Can You Judge What’s True and What’s False in This Week’s Headlines?

Our weekly installment of Two Texas Truths and a Lie.

By Becky FogelOctober 7, 2016 10:33 am,

In Two Texas Truths and a Lie, three stories are given to two contestants to compete to see who can figure out the fake one.

This week we have Bob Moore and Zahira Torres of the El Paso Times to consider some headlines about parades and pageants.

1. Next week, bring your cutest, brightest, most cherubic babies to Liberty County. That’s where the long-standing Trinity Valley Exposition Baby Parade will take place. Participating tots will walk or be carried along the short parade route. And it’s thought to be the oldest parade of its kind in the country.

2. On the opposite side of the spectrum – North Texas has recently hosted its 34th annual Ms. Mature Irving Pageant. All contestants have to be 60 years or older. The beauty queens compete in three categories: personality, talent, and evening wear.

3. And if you’re not a baby or over 60, you might want to try your hand at Midland’s Middle-Aged body building competition. All muscled participants from 40 to 59 get appropriately greased up and the winner earns a 20-pound, gold-plated barbell.

Which one is the lie? Listen in the player above to find out!