Navarro County NAACP Branch 6209 will hold its 10th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet at 7 p.m. at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center, 1114 E. Sixth Ave., Corsicana. Theme is “Call to Action through Unity.” Speaker will be Malik Muhammad, director of The Little Genius Learning Center, LLC. Special guest honorees will be the young people of the community. Please come out and support this event. Tickets are $20 each.
The Rangers played in the 2010 and 2011 World Series. The Houston Astros are the boys of October this year.Nolan Ryan was the president and CEO of the Rangers from 2009 through 2012. He has been the CEO of the Astros since 2013.Hmmm ... Rangers make the fall classic twice during Ryan’s tenure. The Astros are there now under his oversight. Coincidence? I think not. Zeke Elliott getting to play has turned into a week to week soap opera. Will he or won’t he?
To kneel or not to kneel; that is the question. The NFL has no clue what the answer is. Should they stay in the frying pan or jump into the fire. Alas, poor Roger Goodell. I knew him well.I’ve often criticized the commissioner, but he is stuck. Like him or not, the kneeling question has no solution. So, when asked, he gives no answer. He gives a little stutter step towards on answer then darts in the opposite direction. Unfortunately, he goes out of bounds.
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Selecting a term
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