WEATHERFORD, TX – Immersed in the music scene most of his life, Hunter Robinson has envisioned a future in the industry. He has great plans for himself and the drive and determination to follow
WAXAHACHIE, TX — Uniting the look of the past with the technology of the present, Nicholas P. Sims Library reopened in March 2013 with a lot to show off. Check out what’s new at the library in this short video presentation.
BURLESON, TX – Brandon stepped off the football field as a freshman in high school. Exhausted and sweating from almost eight minutes of a half-time
CORSICANA, TX — Having a mother who taught piano lessons and directed a church choir helped define Zeno King’s lifelong love of music as a passion
ENNIS, TX – An Ennis native has a unique and endearing perspective on life — one that can be attributed to family, hard work and the integration
GRANBURY, TX – Military life has been a part of Cordell Hall’s family for decades. He has dated his family tree back to the Revolutionary War,
MANSFIELD, TX – Chris Burgin had already travelled to Russia over 20 times since 2002. There was no reason this trip in June 2011 would be different.
MIDLOTHIAN, TX — “It shouldn’t have happened. I don’t think people should be killed like this,” said 16-year-old Rebecca Guitierrez, as she
RED OAK, TX — Jeremiah Gaines is the epitome of a well-rounded, successful student athlete. Not one to seek the limelight, Jeremiah is a laid-back
CEDAR HILL, TX – We live in a day and age where nobody seems to know their neighbors anymore. However, on one block in Cedar Hill, that is definitely
WAXAHACHIE, TX – Amber Penney has been in love with butterfly koi and standard fin Japanese koi for nearly five years. Her passion for this unique
WAXAHACHIE, TX — Ordinarily, one would not expect to see a petite, 70-year-old grandma among the graduating students of a college commencement ceremony. But Wanda Bolgiano is not an ordinary woman.
DUNCANVILLE, TX – “Never judge a book by its cover” is how the saying goes. For anyone who happens to encounter Josh Townsend, judging a book by its cover would be a big mistake. Josh, a 15-year-old
RED OAK, TX — When you think of a 15-year-old, you don’t generally think of him or her starting a nonprofit organization. Some teenagers are focused on stereotypical things, like getting their
MIDLOTHIAN, TX – On April 27, a grand old lady celebrates her 125th birthday, and everyone is invited! Midlothian is having a birthday and throwing one wingding of a party. Get ready for a full
MANSFIELD, TX – Sustainable living, maintaining links to the past, and setting a foundation for the future are important to Eddie and Mary Phillips. They live in a recycled home on a large plot
GRANBURY, TX – Drive and determination are very apparent in Mariah Rendeiro’s personality. The Granbury High School senior has a schedule full of activities: from serving as captain of the Color
ENNIS, TX – This month the Ennis Bluebonnet Trails Festival enters its 62nd year, and although the event is sponsored by the Ennis Garden Club, it is Gina Rokas and Paula Campo of the Ennis Convention
CORSICANA, TX – On the popular television game show, Jeopardy, contestants compete by picking squares under which are answers that require them to respond with the correct question. An example of