In 1962, Jim Reeves released a gospel album called “We Thank Thee.” The record contains twelve tracks that are a combination of gospel favorites and original Jim Reeves songs. This includes “Take My Hand, Precious Lord,” “I’d Rather Have Jesus,” “Oh, Gentle Shepherd,” and, of course, the album‘s title track which Reeves wrote himself.
PENSACOLA, Fla, -- Pensacola real estate attorney, developer, and former politician, Jim Reeves, was named a Pensacola State College Foundation Fellow Monday morning. A Foundation Fellow is an honorary title given to people who make significant financial contributions to the college. "It was exciting to me to raise the funds,...
CASA GRANDE — James D. "Jim" Reeves, 79, died on Jan. 27, 2022, in Casa Grande after a battle with Parkinson’s disease. Mr. Reeves was born on July 15, 1942, in Plainfield, Illinois, to David and Wannetta (Hendrickson) Reeves. After serving in the Navy, he worked as a machinist at Caterpillar Inc. and then as a maintenance supervisor for Armour-Dial in Illinois. He finished his career as the maintenance supervisor for Hexcel Corporation in Casa Grande.
CARTHAGE, Texas (KLTV) - Just outside Carthage, you’ll find the headstone for Jim Reeves, a world-famous country singer. It is also where you’ll find a historical marker commemorating his life. It’s the subject of this week’s Mark in Texas History. Jim Reeves was born in Galloway,...
After massive Upshur County fire, environmental dangers of scrap tire fires explained. This is a very serious environmental issue. In tire fires you’ll see a thick dark plume of smoke. This plume of smoke can contain cyanide, carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide, volatile organic compounds going into the air,” Stephen McLemore of ARK-LA-TEX Tire Processing says.