JACKSONVILLE — Roses are red, and tulips are yellow, what color of flower should be given to tell a woman you want to be her fellow?
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Inspired by unbounded imagination, generations of quilters have created history with thread and fabric, and now, local residents are adding to that history.
“Quilting brings a richness to the family and community in a very tangible way,” said Jo Caraway, who hosts the Quilter's Guild of Cherokee County gathering every second Tuesday of the month in her Rusk-area home.
On April 9, I had the privilege and pleasure of seeing the world premiere of The Tomato Republic, a documentary movie about the 2013 Jacksonville, Texas, mayoral election. The film was entered in the Dallas Film Festival within the Texas subjects division.
For millions of believers throughout the world, Holy Week is considered the high point of the Christian year, because they recall the series of events in Jesus' life that began with a welcome embrace and ended with his death by crucifixion.
TNT (“Thespians ‘N Training”) theatre arts camp will be offered for the 11th consecutive year by Cherokee Civic Theatre. TNT 2014 will run July 14-26 at the historic Cherokee Theater.
A few years ago, my neighbors organized a St. Patrick's Day tea. They served all sorts of Irish goodies: tea cakes, shortbread, soda bread, scones. It was a tame celebration, but a tasty one.
Whether they're created using floral, vegetable or herbal plants, one thing is certain: Container gardening is a simple way to groom a green thumb.
February is Black History Month, a time for some to reflect on their heritage. One such place worthy of remembrance is Cuney, Texas.
It's a centuries-old tradition, based on the scripture story of Mary's and Joseph's search for lodging in Bethlehem.
Sadler was the guest of honor at a surprise party for his 30th birthday at Angelina House on Wednesday, an event coordinated by Angelina House Wellness Director Trachel Crow and residence sales manager Linzey Campbell.
While Fido may be a pro at making big “feed me, I'm starving” eyes, animal care professionals remind people that sharing their Thanksgiving mean is more harmful than not.