Where do you read the newspaper? The Uvalde Leader-News is again accepting photo submissions from people reading the newspaper in far-flung or unique geographical locations. The newspaper first held the contest in 2013 and received dozens of entries, which appeared one at a time on the front page of each edition of the newspaper – for nearly one year.Simply e-mail, mail or bring your photos into us on or before Dec. 31, 2016, to be eligible for the contest. Pictures will be judged on location, originality and authenticity and should be accompanied by a brief description...
Funeral services for Arlie Carson, 60, of Black Jack were scheduled for 3 p.m. Friday, June 13, 2014, in the Phillips & Luckey Funeral Chapel. Burial followed in the Liberty Cemetery in Burleson County near Black Jack. Visitation was 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Arlie Carson was born March 20, 1954, in Uvalde to Goldie DeeDee (McCoy) Carson. On May 1, 1986, he and Cheryl Ann Gremmel were married in Uvalde. In 1990, Arlie began work as a Lease Operator for Clayton Williams Energy. Arlie and Cheryl came to Black Jack in 1995 where they made their home. He was a volunteer with the Black Jack Fire Department and was their former Fire Chief. Arlie enjoyed gardening, farming and ranching, fishing and a little competition throwing washers. At their home in Black Jack he would go to his greenhouse where he would listen to country music while smoking a cigar. Arlie passed away Monday night, June 9, 2014, in St. Joseph Hospital in Bryan. He was preceded in death by his mother, Goldie DeeDee McGuffin, and his step father, Jay McGuffin. Surviving are his wife, Cheryl Carson, of Black Jack; two sons, Houston Arlie Carson and wife, Callee, of College Station and Mac Arlie Carson of Hondo; daughter, Jody Rihn and husband, Josh, of Sabinal; four sisters, Benita Lane and husband, Sammy, Brenda Hutchison,
Rosemary Sanford and Joshualine Scheide; three grandchildren, Kammi Rihn, Keylie Rihn and Kannen Rihn
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