Title Tradition

The Friday night lights burn a little brighter in Pilot Point. Danny David has experienced that as both a player and head coach. As he has his team set to begin the 2020 season, he understands the expectation and tradition of this proud program, perhaps more than most. “It’s extremely special,” David said. “Here at Pilot Point, you expect to win. You don’t just hope to win. That’s because of the foundation that was put in place many, many years ago. And you don’t want to be the one that lets everyone down. Support comes from the whole town. It’s the parents, the fans. It makes our jobs better because they help motivate the kids to be the best they can be.” The Cats are coming off a 2019 seas

Shining a light on HOPE

Festival helps residents learn about HOPE The flurry of activity that filled the area beneath the trees in Krugerville’s city park off of U.S. 380 drew area residents to learn more about a nonprofit organization in Aubrey that helps feed and clothe those in need. HOPE Food and Clothing Ministry, which serves anyone in need who is willing to drive to its facility, was the organization promoted by Ambassador Ministry. “To spotlight them is the most important thing,” said Eric Rome with Ambassador Ministry out of Cross Roads. “They have an amazing ministry, and they do such amazing work.” He added that local people know about HOPE, but the organization needs help getting more exposure. HOPE Vic

An unbreakable bond

Garage Door Theater presents ‘Crimes of the Heart’ The newest production to grace the stage of the Garage Door Theater speaks to a lot of difficult topics — domestic abuse, adultry, racial tensions, suicide and mental health. But the prevailing theme, Director Clark Bawcom said, is the power and impact of the bond of sisterhood. “Even in really heighten circumstances or crises, sisters stick together no matter what,” Bawcom said. This is Bawcom’s second Garage Door Theater production, and he said the small cast has worked hard to prepare for this play. “They have worked really well together,” he said. “They are really working as an ensemble. A lot of them are really stepping out of their com

Patience rewarded

Miller family celebrates completed Habitat for Humanity home For a while, it seemed like having a house built through Habitat for Humanity just wasn’t going to happen for Carla Miller and her children. Then, once the process got started, a worldwide pandemic and local rainy weather meant that dream of homeownership had to wait a couple more months. But on July 30, their new house was dedicated. “We knew it would be ready when it’s time,” Carla said. “The kids were anxious. They’re like, ‘When’s it going to be done?’” Carla has three children: Charlie Newman, Austin Miller and Aspen Miller. The three huddled around their mother during the dedication ceremony and took turns thanking the group

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