RED OAK — Two Red Oak teachers were selected to attend “American Presidents and the Nation, 1970–2000,” a professional development institute sponsored by Humanities Texas, the Coll
Thomas Hutchins and Lendall Barker pose outside the historic Ellis County Courthouse on Friday. The gay couple attempted to file for a marriage license at the Ellis County Clerk's Office after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that gay couples have the fundamental right to marriage under the 14th Amendment. However, the couple was told the clerk's office would not grant any same-sex marriage licenses until directed by the state.
Two Waxahachie men drove to Dallas County to obtain a marriage license on Friday, because they could not get the license in Ellis County.
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is informing the public that commercial driver license (CDL) transactions – including originals, renewals, duplicates or changes – will be … Comments (0)
Three Waxahachie Lady Indians’ volleyball players finished their club volleyball season this week by bringing home medals from the National Tournament in New Orleans, Louisiana. Comments (0)
Following Southwestern Assemblies of God University's (SAGU) 107th Commencement in May, students departed for summer break. However, the SAGU campus remains a hub of activity and has become a … Comments (0)
Dissection of notes found in the pocket of an old suit isn’t easy. Maybe they were scrawled during the lull in a wedding ceremony, or to jog my memory of a joke for later use. Comments (0)