For many years, I had access to hunt and fish on a couple hundred acres situated about three-quarters of a mile from my home. The place is an outdoor paradise, rough country with plenty of water and always an ample supply of wild hogs that I dearly love to hunt, butcher and turn into tasty meals.
The Light was honored as March non-profit of the month by the Jacksboro Chamber of Commerce. Members of the Chamber and church were on hand to present and accept awards. Courtesy photo.
Ty Thompson, a 7thgrade student at Jacksboro Middle School, was recently honored forachieving an exceptional score on the ACT, the same test taken by college bound high school students.
Jacksboro Police Chief Scott Haynes looks at a piece of art entitled Back the Blue Distinct Home by Ande, a Perrin company, made for the department. Jameson Chastain with the company shows the piece to Haynes during a presentation Wednesday afternoon.
After a successful first year, the Jacksboro Chamber of Commerce is hosting another Outdoor Expo and ChiliFest Saturday, Nov. 2.