Editorial cartoonist Ben Sargent once penned a masterful sketch of a newspaperman — a skinny, bug-eyed fellow in a baggy suit with a press card in the band of his porkpie hat.
Last weekend I dove headfirst down a deep rabbit hole. And, as those of us with rabbit hole experience can attest, once you hop in there is no going back.
An Eastland County sheriff’s deputy died Thursday as wildfires swept through several small Texas communities west of Dallas, destroying at least 50 homes and charring more than 54,000 acres as of Sunday.
What a downer this piece will be for those who might mistakenly expect exposure to views of leftist politics and/or liberal leanings. It’s none of those.
Maybe I’m a little old for this dress?” I suggested tentatively as I made my way to the mirror in the little shop.
The doorbell rang unexpectedly tonight. I wasn’t anticipating anyone.
The word “pandemic” has quickly become one of the most undesirable words in the English language over the past couple of years. The impact that has been left upon our world has proven to be life-changing and forced every individual to pick up the pieces and delve into a new form of normalcy in our daily lives.
Nine employees at a Bastrop County facility that cares for young victims of sex trafficking have been accused of trafficking those same girls, according to the Austin American-Statesman.