Columns/Opinions

Wed
27
Apr

The Richland Springs Report

By Sue Ransom

What a glorious week of rain and cool. Everywhere I look, I see full tanks. On Thursday morning I was a little worried because we were scheduled for an afternoon science walk on the farm. By 11:00 a.m. the skies had cleared off and the sun came out to bless our beautiful day. I believe everyone enjoyed their walk and search.
 
Wed
27
Apr

Raptors from Heaven

By Cathy Ledbetter

Wed
20
Apr

The Richland Springs Report

Praise God for this beautiful rain we are receiving! I must admit I was a bit of a doubting Thomas when I listened to the weather report. All too often they predict rain and it sweeps around us to some other part of Texas. Not this time though. Reports in my immediate area ranged from 2.4 to 4 inches. That is awesome. We just returned from San Saba and my gauge reads 3.2 inches.

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Wed
13
Apr

Help! I’ve Fallen Into a Bog!

By Cathy Ledbetter

Wed
06
Apr

The Bend News

By Jo Price
 
The weather has been something else again this past week, cold and windy. Sunday turned out really nice and Monday started out with a heavy dew and nippy. The pecan trees are putting on green leaves, so just maybe we are past time for frost. Up north they are still having snow as of Monday.
 

 

Wed
06
Apr

Raymond Cooper Prepares For His Greatest Performance

By Kevin Slimp's
 
July 4, 1998, is a date that will live in infamy in the annals of Lennox Valley. Let’s look back at the events that led up to this remarkable date in Valley history. The daily talk radio show, “Renderings with Raymond,” is as good a place to begin as any, I suppose. It had been only 17 months since Raymond Cooper hatched his plan to use his celebrity to weasel his way into the mayor’s seat in the upcoming election. With each passing day, listeners became more enraged at Raymond’s favorite source of controversy, the dastardly actions of the Federal Reserve System. 
 
Wed
30
Mar

Radio Host Has Major Religious Awakening

Truman Capote once said that fame is good for only one thing: “They will cash your check in a small town.”Famous people weren’t plentiful in my hometown as June moved into July of 1998, but we had one homegrown luminary, Raymond Cooper. Since buying the town’s only radio station a few years earlier, then converting it to a talk radio format, Cooper had become our local celebrity, and he cherished the role.

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Wed
30
Mar

San Saba Lodge to meet Saturday

Submitted by Lodge Secretary 

On Saturday, April 2nd, San Saba Masonic Lodge will hold its regular stated meeting. A meal of fried fish will be provided by Joe & Red Ragsdale at 6:30 p.m. Members are asked to bring complementary covered side dish, bread, salad or dessert. Also, Masons and Masons Helpers are reminded to provide their community service reports for March.

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Wed
23
Mar

Drama peaks as June 1998 winds down in the Valley

By Kevin Slimp´s

 

Wed
16
Mar

The Spiral Model of Organization

For the past two months, I have been on a mission to purge and organize my household. What does this have to do with creativity and inspiration, the supposed focus of this column? In my book the answer is “everything.” We hear about ‘creative chaos’ and such and I will fully admit that when I am in creative mode I can make messes. But I have had trouble even getting in creative mode to begin with because of the clutter and chaos in my home and workspace.

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