When I was growing up, the Fourth of July meant many things. There were picnics with homemade ice cream, potato salad, watermelon, and BBQ. Flags were flown on just about every front porch. Concerts with stirring patriotic music were held in the courthouse gazebo. But the most enjoyable part of the Fourth of July involved fireworks.
New information about the case of Sapulpan Greg Morales, whose remains were found in a shallow grave in Kileen, Texas, has his mother asking questions about how the Army handled his disappearance.
Learn more about State Question 802 and its proposal to expand Medicaid.
Those voting groups with the lowest turnout have the most to lose by not voting and the most to gain by participating in the electoral process.
Learn more about how to register, how to vote, and where you need to go.
There’s still time to get an absentee ballot for next week’s election, but today’s the last day to apply.
Requirements for a city permit to fish at Sahoma, Pretty Water and Kelly Lane parks has been waived until June 30th.
The ongoing pandemic has prompted many voters to choose to vote by mail in the upcoming elections. Here’s how to get your ballot.
The group gave away 22 pallets of produce and dairy products in less than three hours.
Learn how to make a refracting telescope from a few household items.