Spring break is over and school is back in session, so we weren’t as slow as I had hoped but there weren’t any major events. Continue reading “76 service calls but just two arrests”
Forget light bulbs, how many loaves bread does it take to make a few pieces of good garlic toast? Continue reading “Garlic toast”
William Oliver Thompson and Mary Ann Belinda Mullen were married in 1859 in Hazelnut, MI. Continue reading “Carol Crouch keeps the family legacy alive”
Spring break is here and that normally means a “break” for us too. Continue reading “64 Class C citations issued, but just two arrests”
“St. Patrick’s Day, no more we’ll keep, his color can’t be seen, they’ve passed a bloody law ‘agin, (against) the wearing of the green”. Continue reading “It’s time to dig out your green socks or ribbons!”
Well, I let the cat out of the bag….and I’m not talking about spoiling secrets.
Continue reading “Let the cat out of the bag”
I’ll start with the overview of police activity this past week. Continue reading ““Flip Flop Mercedes Bandit” strikes twice”
Well my daughter has officially lost her top 2 and bottom 2 front teeth. Continue reading “Helping “uther peeple””
(This title is an old nursery rhyme).
Continue reading “I see the moon, the moon sees me, God bless the moon and God bless me!”
James P. Ross grew up on the family ranch in Bigfoot off FM 472 where he lived with his dad, James S. Ross. Continue reading “James Ross, building unique homes”