Deal of the Week!... 2015Chevy Sonic LT: Cold air, power windows, power locks, cruise control, remote keyless entry, remote start, remote trunk release, tilt steering, stereo / CD player, airbags all around, tire pressure monitoring system, anti-theft system, engine immobilizer, stabilitrack stability control system,!
This is a brand new, 2015 and is going for just $18,530! Bounds Autoplex! Livingston, Texas! Drive in or give us a call at (936) 327-4943 and ask about our Deal of the Week!
Livingston Youth Basketball Registration
When: Tuesday & Thursday, Dec. 2nd & Dec. 4th Time: 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Where: Timber Creek Elementary Cafeteria Who: Girls & Boys Ages: 5-12 Registration Fee: $65.00 Girls & Boys (Ages: 9-12) $55.00 Tiny Tots (Ages: 5-8) (Ages as of August 1, 2015)
(Family discount for multiple children)
MISSING POOCH ALERT: Black Lab Mix. My name is Paisley and I’m 9 months old. I’m a petite black lab mix with a tiny patch of white hair under my right eye. I went missing yesterday between 8am-5pm from Old Highway 35 (behind LISD Bus Barn). I’m super friendly with people and other dogs. I have on a purple and black collar with my rabies tag, but no name tag. My family loves and misses me. If you see me or have me PLEASE call Camp Cho-Yeh at 936-328-3200.
COWBOY IN THE KITCHEN
Stews Stews have always been popular in America since the days of Indians and Colonists. Even when the pioneers headed west and camped out at night, the pots were hung to cook over the fire. Long, slow cooking produces tender and moist meat. You can use our modern versions of our ancestors iron kettle, electric slow cookers, dutch ovens, or cast iron pots that allow the ingredients to simmer very slowly. This type of cooking locks in the flavor of all the ingredients in your stew, but more importantly, it tenderizes game animals and birds. Click here for more!
One of the greatest freedoms our nation has is freedom of the press. This freedom comes with responsibility. Responsibility to report the news accurately, and not slant the news. As a local reporter, I'll take my place at the front of the line for not always getting everything exactly right. I guess it's the human factor. If it's not a typo, it's not grammatically perfect, if not grammatically perfect, then there's an inaccuracy as to what actually happened. With these imperfections comes criticism. I understand AND I appreciate the criticism. I know that it just comes with the job of being a reporter...more