Publisher's Pen 6-3
Well, they’ve finally done it. After years of political maneuvering and pressure from lobbyists, Texas agreed last year to raise the speed limit on certain highways back to 75 miles per hour. Many thought this would be a good thing.
What a terrific day to enjoy a trip to the lake.
Did you know that exactly 100 years ago the term Mother’s Day was
officially named and celebrated on the second Sunday in May?
Space Shuttle Launch was a Sight to Behold
The mood was relaxed and the attentive crowd was watching the horizon
for a signal.
PUB PEN 4-22
We're missing a very special day. There's not even a reminder on the
calendar anymore. Like Mother's Day, Father's Day and birthdays, it's
a day we need to remember but so often can forget.
PUB PEN 4-15
Earth Day is next Sunday. That’s not a big deal for most of us but it probably should be. After all, we only have one Earth.
Pub Pen 3-11
Authorities arrested a man in Austin late Monday afternoon for threatening to shoot up and bomb random schools across the country.
Pub Pen 3-4
First, I just want to say “thank you” to all of our readers who chipped in to help Baby Brandon. Register reporter Heather Pilkington wrote about nine-month-old Brandon in Friday’s edition.
Pub Pen 4-8
This week is Medal of Honor week in Gainesville. We have the privilege to welcome fifteen of our country’s Medal of Honor recipients and roll out the red carpet for them.
Publisher's Pen: Let's say something good about Gainesville
This week some cheerleading went on about this great place we call Gainesville.
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