Do you have time for this?” my husband, Peter, asked.
He was not gigantic in physical stature, but in his no-nonsense approach to government, he stood tall, this proud Texas governor who was the first West Texan to hold the office.
June is National Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month.
I had a bit of a eureka today.
This time last year I wrote an article pertaining to my responsibilities at Lamesa ISD. My article at that time involved all of the meals we had served, all of the people who had gone above and beyond to keep things operating, keep people fed, keep employees paid with their ongoing benefits, and all of the things that touch school finance that had to keep running despite the school closure and kids learning from home.
Gov. Greg Abbott vowed last week at a border security summit to build a barrier to slow the flow of migrants through the state’s southern border.
Lamesa’s girls softball team made it as far in the playoffs as ever before. To see their last game, we traveled to Abilene on a Saturday.
A cousin of mine reportedly said, “I can’t imagine living in a house where other people have lived!”
When I was pregnant, I anticipated the birth of my precious babies, but I dreaded the pain of the actual experience. Hey, I’m human.
The U.S. Census Bureau has released is sub-county population estimates from April 2010 to July 2020. That includes population estimates for the 1,200 incorporated places in Texas.