It’s amazing what the surgeons can do now a days. I have had friends who have had kidney transplants. I have a friend who is waiting on a lung transplant.
Highs and lows of Valentine’s Day I kind of have mixed feelings about Valentine’s Day. In my experience, it can be a wonderful or terrible holiday whether you’re single or
I never met Lance Bailey until after I moved to Lamesa over 16 years ago, but I knew about him – although not by name – since he was a kid
It was a go to the store for laundry detergent come home with fabric softener kind of day. And it happened to me. Of course it did. But hey, everyone
Gov. Greg Abbott named as his emergency priorities education reform, teacher pay, school safety, property tax reform, mental health services and disaster response in his Feb. 5 “State of the
There was much to chatter about when Uncle Mort reached his mailbox down the lane. A neighbor on the next farm was fetching his mail too, the day was sunny
Ijust got home from the Lamesa Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet. “100 Years: Celebrating a Century of Service and Success Together!” It was fun to see many of our
There is an information vacuum when it comes to private companies using eminent domain in Texas. Even though eminent domain is a governmental power that is supposed to be used
The Oscars are this month, so this is the prime time of the year to discuss movies. Unfortunately, people don’t always know how to talk about entertainment, in my experience.
We all wake up in the morning – unless we work the night shift. Then we go to bed in the morning and wake in the evening. But despite differing