“Many people ask how I made it to where I am, on such an untraditional route and it’s easy to say ‘you have to believe in yourself and dreams will come true’ but that’s only part of it, and in my opinion that’s only the second part,” Sowers wrote. “It’s important for all to know that dreams are achieved by first finding someone who sees your worth and value, regardless of your gender, and takes the necessary steps to clear a path, even on the path less traveled. Those people are hard to find, but I was blessed to begin my journey in the NFL because of a close friend and mentor in Scott Pioli.
More than 200 people were left injured, including 30 police officers.In addition to Taliban fighting positions, the strikes targeted training facilities in Badakhshan province and “stolen Afghan National Army vehicles that were in the process of being converted to vehicle borne improvised explosive devices,” according to US Forces Afghanistan.”The Taliban have nowhere to hide,” said Gen. John Nicholson, commander of US Forces Afghanistan. “There will be no safe haven for any terrorist group bent on bringing harm and destruction to this country.”US forces continue to carry out strikes on Taliban support networks in Helmand province and target sources of revenue such as illegal narcotics, the service said, adding that strikes and raids in the region have destroyed more than $30 million of Taliban revenue since the campaign began in November, 2017.Last April, the US military dropped its most powerful non nuclear bomb on what it said were ISIS positions in Afghanistan, describing it as a tactical move.
First day of class is just 10 days away on August 22.Lufkin man living on the streets turns life aroundLufkin man living on the streets turns life aroundUpdated: Sunday, March 25 2018 6:31 PM EDT2018 03 25 22:31:41 GMTIt was back in November, where a Lufkin man, living on the streets and making crosses out of wood and beads first shared his story. Now after nearly four months, he has a roof over his head and climbing himself out of homelessness.It was back in November, where a Lufkin man, living on the streets and making crosses out of wood and beads first shared his story. Now after nearly four months, he has a roof over his head and climbing himself out of homelessness.Man dies following an auto pedestrian collision in NacogdochesMan dies following an auto pedestrian collision in NacogdochesUpdated: Sunday, March 25 2018 10:27 AM EDT2018 03 25 14:27:50 GMTThe Nacogdoches Police Department has identified the man that was struck by a car late Saturday night.