Sharon Feldt of Sulphur Springs, our books commentator, reviews "Tarot Terrors" by Linda Pirtle, a North Texas author, who with her husband, fellow author Caleb Pirtle, is a member of the Silver Leos Writers Guild at Texas A&
Carol Taylor, Hunt County Historical Commission chairman, relates the story of the creation of Hopkins County, on March 25, 1846, and Hunt County, on April 11, 1846, about a year after Texas became one of the United States. Carol says the original Hopkins County seat was in the town of Tarrant, located a little north of today's county seat, Sulphur Springs.
Alice Reese, Herald-Banner movie critic, picks the World War I drama "1917" as the likely winner of the "Best Picture" at the Academy Awards presentations Sunday night. Alice also reviews "Birds of Prey," the new DC Comics movie out this weekend.
Dr. Karri McCreary, co-owner of the Greenville Animal Hospital, says February is Pet Dental Health Month. She says dental care is often overlooked by pet owners. And Dr. McCreary reacts to a report that veterinarians are reporting a major problem with pets being overweight.