Fish fry this Saturday, October 4, at First Baptist Church, Livingston. Tickets are $10 each and include fish, coleslaw, french fries, hush puppies, dessert and a drink. Take out or dine in. The food is being prepared by Clifton Chevy cookers who are well known for their delicious cooking.
COWBOY IN THE KITCHEN
Chicken Fried Steakis one of lifes greatest dining pleasures. This is probably the number 1 dish ordered in restaurants in Texas. There is nothing better than a good chicken fried steak or nothing worse than a bad one. This is the preferred meal among the cowboy crowd...CLICK HERE FOR MORE!
B-B-Q Benefit Supporting Deputy Rey Davalos (824) Saturday Oct. 4, 2014 HEB & Lowe’s parking lot Time: 10:00 am Chopped Beef Sandwich, Drink and Chips $8.00 Cozumel Raffle Drawing at Noon Deputy Rey Davalos has been diagnosed with leukemia.
Deal of the Week!... FLASHING BLUE LIGHT SPECIAL!...2006 Buick Lucerne CX: Cold air, power windows, power locks, tilt steering wheel, cruise control, remote keyless entry, power trunk release, stereo / CD player, 4 wheel anti-lock disc brakes, anti-theft system, full center console with storage and cup holders, tire pressure monitor system, child safety locks, aribags all around, tinted windows and more!
This car is loaded down with luxury! JD Power gave this 2006 Lucerne a circle rating of 5 in performance, comfort, and style! It's also fuel efficient and has a high safety rating! All this for just $6,950! Bounds Autoplex! Livingston, Texas! Drive in or give us a call at (936) 327-4943 and ask about our Deal of the Week!
Luxury meets coolness!
PolkCountyToday.com is glad to have Mike Atchley back again as a food columnist. His style of cooking fits Polk County perfectly. If you love to eat, and you like to enjoy yourself, if you learn nothing else, learn this:HOW TO PROPERLY SCORCH A STEAK.
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