Rural Texans have a lot to say about the lack of broadband service in their communities. Since we covered the topic earlier this month, many readers have emailed to share their stories and pleas for help.
It is tempting – ever so tempting – to claim authorship of the headline introducing a column written a dozen years ago.
I’m going to bake bread!” my husband, Peter, announced.
Showing gratitude is one of the kindest and most powerful gifts humans can offer one another. It can cost little or nothing to reach out to another person and suggest a gracious word.
This column is dedicated to friends. Old friends. New friends. New friends who will one day be old friends. Family you’d chose as friends. Best friends. Casual friends. Facebook friends. Editor friends I’ve never met. Peripheral friends. Understanding friends. People you casually encounter who may not be friends (yet) but feel like they are. You all are golden.
As we are now in the month of November, we at Lamesa Middle School have been excited with a great fall semester and thank you for your support of our students at LMS!
Texas topped 1 million COVID-19 cases as some counties reimposed restrictions that had been loosened after this summer’s spike.
Labeling the recent national election as one of “entanglements” may be the kindest of descriptions. But, it’s a start.
I am a celebrity among the neighborhood dogs.
The year 2020 will go down as probably one of the most cultural shaping years of the United States and world in recent times.