Day 30 … not so bad

They say it takes 21 days to either make or break a habit – good or bad. I believe it. Remember my daughter Allison’s challenge to me? Eat clean for 30 days and  a by product of that was to clean out my garage and closets, too. I’m happy to report that items have been sold, hauled, trashed or donated. […]

‘History surrounding Norman Porter, Sr., a historian’ The old Breaker home, Cockrell Canyon & a misnamed country road

“I have been a member of the Atascosa County Historical Commission (ACHC) for more than 20 years,” said Sandy Zuniga. “When Mr. Porter joined the commission, all I’d heard about him was true. He was definitely a great person, very friendly, full of life and definitely full of history. “He was always wanting to know more and share more. He […]


Willis Newman Webb, 79, of Lake Charles, LA, died Monday, July 18 in his residence. He was born at home near Teague, TX on Mother’s Day, May 9, 1937. A previous life-long Texan, Webb “jumped the river” to Louisiana in 2012, following a 50 plus year career with newspapers. A 1960 graduate of the University of Houston, Webb began his […]

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