Dr. Phil interviews death row inmate Rodney Reed Dr. Phillip McGraw came to Elgin shortly after the turn of the century and created a stramash among residents, but pulled off
Attention all Elginites that are about to be affected by the new gas line that Multifuels Bluebonnet Pipeline is about to install from Camp Swift to Elgin.
A bullet whizzed past my wife and grandson just outside our Bastrop County home Sunday, October 13, 2019.
Almost certainly it was fired by a neighbor who had no idea it endangered anybody.
I’ve been thinking a lot about what the Jefferson Davis Highway No. 20 marker stands for and the many ways that it affects
If you had the fortune of living in Elgin in the 60’s, 70’s and early 80’s, you knew two things: All the words to the Elgin High School Song and
Congratulations for Hall of Honor Congrats to the Elgin School Leaders/citizens and the Courier for the article on the Hall of Honor and to Mr. Ron Ramirez, the Sports Reporter
Since the founding of Elgin in 1872, small business owners have been the backbone of Elgin’s economy. For 147 years, these hard working men and women have been courageous visionaries
Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it This is a reminder to your letter writer last week. It is true, the U.S. has seldom, if ever, lived up
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