Carrington Coleman: Funds will help offset COVID-19 payroll pressure The deadline to request Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) allocations is Oct. 16, a deadline of critical importance to Texas counties and municipalities seeking assistance in offsetting COVID-19-related payroll costs. “It is important for counties and municipalities to meet this deadline as the state […]
The Four States News (FSN) is proud to announce we have added additional Facebook Groups online. The FSN is a “Community Journalism site.” We focus on events in communities such as church happenings, school events, and other issues often not covered by mainstream media. We are not looking to cover the latest wreck or the […]
My daughter is seven days away from delivering my new grandchild, and due to distance, I am unable to be there. I have lamented over this fact trying to find a solution, but alas, there is not one on the horizon. I have worried about her health as I have watched her over her last […]
Suicide cases are tough for funeral directors. We must assist families who are suffering severe tragedy. Suicide is emotionally devastating to the survivors. They are psychologically compromised and emotionally drained. They experience extreme disorganization, confusion, and potential feelings of guilt. My client family this week was a blended family. The husband committed suicide at […]
Years ago, my sister had an argument with my husband. At the time, I was out of state visiting a dear friend who was being baptized along with her husband, and four children. When I returned home, my mother and my sister refused to have a familial relationship with me based on the events that […]
This year’s theme is “Be Happy, Be Healthy, Be Safe.”
The results of the Stamp Out Hunger food drive were disappointing, but appear to be a result of the economy.
Queen City Memorial VFW Post 5870 had their last fish fry for the season. They will resume in September.