Sam Cooke’s 1960 hit song about a group of men who frown and moan as they work their lives away on highways and byways as the sun goes down has few similarities to a different type of chain gang that walks the visitor’s sideline at Warhorse Stadium on Friday nights. Continue reading “Devine’s Chain Gang: the best seat in the house”
LITTLEFIELD, TX—The Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation of Baylor University announced the winners of the annual Texas Family Business of the Year at an awards banquet held on the campus of Baylor University this past Friday, November 3, 2017. Continue reading “Market from Littlefield, Texas named 2017 Texas Large Family Business of the Year”
The next meeting of the Devine Garden Club will be November 16th, 3:00 pm, in the Horvath home located at 135 CR 7811, Natalia, Texas. Continue reading “Devine Garden Club meeting Nov. 16”
“What is impossible with man is possible with God.” Luke 18:27 NIV
Continue reading “Brenda Burford: “My life after double lung transplant””
Another Fall Festival has come and gone. Continue reading “2017 Devine Fall Festival Cooking Contest winners”
The community is mourning the loss of another young life this week. Continue reading “Trejo loses life to leukemia”
In this week’s paper, a full page of fun at Devine’s 57th Annual Fall Festival!
Tonight at 7 pm, The CMA Awards will air on ABC.
“For anyone watching, our son Bart is nominated as one of the producers of'”Dirt On My Boots,’ sung and co-produced by Jon Pardi, which us up for Single of the Year. Keep your fingers crossed for him, Linda and I! We couldn’t be more proud! Jon is also nominated for Song of the Year and New Artist of the Year and is an amazing young man,” said Hondo man Bill Buter, Bart’s father.
Bart is a native of Hondo,TX. He now lives in Nashville,TN where he is a successful songwriter and producer.
The Driscoll Public Library celebrated Dia de los Muertos the week of Oct. 30.
Library aide Stacy Pyron decorated and set up a community altar on Monday, Oct. 30. Patrons brought pictures and mementos of loved ones who have passed away to place on the altar.
Recently retired Library Director Barbara Moore entertained little ones during Preschool Storytime on Tuesday, Oct. 31. The children wore their Halloween costumes to the library for the special occasion.
A special screening of “The Book of Life,” an animated feature about a bullfighter who embarks on an adventure in the afterlife on the Day of the Dead, was shown Wednesday, Nov. 1.
Local artist and author, Gerry Gabeheart, has completed her third book and the second book in the Pot Licker series.
Continue reading “Second Pot Licker book released”