Good is a making your dream home a realty

Author: KROV News Department

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Pastor E. Thurman Walker in one of a long line of influential clergymen in San Antonio.  The dynamic religious and community leader was a coalition builder and pastor of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church.  During his tenure Dr. Walker helped triple the membership of his congregation. Walker had the unique ability to identify the wants and […]

Greatness occurs when your children love you, when your critics respect you and when you have peace of mind. – Quincy Jones

And on this day in 1793 – The US Congress passed the First Fugitive Slave Law, making it illegal to help or hide a runaway slave. And on this day in 1900 – James Weldon Johnson wrote the song that would later become the Negro National Anthem, Lift Every Voice and sing for a celebration […]

In Local News – Four Democrats and a single Republican are on the ballot today in a special election for the seat formerly held by state Rep. Justin Rodriguez, D-San Antonio. Rodriguez was appointed a Bexar County commissioner last month. His departure from the Texas Legislature began the fourth Capitol special election since the November midterms. […]

In Local News – City Councilman Greg Brockhouse announced he is entering the race for San Antonio mayor on Saturday. Brockhouse, who has been serving as councilman for District 6 since 2017, made the announcement to over 100 people in front of Del Bravo Record Shop on the city’s West Side. He told his supporters that his […]

“American Psycho” author Bret Easton Ellis wonders whether “Black Panther” deserves its Oscar nomination for Best Picture. According to Ellis Black Panther’s nomination has more to do with political correctness and not the artistic depiction of the comic book icon. In the 91 year existence of the Academy Awards a Black film has been nominated […]

Have a vision. Be demanding – Colin Powell

And on this day in 1920 – Tuskegee Airman Gen Daniel Chappie James was born in Pensacola Florida.  Chappie James learned to fly while attending Tuskegee Institute and after graduation in 1942 he continued civil pilot trainee until he received an appointment as a cadet in the US Army Corp in 1943.  Then in September […]

Baseball Hall of Famer – Frank Robinson died yesterday at the age of 83 after battling bone cancer. Robinson was a 2-time MVP and MLB’s first African-American manager. Robinson finished his playing days with 586 home runs — 10th on the all-time list. Robinson was known as by his nickname,  “Pencils”. He was born in […]

Every great dream, begins with a dreamer.  Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.                                                                                Harriet Tubman

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