Feeling and looking horrendous over the Thanksgiving holiday, thanks to a case of pneumonia, the last thing I wanted to do was look in the mirror.
“Some of my best friends are millennials.” That sounds a bit defensive from the outset, without meaning to.
When I was a kid, and even to this day, I remember the times that our family would sit down together to watch some of the classic holiday TV specials such as Charlie Brown or Disney.
When the holidays roll around each year, I am reminded and wanted to share that reminder with the citizens of Navasota that when you shop local, some of those dollars come back to help improve the city.
I recently had a terrific opportunity to visit a GT (gifted and talented) class at Navasota Junior High School.
In April I wrote a column about the sometimes, absurd late-night telephone conversations I have with my gentleman friend and our discussion on the nuances of piddling, puttering and dillydallying.
The word “THANKFUL” is defined as “a feeling or expression of gratitude and appreciation.” It is hard to believe, but we are one week away from our Thanksgiving break at Navasota ISD.
Service members and veterans seeking employment need to be aware of a scam circulating the web. The website, “Hire Military Heroes,” prompts users to download an app that contains malicious
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