Historic Washington State Park will host the 17th Annual Red River Heritage Symposium on Saturday, July 22, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the park, 100 SW Morrsion St., Washington. This year’s theme is “Business and Trade” and will focus on the impact of different types of commerce and trade in the Great Bend Region of the Red River.
The month of July has been home to many historical events over the years. Here’s a look at some that helped to shape the world in July 1923.
Plenty of people can be found working their grilling magic year-round. But the vast majority of people do the bulk of their grilling over the summer, when warm temperatures contribute to a relaxed atmosphere that makes outdoor cooking and dining that much more appealing.
I drive an old-woman’s SUV. Big enough to be comfortable with the added bonus of drop-down running boards. When we moved to the country, I thought this car was indestructible. Well, it is, all except for the tires.
Loneliness is a feeling that many of us experience at some point in our lives. It can be tough to overcome, but several powerful lessons in the Bible can provide the encouragement and strength needed to overcome it. I’ve included a few of them below, in case you, too, find days when you are lonely.