He's making his list and checking it twice.
Of course, he knows who's naughty and nice. But the job of Old Saint Nick is sometimes more than one magical man can handle, so as Santa Claus gears up for Christmas he has sought a little help from the Reporter.
According to an official spokesman for the North Pole, letters from boys and girls around the world are starting to pile up, spurring Santa to ask for assistance with letters from children across Somervell County.
Students within Glen Rose ISD are asked to leave their letters at their campuses where they will be picked up by newspaper staff.
Other children may deliver their letters to the Reporter office, located at 1005 N.E. Big Bend Trail, Ste. 1 or mail them to Santa Claus ? Glen Rose Reporter, P.O. Box 2009, Glen Rose, Texas 76043.
Letters may also be submitted online at yourglenrosetx.com. Click the "Holiday Fun" box on the homepage. While your logged on to the website, be sure to also check out the special holiday games, recipes and arts and crafts.
All letters must be sent in time for Santa to prepare for Christmas, Santa has requested they be sent to the Reporter no later than 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13.
In addition to forwarding wish lists to the North Pole, letters will also appear in the Wednesday, Dec. 19, edition for readers to enjoy.