I’m staying “up north” with Mom and Dad, and that is always good.
Great things are going on at Lamesa ISD! Our student athletes are working very hard to compete at a very high level to achieve outstanding athletic accomplishments. The Cross Country program lead by Rosemary McCall has started this season with an outstanding group of young men and women. The Cross Country team competed on Saturday August 26th at Lubbock Christian University for their first meet called the “Rust Busters” invitational. The most important meet for the year will be on Wednesday October 10th @ Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock Texas for the District Cross Country Meet.
We’ve always heard about how tiny errors can foster various responses, ranging from serious misunderstanding to thigh-slapping laughter.
Regular readers of this column will attest to the fact that my summer has been defined by two words: home improvement.
Father Time… … is still undefeated.
Paxton trial completes first week T he first week of suspended Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s impeachment trial in the Senate ended with his former lead law enforcement officer testifying an Austin developer alleged to have bribed Paxton constructed a “conspiracy theory” that federal officials altered a search warrant for his property, the Austin American-Statesman reported.
It was time to come back from Mexico. It wasn’t because of the weather. The weather was wonderful. The nights up in the mountains were cool, and the days were warm, and sometimes, in the afternoons, a thunderstorm would roll in, and a refreshing rain would fall, leaving the air clean and sweet. No. It wasn’t the weather.
n today’s front page we placed a special piece of art highlighting Patriot Day in America, marked on Sept. 11 each year to remember the horrific attacks of that day in 2001 and how our country came together. Most of us know this as 9/11.
Usual readers-- both of you, and a few relatives who sometimes read to see if I “got it right”--may remember that a month ago, I decided to put my “quill back in the goose” until September. A few cool days in New Mexico beckoned, and off we drove to the Land of Enchantment, neither footloose nor even close to fancy free, as it turned out.
“At first I was afraid, I was petrifi ed…” Gloria Gaynor