Tuesday, Sep. 30, 2014
hCheers: To the three River Oaks police officers who entered a blazing building to rescue a trapped invalid. Their actions reflect great honor upon themselves, River Oaks and first responders everywhere. Well done, gentlemen.
Friday, Sep. 26, 2014
Cheers: To Fort Worth’s excellent symphony conductor, Miguel Harth-Bedoya, director and family man. He brings a freshness to each program with such impressive variety. Congratulations to Harth-Bedoya for a fun 15 years of great leadership.
Thursday, Sep. 25, 2014
hCheers: To the cast and crew at Theatre Arlington for a fabulous fun filled afternoon of fantastic music, uproaring laughs and the wonderful game of Whodunit — the Musical.
Wednesday, Sep. 24, 2014
hCheers: To the Keller Fire Department and EMS for taking great care of my mom after she fell in the Kroger parking lot Sept. 7, and for tracking me down. Also to those who called 911 and stayed with her, and to the staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth trauma center.
Tuesday, Sep. 23, 2014
iJeers: To the Fort Worth Transportation & Public Works Department. Why do many of the traffic lights stop working properly when there is a rainstorm?
Saturday, Sep. 20, 2014
Cheers: To the grand jury that refused to indict the Fort Worth letter carrier who should not have to put up with a loose dog while delivering mail. Jeers to the dog owner who let his dog run loose.
Thursday, Sep. 18, 2014
Cheers: To Dr. Roark at the Western Hills Animal Clinic for his loving care for our cat, Claudie, who had to be euthanized.
Wednesday, Sep. 17, 2014
hCheers: to the doctors and nursing staff at Texas Health Harris HEB Hospital for excellent service and care for my mom during her stay Aug. 18 and 19. You level of compassion and professionalism is second to none. God bless all of you.
Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2014
Jeers: To a cable TV company for never burying a cable in my backyard that they laid last January, after repeated calls and complaints. Double jeers to Fort Worth and Texas for having absolutely no oversight of cable providers.
Friday, Sep. 12, 2014
Jeers: To the museum that has a display on the Trinity River. I could do better. The pictures are just ugly. Brian Luenser is the one you should have hired. He lives in Fort Worth and definitely knows the Trinity. Have you seen his work? What were you thinking?