Author Jim Ainsworth got his first horse when he was 10. He grew up on a Delta County dairy farm that also produced cotton, so it stands to reason he would need a ride while helping out with chores. Continue reading “Cowboy, CPA, Chronicler Jim Ainsworth: ‘Basically, all the books tell my life story.’”
Melissa Whitley Lenhardt has been serialized. Continue reading “Melissa Lenhardt: Serial writer”
New York Times best-selling author Daniel Silva introduced his popular hero, Israeli spy Gabriel Allon in 2000’s “Kill Artists.” Continue reading “Glad to have Gabriel in the driver’s seat”
Since it’s the first line of the book, this is hardly a spoiler. Continue reading “Book Briefs – SINCE WE FELL, HOUSE OF SPIES and LADY HARDCASTLE mystery”
My father was Lt. Albert R. Hamilton, Jr. I was 16 months old when he was killed in the C-124 crash in June of 1953. I never knew him and my mother rarely spoke of him. I have gaping holes in my heart where his memory should be.
~ Terry Mathews, Winnsboro, Texas
Miss Demeanor and the Groove Felons are making a return engagement to The Bowery Stage Saturday, July 29. The local quartet has earned quite a loyal following since they first played together seven years ago.
When the people of Wood County elected a new district judge last fall, they got a package deal. Continue reading “402nd Judge, Court Coordinator settle in – Fletcher says Huston is just the right combination of ‘grace and gunpowder’”
Tenor Don O’Neal LeBlanc and accompanist Mary Dibbern will return to Winnsboro to open the second season of Sunday Afternoon Classical Series at Winnsboro Center for the Arts Sept. 3. Continue reading “LeBlanc, Dibbern open classical series Sept. 3 – Tenor, accompanist bring talent, experience to stage”
By Rachel Finney, Special Correspondent to The Winnsboro News
A light summer breeze welcomed parrotheads to the stage as Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefers Band docked in Frisco for the “I Don’t Know” tour on Saturday night. Continue reading “Buffett celebrates 10th year at Frisco”
A one-time gig at a 1985 sports banquet turned into a nice side job for five coaches from Bland High School in Merit. Continue reading “Dancin’ in the Streets –The Blandelles return to Monday Night Live June 19”