Learning to live a simple life is not always the easiest skill to learn, especially when it comes to our finances and our habits.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has not been much to do other than watch television to occupy time during the shutdown of the country. Television has allowed some escape from the stress of the outbreak hitting our nation and has helped us pass...Read more
The Vindicator is celebrating Black History Month by highlighting some of the hardworking and dedicated people who are making a difference in our community. One such person is The Vindicator’s very own Club News Editor, Bonita Davis....Read more
How do you check on your loved ones? Do you text them, or perhaps write them a note and mail it? The “old way” of writing a letter, some might say, is a longer process, of course. We write a letter, mail it, and wait a week or more to receive and respond to the letter. By no means is it what we now consider a norm.Read more
The Trinity River has been known by many names in recorded history, but the present name was given by General Alonso de Leon, in about 1690 while traveling into the territory of “Los Tejas Indios” with Fray Damian Massanet. De Leon noted in his diary on 19th May 1690 arriving at a large and pleasant valley to which we gave the name of La Valle de la Santissima Trinidad which translates the Valley of the Most Holy Trinity. As was the custom of Spanish explorers, rivers ands prominent landmarks were named for religious feasts or Holy Days....Read more