McPherson College, a four-year private college located in central Kansas, recognizes its highest academic achievers in its fall 2020 Honor Roll and Honorable Mention.
As the year draws to a close, it’s fair to say that we’ve all learned something about the social, political, physical and environmental forces that have affected everyone. And, in some ways, our lives will be changed, perhaps permanently. But as an investor, what lessons can you learn from 2020?
Saving is a vital component of financial planning. However, more than half of Americans are saving too little and do not have an accurate grasp of their spending habits.
Students and families invest heavily in higher education. Many students rely on student loans to finance their educations. In fact, students amassed $1.56 trillion in student loan debt by 2020.
During the holidays, you may be seeking comfort, whether that’s the comfort of home -- or anywhere but home.
The influence of the coach should never be underestimated. To paraphrase DW Rutledge, school teaches kids what they need to make a living; the coach is teaching students how to live.
Holiday at the Arboretum, Presented by Reliant, Features Expanded Christmas Village with New 23-Foot-Tall German Christmas Pyramid and New Shops
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden invites visitors to experience one of the most magical traditions in the Southwest-Holiday at the Arboretum, presented by Reliant, which runs from November
One of the absolute best days that occurs in Forney ISD happened Wednesday, December 9, when the Grant Train rolled through Forney ISD to all the campuses that had submitted requests.
A “knuckle-headed greaser,” who lived in the apartment above Laverne and Shirley, often came to the door with his “equally-challenged” buddy, Lenny, and said, “HELLOOOOOO,” in a voice only he could
A while back, I printed a photo of a dead bobcat on Lover’s Lane here in Forney and recounted my previous meeting with one in our “back 2.2 acres” out on Old Military Trail.
Thomas Layden, one of the earliest pioneers of the Irish Ridge neighborhood, railroad construction contractor, landowner and farmer, inventor and banker
Pleasant Springs School, about 1899. Teacher believed to be John A. Bryan. Photo courtesy of Terrie (Briscoe) Scafidel
William Dykes house, Pleasant Springs neighborhood, probably built in the 1880s. The house stood on the east side of Ray Hubbard Drive near the Rockwall County line. Woman unidentified
Newt C. Whittemore house, Pleasant Springs neighborhood, about 1900. The house stood on the west side of FM 740 about 0.6 mile north of Ray Hubbard Drive intersection. L to R: Clarence Whittemore, Nannie Whittemore
Home of family of Isaac Briscoe (of William), Pleasant Springs neighborhood, about 1900. The house stood on the south side of Ray Hubbard Drive about 0.5 mile west of FM 740. Photo courtesy of Terrie Scafidel
Last week’s article concluded with the Community of “Antioch,” which some residents considered actually just a part of the “Lone Elm” neighborhood.
As a teenager, Vance Pumphrey was an exceptionally bright young man with the whole world ahead of him.
Millions of people nationwide face hunger every holiday season. And this year, the COVID-19 pandemic thrust even more Americans into this vulnerable position.