There was a song in the 20s and 30s about paring down all activities to “Three Little Words”. Kind of like the old snake oil salesmen.
Are you having trouble paying your mortgage due to the Covid-19 pandemic?
Qualifications include: Residents in our Service area
The Ranger Veterans Support Group will meet Tuesday, July 27th from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon.
The meeting is at 135 South Homer Street next to the Ranger Library.
PLEASE BE MINDFUL OF CHILDREN.
Chase Brooks Cisco Fire Department will be serving part-time as a fire fighter. Graduate of Cisco College Fire Academy and TSTC.
DATES AND TIMES TO REMEMBER
*All new student registration (Pre-K - 5th grade) will be August 3rd 9 am-2 pm
Texas Family Defense Committee is delighted to present Deborah Simmons with Protect Texas Children Thursday, July 22, at 6:00 p.m. in Cisco's beautiful Myrtle Wilks Community Center.
By Ruth York
It’s always a great day to be a Bulldog! Now it is even Better!
Ranger Vietnam Memorial 14th Year Anniversary
Celebration Saturday, August 7th
2021 Eastland County 4-H Photography Contest -- Senior Division Animals (Domestic) 1st Place Carolina Boelter
For the most part, the residents of Eastland County are relatively insulated from the shifts and shakeups experienced by the more urban areas of the United States. Until now.
Rising Star Nursing and Rehab residents enjoy 4th of July parade bus fun. Photo: RS Nursing and Rehab
IN MANY YARDS: With all the rains this year the Crepe Myrtles around the county are just beautiful with bright colors. Photo: Sheila Hickox
BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, July 9, 2021 — Rabies is usually associated with dogs or bats, but it also can develop insidiously in a variety of mammals.
It’s not unusual these days to see reports of library books being returned years and even decades late, but a church library in Sheffield, England boasts the return of a book that has been overdue
The City of Gorman has a new state champion. And they did it in memorable fashion.
By Tommy Wells
Thursday’s Gorman City Commission meeting was called to order at 5:11pm by Mayor David Perry. All commissioners were present at the table as well as City Secretary Tacy Warren.
Judge Jon Glenn
6-1 to 6-30-2021
All Case Summary
Don’t Forget: City Commissioners designated the first week of August (1-7) as the Annual City-Wide Cleanup Week. There will be an additional roll-off for trash and one for tires.
Eastland County Today
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