Twisted X is a family owned local Western clothes store in Rising Star, Texas. The store is owned by Angie Fortune and CJ Rimer, a mother and daughter team, who are working on bettering the town by adding an appealing store to the community. Twisted X has been open for business since September of 2018. The store has many cute options for men’s and women’s clothing.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas food banks are now serving 88% more clients than this time last year. Donations to food banks are also down, combined with food production slowing down when the
Mac Kiser was born on June 17, 1926, in Brady, Texas, the second oldest of eleven children born to George Ross and Myrtle Lillian Adams Kiser. In 1943, at the age of 17, Mac joined the U. S.
Social distancing in the era of pandemic isolation virtually shut down America’s movie theaters much to the dismay of motion picture buffs who prefer their films on the big screen. But a few entrepreneurs with ingenuity have come up with a solution: they’ve resurrected drive-in theaters. According to the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC] at least two pop-up theaters have recently made their debuts, one in New Jersey and one in Queens, NY. The Bel Aire Diner in Queens boasts a 25-foot screen and can accommodate up to 40 vehicles, appropriately spaced apart in its parking lot and offers a special movie night menu. The Kathedral Events Center in Hammonton, NJ can accommodate 75 socially distanced vehicles in its parking lot where movies are projected onto a 40-foot screen.
Recently, Chief Edgin effected a traffic stop on North Main in Rising Star. Upon signaling the driver to pull over, the driver stopped in the middle of the road. Edgin attempted to give the driver direction off the road. At which point the driver sped up and fled.