Most of us love our community and want the best for it. It’s our home. It’s where we live, work, learn, play, and raise our families. And yet, it’s easy to go about our daily lives without ever stopping to think, What can I do to make my community better?
A special called meeting of the Lamesa City Council has been scheduled Thursday evening to discuss and consider taking action on the resignation of City Manager Shawna Burkhart.
Before we were married, my husband had a roommate from Africa – Sierra Leone to be exact. And this roommate introduced him to a dish called peanut butter stew.
You’re probably aware this is an election year. During the next several months, the candidates will discuss issues that should greatly interest you as a citizen. But as an investor, how concerned should you be with the results of the presidential and congressional elections?
Gov. Greg Abbott on Jan. 30 commented on a White House briefing about actions to stem the transmission of novel coronavirus in the United States.
A conversation at a Super Bowl party on Sunday led to Mayor Josh Stevens and other local officials making a visit to a North Elementary classroom on Tuesday morning.
From time to time, I resort to writing about short, unrelated topics that some folks have described as “Mother Hubbard” columns. This reminds them of ministers who preach “Mother Hubbard”
My sister learned to whistle at age two. She was precocious in other ways as well. She knew how to read by the time she started kindergarten. She demonstrated a
It is entirely possible that your retirement years can be the very best of your life… or the very worst. Many times, it boils down to one question: Did you
Something about a new year (or decade) gets me focused on the English language. I’m not sure why. Normal people focus on indoor exercise and weight loss during the winter