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“Treason” by Stuart Woods Publish Date: Jan. 7, 2020 Kirkus Reviews Uber-lawyer Stone Barrington, now officially a special adviser to the CIA (Stealth, 2019), takes on a delicate government job that keeps shape-shifting into other jobs. How much higher can they fly? Stone, a former New York cop, succumbs to aviation broker Callie Stevens’ pitch… Read More Book Review | “Treason”
Football season has almost finished. Baseball won’t start until April. Deer season is over. That can mean only one thing in Texas. It’s Election Season. Candidates will barrage voters with handshakes, baby kisses and toothy smiles while citizens attempt to absorb and process enough platforms to build a deck on the Transportation Center. Three elections… Read More SIX WEEKS TO GET IT RIGHT
By Bob Palmer Police action comedies follow a set pattern. You have buddies who have been partners for years, the frustrated police captain, a couple nominees for love interest and evil bad guys. Add a car chase, creative fight scenes and some inventive ways for villains to die and you have a movie. What separates… Read More MOVIE REVIEW | “Bad Boys for Life”
By DAVID WALL In this last article for something new in 2020, a great tasting pepper is the Chervena Chushka (Capsicum annuum). It is said to be one of the sweetest peppers available. Traditionally, it’s been used for roasting, but it’s just as awesome when eaten fresh. Chervena Chushka is an open pollinated heirloom originally… Read More Try the Chervena Chushka Pepper in 2020
JEFFERSON – The number of unserved felony arrest warrants in Marion County on December 30 was 137, according to Sheriff David McKnight. The county also had 261 unserved misdemeanor warrants. The Marion County Jail had an inmate population of 38 on December 31. Local inmates were housed at the Harrison County Jail for a total… Read More Pending Felony Warrants at 137
Updated: Jan. 24, 2020 at 5:15 p.m. CST Posted: Jan. 24, 2020 at 2:43 p.m. CST By BOB PALMER Jimplecute News Editor JEFFERSON – Filing for mayor, seats on the Jefferson City Council and the Jefferson ISD Board of Trustees began last week for the May 2 election. In addition to the mayor’s office, three… Read More Filing Begins for Trustee, Councilman
By BOB PALMER Jimplecute News Editor JEFFERSON – Fittingly, the speaker at the Marion County Diversified Civic and Social Concerns Organization’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day banquet, Victor D. Walker, used a dream to illustrate the evening’s theme of how Jefferson could “Move Forward Together.” In his dream, Walker, a 1981 Jefferson High School… Read More MLK Day Speaker Dreams of Jefferson ‘Moving Forward Together’
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