We are all living just 10 years away from a world we can hardly imagine. I’m not talking about technology, global warming or advances in medical science. I’m talking in
Gov. Greg Abbott on Dec. 17 announced the appointment of David Whitley as Texas’ 112th secretary of state. In his new role, Whitley will act as Texas’ chief elections officer,
We’re all standing at the edge of yet another year. Personally, I’m excited, if a little nervous. I enjoyed 2018, but it was a challenging year for me. In the
And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed.
Idon’t think he’s avoiding thoughts about the true meaning of Christmas, but his mind seems to wander off into the tall weeds about gifts that might be coming his way,” said Aunt Maude,” who has be
This week I went to watch some of the youth from the church play basketball. It was interesting to see their personalities in a different environment.
When I was a kid, the telephone was important stuff. Like most families, we had one phone number. Can you imagine an entire family sharing one phone number? Yet we lived through it.
My cousins from out of town visited my brother and me in Lubbock this weekend, which has become a rare treat. I practically lived next door to my cousins throughout
Great things are happening at South Elementary. Our academic foundation has started strong, and we have many things of which to be proud. The English Language Arts teachers are excited
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton applauded a Dec. 14 Fort Worth federal district court decision declaring unconstitutional the U.S. Affordable Care Act, widely known as “Obamacare Ten months ago, Paxton