Nine historic “warbirds” will be on display at Majors Field (KGVT) during the Fly-in tomorrow (Saturday, November 3rd). One of the highlights will be the “Lady Liberty,” a Douglas Aircraft A-26B Invader attack bomber that was manufactured in 1944 in Long Beach, Calif. It is the oldest known operational […]
Godzilla was seen on Halloween Day on Lee Street. At first glance, the mythical creature was eyeing the sign on the Texan Theater. Barbara Horan’s disapproving glare soon had the radioactive monster ogling Barney Wiker’s Ford Fusion. Robert Pruitt was in the monster suit and it is believed that he […]
Dennis Wayne Strickland worked with Gail Sprinkle to have several musicians perform at the ribbon cutting for the Uptown Forum as it begins another 40-years of carrying on eclectic retailing in Greenville. Dennis relaxes with a bowl of Butternut Squash Soup from Pizzo’s Sicilian Cafe as Janis Laughlin comments on the entertainers.
Many spectators came to the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum to observe World War II living history. Today’s event saw “Gen. Patton” inspecting the troops at the encampment. James Adams, a veteran of the US Navy after World War II, was present when the Patton actor made his presence known. James […]
Preston Matlock and Luke Johnson were found at 5900 Wesley Street near Chase Bank. Luke and Preston tell us, “Don’t take time out of your business to stand in line at the car wash. We will come to you.” It appears that this customer’s Jeep is ready to roll.