Rescue has been an instrumental part of my life — for well, most of my life.
Books are officially beginning to appear on the shelves after the first round of end-of-year purchases by the Copperas Cove Public Library.
At first glance, GeekFest at CTC and the Cove library may seem like an odd combination, but the library will have a booth in the Anderson Campus Center on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to show that is not true.
Well, the August “dulldrums” are here and it’s so hot you could cook a 2-inch thick steak on the deck of your boat, lay the potatoes out to bake themselves and top it all off with the egg you fried on top of the motor.
It’s been a summer full of critters at the Miller household.
One of the biggest problems in marriage is communication.
Today I want to talk about Jerk baits, and when to use them.
The book club at the library will meet Aug. 17 to discuss “Before the Fall,” the newest novel from Noah Hawley, the creator of the “Fargo” television show.
After my wife and I were married in 1974, we lived in Victoria, about 150 miles up the coast from Corpus Christi.
The dog days of summer have been around the Central Texas area for several weeks now, and that means the new school year is less than a month away for many students here in Texas.
A couple of Sundays ago, my wife and I were running really late for church — so late that we weren’t ready to leave home until the 10:30 a.m. service was actually starting.
OK, you have the Buzzin, Wobblin, Propin and Poppin down when it comes to baits, so it’s time to move on to the Dartin and Frogin.
The most important question of our time is NOT about choosing the next president.
The Summer Reading Program at the Copperas Cove Public Library is officially over, but library staff and volunteers are not slowing down, preparing for big, end-of-year book purchases.
Jim Reed is one of my favorite all-time television cops.