I’ve heard several people talking about this recently and apparently the rumors are true that, just like the death of the cassette tape, the compact disc may be dead within two years according to industry insiders.
Last night shortly after 9pm a four year old child was struck and killed by a hit and run diver. The accident happened on Highway 49 and Younger Road south of Lakeport in the Easton community in southern Gregg County. More after the jump.
As we reported last week, Stanley’s Famous Pit Bar-B-Que in Tyler won the “Best Pork Ribs in Texas” a couple of weekends ago at the Texas Monthly BBQ Festival in Austin! Today, November 9th, Tyler Mayor Barbra Bass has officially proclaimed it “Stanley’s Famous Pit Bar-B-Que Appreciation Day” in the city of Tyler -- more after the jump.
Today at 1pm a thirty second test will air on every single radio and television station in the country. This test is being conducted by the Federal Communications Commission and Federal Emergency Management Agency. They are holding this first ever national test of the 17 year old emergency notification system. More after the jump.
The Texas Rangers are busy making renovations to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. The $11.5 million project will be completed in time for fans to enjoy it for the 2012 season. The area under renovation is in center-field and includes the bleacher seats and basically everything in Vandergriff Plaza. More after the jump.
PATH’s annual Coats for Kids drive started October 1st and continues until the 31st. Each October PATH holds this special drive to collect winter coats for children ages infant through 18 years old. PATH is hoping to collect 2,000 coats for distribution in November. More after the jump.
Last Monday night was a magical night for Rangers fans. My son just turned 10 years old the first part of September. We hadn’t had a chance to throw a birthday party for him yet, so me an my wife decided to buy a pair of Rangers playoff tickets and take him to his first ever postseason game. More after the jump.
Several other smaller communities across East Texas have already done it, and now bigger cities like the City of Tyler are asking for voluntary step one drought contingency measures. With the recent news reports that the drought will last several more months, if not years, these measures are a good way to conserve water before mandatory restrictions are needed. More after the jump.
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