Alice Reese, Herald-Banner movie reviewer, says "The Broken-Hearts Gallery," new in theaters this weekend, features a great comic performance by a young Australian actress, Geraldine Viswanathan, but will primarily be appreciated by milennial audiences. Alice also discusses "Tenet," the science-fiction action movie, that is the biggest hit since the coronavirus situation began.
Wayne Bowman, Hunt County Master Gardener, says if you intend to grow any fall vegetables, time is running out. It's important to plant so that you can harvest a crop before the first frost by around mid-November. Wayne recommends buying transplants from garden centers at this point, in particular the "cole crops," such as cabbage, turnips and collard greens. Wayne also discusses soil testing in this conversation.
Carol Taylor, Hunt County Historical Commission chairman, says the Ebenezer Baptist Church of Wolfe City recently received the 100th historical marker presented in Hunt County. The predominantly-black church was founded in 1889 by a committee made up of men and woman, and blacks and whites, very unsual for the time.
Paul Voss, Commerce Chamber of Commerce president, says the Chamber has decided not to hold the annual Bois D'Arc Bash this year for the first time since it started in 1987. The reason, of course, is the continuing threat of the coronavirus. Paul says not holding the popular celebration will cause considerable financial stress for the Chamber.