While in college, I had a roommate from St. Louis who described Texas weather as “not able to make up its mind,” or capricious.
About five years ago, I had a friend who raved about her participation in the Jacksonville, Texas, Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy.
Last week I noticed a photo circulating on my social media feed of Mount Enterprise High School’s baseball team, coaches and school bus pulled over to the side of the road during a Shelby County constable’s funeral procession.
During middle school I became the target. Frizzy hair, braces and glasses that took up half my face — before thinner black-rimmed frames became cool — were all part of who I was.
About nine years ago, smoldering ashes and concrete was all that remained of the home I spent 15 years of my life residing in.
Shortly after the new year, a friend asked me if I had set any resolutions.
For those who are technologically savvy, log into social media websites or use online search engines, Tuesday’s trending topic was that college graduates thought television’s “Judge Judy” is a Supreme Court justice.
According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, etymology is the “the history of a word,” or “explanation where a word came from.”
For countless 24-hour shifts last year, members of the Harker Heights Fire Department bonded with firefighter and paramedic Joel Lytle.
Bell County’s general open hunting season for white-tailed deer continues until Jan. 3.
For the second time in my life, I locked my keys in my car Tuesday.
If I said the name Danielle Green, I wonder how many would recognize it.