I remember a book from early childhood written by Charles Schulz. It was titled, “Happiness Is” and it caused quite a stir amongst the preschool crowd (and beyond). For good reason. Its message was simple, meaningful, ageless and timeless. I
My name is David Ritchey. I am the new principal at Lamesa High School. I am excited about this new opportunity and challenge. My hope is that I continue growing as an administrator, but more importantly as a leader for our school, our staff, and most importantly, our students.
My old Uncle Mort is nothing if not analytical, even when he’s not even looking for ways to make easy bucks. He called recently to provide his analysis of members of the Thicket Community Church whose pastor called for a special mid-week prayer session appealing for rain. It would be at high noon on the church lawn.
This time of year still hits me hard.
Editor’s note: Jilly Pertler is on vacation this week. This column is a “classic” she wrote in 2014.
During the 2019 Memorial Day weekend in Texas, there were a total of 360 driving under the influence (DUI) alcoholrelated traffic crashes, according to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). Those crashes killed 16 people and seriously injured another 34.
Texas voters overwhelmingly approved two proposed amendments on Saturday that will provide property tax relief to homeowners.
In all the years I’ve known my aged Uncle Mort, he has made few observations about horses, if any at all. For the past few days, he has spoken of little else, what with the news that the City of Dallas hardly knows what to do with one of its storied landmarks.
It’s a great time to get old!” That’s what my husband, Peter, says.