Food safety is important for everyone – but it’s extremely important for individuals with a weakened immune system, which makes them especially vulnerable to foodborne illness.
More than 600 new laws signed into law by Governor Greg Abbott went into effect Sept. 1. The new state laws — including one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country, the right to carry handguns both concealed and openly without a license, changes to election law and a bill allowing restaurants to sell alcohol to go — were passed during the regular session of the legislature, which ended May 31.
Seminary professors, bless ‘em, are saddled with expectations that run the gamut, and they forge on, day after day, knowing that the likelihood of having “another Billy Graham” in their classes is beyond remote.
I met my former mother-in-law, “Mama Lou,” and my former father-in-law, “Poppo,” when I was not yet twenty years old. I hitched a ride to meet them, terrified because I’d spoken to my future mother-in-law on the phone and she sounded exactly like Lauren Bacall.
Tammy Wyatt, executive director of the Lamesa Boys and Girls Club, originally presented the following at the Weatherford High School football banquet in January of 2003, while she was married to a high school football coach. It iremains a good reminder of what football coaches here and elsewhere do for their student athletes.
When my husband first left this earth, people told me I was strong. I recoiled from this label because at the time I felt anything but strong.
Like most people, you may have several financial goals. But can you reach them all?
The Texas House approved an elections bill Friday along party lines with 21 Democrats declining to participate. The bill, slightly different from previously-passed Senate legislation, now heads a conference committee that will negotiate a final version.
Most hunters are so gungho, they’ll hunt anything that’ll run from ‘em. Similarly, TV news folks salivate at the prospect of all-out chases to pluck credible opinions on controversial topics.
Forty-one years ago this month the Lamesa Press-Reporter printed its fi rst submission from a relatively new cartoonist named Barry McWilliams. Ever since then, McWilliams’ “JP Doodles” drawings have appeared about once a week in this newspaper, providing an insightful view of small-town life either by lifting it up or good-naturedly poking fun at it.