David Hatfield is a happy man – he’s living his dream, touching lives of others and helping his community in the process.
Ronald Clay was an older cowboy who lived outside of Flomot, Texas
This week The Open Door sponsored Pam Stenzel, an internationally well-known speaker
January 27, 2013 at the W.K. Gordon Center in Thurber, Tx.
A piece of family history shared by Billy Jack Hallmark for Veterans Day.
Set your clocks back tonight and don’t forget to change the batteries in your smoke alarms.
We joyfully announce the arrival of Andon Josiah Bailey, born on October 19, 2011
Dr. Marion Oxsheer Morrison of Waco and Mr. Randolph O’Beirne Bennett Jr. of Thurber were united in marriage August 13, 2011 at half past seven o’clock in the evening at Arlington Heights Christian Church in Fort Worth. Dr. Ted Wueste officiated. Music was provided by Dr. Donald C. Balmos, pianist, and Mrs. Mandy Balmos Morrison, […]
The J. W. Gailey Family Reunion was held on May 7, 2011 in Thurber, Texas.
A poetic tribute to Greg Simmons by Sam Williams.
for Victims of Crime 2011 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week
A short story submitted by the Ranger College Creative Writing Class
The Legendary Bankhead Highway. Written by Ivy Anderson
The Lost Legend by Marc Hartwell A long time ago, in what seems like an ancient dream, existed a sleepy country town positioned between Fort Worth and Abilene, Texas. Ranger claimed a humble spot in the history books until a fateful day transformed the city into an oil metropolis. Seemingly overnight, many oil companies populated […]