In Stephen King’s ‘The Outsider,’ the light’s winning — barely

In Stephen King’s latest, “The Outsider,” out now, a police detective and a forensic private investigator track down a shapeshifting boogeyman who likes to frame people for sadistic crimes. A local baseball coach is accused of violently assaulting and murdering a young boy. There’s equal proof of both that he definitely wasn’t at the crime […]

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Back in the saddle: Recovered from a brutal accident, rider sets sights on Oklahoma competition

This article originally appeared in the January 31, 2015 edition of the Wise County Messenger. Ask any parent who lets their child participate in sports, and they’ll tell you their biggest fear is seeing their child get hurt. For Diran and Kellie Lancaster of Bowie, that fear became a reality last year when their 12-­year­-old […]

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Working on Christmas

It’s easy to get discouraged around the holidays, especially this year. With all the riots, protests and unrest going on in America this Advent season, at times it has been hard for me to proclaim “Joy to the World, the Lord is come.” This Christmas marked a first for me— today, I’m celebrating the birth […]

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