Quote of the week:

“I find the regular guy can make it just fine if government will leave him alone, let him keep more of his money—and not take away his belief that it is up to him.”

— Dave Ramsey

Archive for June, 2017

  • THE IDLE AMERICAN —    Who You Gonna Call?

    By Editor on June 30, 2017
      Commentary by Dr. Don Newbury    Not so many years ago, when children were asked to do household chores, they might register resistance with beginning letters of four words–“TNMJ.” (That’s Not My Job.) Such requests made these days might just as well be directed to telephone poles, since most children have “buds” in their ears, choosing to listen to […]
  • Lake Worth Youth Association Sports – Register Online

    By Editor on June 22, 2017
    Next Board Meeting July 12th Wednesday meeting at 7:00 PM Location 4024 Dakota Trial, Lake Worth, TX 76135-2850 Vision Church of the A/G   Sign-Ups Date Fall Football, Baseball, Softball: Online Registration is available top right corner of this page, however you must be paid in full to be considered Registered! Next In Person Registration: June 17th, 12:00pm to 2:00pm […]
  • In Old Lake Worth – Vivian Greer Hodgkins White

    By Editor on June 19, 2017
        The Hodgkins clan is pictured at a family reunion in the late 1930s. Vivian Hodgkins White is seated on the second row, fifth from the left. To her left are her parents, James and Sarah Hodgkins. James Hodgkins is regarded as the father of Lake Worth business and its school system. (Click the Read More for larger photo) […]
  • Water Line Project on Old Decatur Road in Saginaw

    By Editor on June 19, 2017
    City of Fort Worth 48” Water Line Project The City of Fort Worth currently has a project of installing a 48” water line along Old Decatur Road.  Their project will begin on the north end of Old Decatur Road and move south of Bailey Boswell Road during the week of June 19th.  This Fort Worth project could affect traffic along […]
  • Saginaw City Manager Retiring

    By Editor on June 19, 2017
    City Manager Nan Stanford is retiring after 41 years of authentic and dedicated service to the citizens of Saginaw, Texas. Mrs. Stanford began working for the City part-time from June 1973 to July 1974. Her responsibilities included customer service, utility billing, property tax collection, issuing building and miscellaneous permits, municipal court fine collections, and assisting the Library as needed. In […]