Go long on game day

01/31/2020 0

Ready-for-action recipes to feed fans (Family Features) When game day arrives and your crowd is ready to crank up the heat, turning to appetizers and dishes that feed the whole group can help save the […]

The Lone Ranger debuts on Detroit radio in 1933

01/30/2020 0

With the stirring notes of the William Tell Overture and a shout of “Hi-yo, Silver! Away!” The Lone Ranger debuts on Detroit’s WXYZ radio station. The creation of station-owner George Trendle and writer Fran Striker, the “masked rider of […]

Basketball Roundup

01/29/2020 0

Saint Jo boys The Saint Jo Panthers hosted Midway on Friday to wrap up the first round of district play on a good note. The Panthers won thanks to shut down defense in the first […]

Girl powerlifters compete at Paradise

01/29/2020 0

On Thursday both Bowie and Nocona girl powerlifters competed in their first meet at Paridise’s League Meet. The Lady Rabbits ran away with the team title as eight of their 10 lifters placed at the […]

Lady Indians win at Bowie 54-43

01/29/2020 0

The Nocona Lady Indians hoped to keep their one game lead at the top of the district intact as they traveled to district and county rival Bowie on Friday. Thanks to some lock down defense […]

01/29/2020 0

The annual Daddy/Daughter Dance was hosted by Freedom Life Church this past Saturday welcome families who celebrated the special tie between fathers and daughters. There were frilly dresses, tiaras and pink cupcakes for “Pretty in […]

“The Raven” is published

01/29/2020 0

Edgar Allan Poe’s famous poem “The Raven,” beginning “Once upon a midnight dreary,” is published on this day in the New York Evening Mirror. Poe’s dark and macabre work reflected his own tumultuous and difficult life. […]

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