In Milford it has become tradition for Santa Clause to come wish everyone Merry Christmas a top a beautiful red fire engine. The highway is cleared as the siren is sounded and lots and lots of Milford residents greet Santa.
Do you remember writing letters to Santa? Do you remember the excitement it stirred inside you? It was such a fun thing to do and made you feel like you had a chance to get at least one thing on your Christmas wish list.
Last Sunday, Ashley Wendler’s house exploded with everything she owns inside. Ashley and her two children Alxus and Chase were not in the house so fortunately no one was hurt. But everything they own is gone.
Diane Gasparro wanted to give her husband Frank a special birthday this year since it would be his sixtieth. So, on October first she chartered a bus in Dallas, gathered up about forty five friends and family members and headed to Italy, Texas.
Tuesday Night in Milford was buzzing with excitement. Once again, the City of Milford went all out for National Night Out. Just about everyone in town was there and having a great time.
Edward and Sharon Alvarado moved to Italy four years ago from Midlothian. This is their second time to be selected as Italy’s Yard of the Month and very well deserved.
Billy and Mary Copeland were honored as the recipients of “Yard of the Month” for July and after one look at their yard, you know why.
Father’s Day is a time to remember your Dad and the good times you shared. It is a day to honor him. Father’s Day (this Sunday, June 20th) is celebrated on the third Sunday of June in fifty-five countries.
Every person, big and small, has his own idea of the perfect dish of ice cream. Sandwiches, shakes or cones melting down your arm in the hot sun. Add-ins like M&M’s, cookie bits, fruit or granola go great on butter pecan, peach, strawberry, chocolate, vanilla, rocky road-the list is endless.
Samantha (Shelley) Nance, a brilliant artist and a 2007 IHS graduate, will continue to be lovingly remembered after her Memorial Garden dedication ceremony at Italy High School on Monday, May 24, held to honor her life.
Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas! What child wouldn’t want to write Santa Claus a letter and tell Santa just exactly what they want for Christmas? And then get a reply from Santa? The United States Post Office is making this possible again, this year. They are ready for Santa’s letters.
“I am flattered and honored to be the Citizen of the Month. I try to live my life with respect and take pride in my town,” said Billy Copeland.
Cherie Timmes, Spanish teacher at Italy High School, took her very first exchange student into her home this fall. Her student, Anette, from Norway, settled into the Texas life with enthusiasm.
Laura and Randy Brogdon of Italy, Texas, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lindsey Brogdon, to Seth Buchanan, son of Earl and Jennifer Buchanan of Italy, Texas, and Roland and Kelly Cale of Waxahachie.
As I was driving down Highway 34, Tuesday afternoon around 4:00 PM, I could not believe my eyes. I took a double take and yes I really did see a man walking down the highway on stilts.