It can sometimes seem like we aren’t thankful enough in our lives.
If you’ve read some of my recreational writing in one of the fine Herald-Banner publications over the last eight years or so, you probably know I speak in clichés — fluently, I might add.
As many of our wonderful readers know, the Rockwall County Herald-Banner mostly consists of myself acting as managing editor/reporter/photographer with the much-appreciated assistance of ace reporter Jim Hardin — or, as I like to think of him, Father of the Newsroom.
You know that perception is sometimes one’s worst enemy. What is perceived is not always the iron clad truth. Sometimes there are many reasons for actions that are taken that are unknown and will never really be understood. Our complicated lives are being escalated to a point that we have no…
I’m someone who loves old, charming, historic buildings. That’s why it hurts to say this — Commerce is doing the right thing by bulldozing some of its most dilapidated old houses.
Well, it has been a very fun and enjoyable time writing stories, taking photos, and sharing my opinions with the readers of the Commerce Journal.
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- ‘Luckiest band director in the world’ speaks to A&M-C students
- Tigers lose consolation final in tough tourney, beat VA at home
- Defending champs too much for Commerce as Lady Tigers fall 86-27
- Former Commerce Police Chief appointed as judge
- ‘Project Sweet Treats’ seeks to improve police perceptions, relationships in community
- Former Rice, Texas State coach Bailiff named to head A&M-Commerce position
- Police respond to possible self-harm incident at A.C. Williams Tuesday
- Commerce resident’s impressive Christmas decorations shine bright