The Heavenly Children’s Legacy will dedicate a statue to remembering children who passed away in Van Zandt County and the surrounding communities at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, June 26, at Cherry Creek Park in Canton.
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The Electric Reliability Council of Texas urged Texans to cut back on power usage last week when an unusually large number of power plants shut down for unexpected repairs as temperatures soared. ERCOT officials announced Friday that Texans could resume normal levels of electricity use, however.
Late June is a busy time for my family. My son has a birthday, followed by Father’s Day, my Dad’s birthday and then my nephew’s and grandfather’s birthdays in early July. All those celebrations are usually crammed into a two-day span of time since we are all together celebrating many occasions.
Sport specialization before the age of twelve leads to burnout and quitting sports altogether for many athletes. Single sport specialization increases risk of overuse injuries. In addition, there is a decrease in overall athletic development.
Brenda Sue Nicklas, the most beautiful, precious, and loving wife and mother passed away Tuesday June 15, 2021, after a long and courageous bout of cancer.
A memorial service for Naomi Jane Thompson, 87, of Canton, was held July 10, 2021, at Eubank Funeral Home in Canton. Interment was in Starr Cemetery.
A funeral service was held for Temple Bolt, 98, of Canton, Texas, on Monday, June 14, 2021, at Eubank Funeral Home, Bro. Steve Glosup officiating.
Glenn Love was born Sept. 4, 1957. He was a longtime resident of Canton, Texas. He lived in South Texas for a period of time in between residing in Canton. He returned to the Canton area about 10 years ago, moving back to retire there. He was a Baptist by faith. Glenn was a quiet, reserved type of person. Early in life, Glenn was unable to finish high school, but later went on to get a GED, and then many college classes followed. He became a teacher’s aide and mentor to others who needed help. He loved to read and would educate himself about many different subjects. He would often times quote excerpts and passages. He also loved movies. He was resilient and proved that he could get through anything that life brought his way. Glenn had a really big heart and was always helping others in need. He enjoyed paying it forward.