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Thank you in memory of Horace Bratcher. Thanks to God, ten thousand angels, and to all of our friends in the whole world. Thank you for the prayers, visits, cards, phone calls, flowers, food, and a million other things. I am doing very good. I am sorry that I am late, but I have a hard time …

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Horace Bratcher is dead and gone. We really wish him well. All the things he did for others, all the friends he had, no one can ever tell.

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Howdy, boys and girls. Gather round and I will set you straight about this thing called “climate change.” Climate change is real. When I was just a young squirt, us kids called it by its real name – spring, summer, fall and winter.

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Her favorite color was pink. She was not a woman that sought a career or to be anything beyond what she was. But she was beautiful as that.

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Under our election rules, the top vote-getters win city council. Anyone can run, with little money. You must garner the most – not a majority – of the votes and you’ll have to campaign hard to get them. And you don’t run against anyone. You run for a seat. It’s more civil that way.

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For those of you who don’t know, there is a food, supplies and clothing pantry affectionately named “Boston’s Market” at Ennis High School and “Boston’s Market Jr.” at Ennis Junior High for students to “shop” for things they may not be able to afford otherwise. Everything is free to the stud…

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Riverwalk Jazz made a great concert last Saturday the 12th of October. Playing at Getzendaner Auditorium, it was pleasantly cool. Audience of about 300 was enthusiastic.

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As part of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s Community Out of the Darkness Walks, I will be walking on Saturday, Oct. 26, at Addison Circle Park to draw attention to the importance of suicide prevention.

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I applaud president and CEO Joe Daniels and the entire National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation for choosing Arlington as the location for the new National Medal of Honor Museum. In Arlington, we celebrate patriotism, American ideals and our nation’s heroes. The over 3,500 Medal of Honor re…

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I found out that some people who came to the first public tax rate hearing for the city of Waxahachie recently didn’t stand up and speak. When asked why they didn’t participate, they said that it seemed as if the Council had already made up their minds. I know exactly how they feel. I’ve had…

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I so wanted to capture the sky and its Heavens with my words – 

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I saw Jerry at the Tractor Supply buying boots – batteries and feed. He had rat bait – propane and duct tape. Hey Jerry, what else do you need? Well I came fer a chainsaw and a pocket knife and a few things on the list for my wife; but the cart is full and the store is gonna close; Hey – I d…