodes on Sunday night (and repeating them in the Monday time slot where the show has been all summer). But there’s also ABC Family’s Kyle XY; its schedule companion Greek; TNT’s Saving Grace and Showtime’s Weeds, two shows other people seem to love but I’ve been unable to warm up to; new episodes of TBS’ My Boys; and Showtime’s David Duchovny-has-sex-over-and-over dramedy Californication. Not saying it’s all must-see viewing, but it is all original, scripted programming. And then there’s the mess of stuff below. Read more