Viewpoints

Tim Cunningham wears his "dress blues" on graduation day in May 2006 from West Point Military Academy in New York. Remembering My Soldier, Timothy Wayne Cunningham: A Mother's Story
I've been asked to give information for a biography for my son Tim. I've seen the obituary pages with the list of family member names, and, as...


VIEW from the top
We're really blessed to be living in the time in which we live. Computers are seen by some as a necessary evil, a nuisance, a useful tool or even...


TERRIE GONZALEZ We all live in the same (earth) village
My nine-year-old neighbor pulled and tugged his little sister's red wagon across the acre of land that separated our two houses. The stake-style...


Museum thanks supporters
The Heritage Center of Cherokee County would like to thank all supporters who have helped get the museum up and running again in the past few years. We have had over 1,000...
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SCENE in Passing
Last week's e-mail brought news from Crystal Vaught, the ...


HIGH POINTS from El Camino Real
April is flying by and folks along El Camino Real will be looking at graduation and a long summer before we know it. The high price of gas is...


Puppies and kittens multiply by 'nines and tens'
Maybe they aren't called ca"nines" and kit"tens" for nothing. Dogs and cats can reproduce at an amazing rate. Consider this: One pair of unsterilized cats, together with...
A heartfelt 'thank you'
The Cherokee County PALS organization would like to thank the following companies for their generous donations: Cherokee Ice, Discount City, Wal-Mart Supercenter,...
The Green l family is now five generations with the recent birth of Jamarria Brooks. Her mom, Sharenza Green (left) sits with Camille Green, Rosie Mae Skinner and Moonie Green. HIGH POINTS from El Camino Real
Folks along El Camino Real who got a head start on their gardens this year were sweating whether a frost was coming on Sunday night. I was one of...


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SCENEin Passing
We are indebted to longtime friend, Ricky Richards, for this high note from his family's recent travels. With spouse Cindy and daughter Ashlen,...


VIEW from the top
A philosopher once said, "It takes a village to raise a child." While this seems to be a good thought, and the local communities do a good job of...


'Gotcha education' is wrong
I would like to express my appreciation to Dr. Jim Largent for his article in the latest copy of the Cherokeean Herald where he states, "Texas practices 'Gotcha...
Livestock show was a big success thanks to volunteers
The Cherokee Livestock Association would like to extend a big thank you to the following people that spent many long hours in getting the show data put into the computers...