The Senate has passed legislation covering all the topics put on the agenda by Governor Greg Abbott in just a few days, but it’s unlikely any of them will reach the governor’s desk after opponents
By Richard Lee, Texas Senate News
The D Brown Memorial Library ended its Summer Reading Program with a roar.
Each child had a log to fill out and keep track of how many minutes they read each day.
By Kelly Hughes, D Brown Library
Mexia West District Revival
This offseason, the Rosebud-Lott Cougars football team hosted a 7-on-7 football league.
By Ryan Heller
The Rosebud-Lott Cougar 7-on-7 football qualified for the State 7-on-7 tournament to be held June 24-26 in College Station. Way to go Cougars!
Several Rosebud-Lott baseball players earned all-district honors this season.
Back during the Civil War, a farmer, by the name of Blake was drafted as a soldier. He was deeply concerned about leaving his children.
By Pastor Larry Jackson
Nearly 60 Texas House Democrats left the state last Monday for Washington, D.C. in an effort to stop passage of a Republican-led elections bill.
By Gary Borders, Capital Highlights
Grandmother Cathey kept the Family Bible on a table in her parlor, but it was too big to read.
By Ol' Jim Cathey