My husband, Peter, and I have matching folding chairs.
A few weeks ago I started a series on seven words that can possibly help us make sense of –and master – the crazy, unpredictable world we live in.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced via Twitter Saturday that he is now testing negative for COVID-19, four days after testing positive though asymptomatic.
Stories of gasoline price wars were common in Texas around 1960, when regular gas sold sometimes for 10.9 cents per gallon. Competition for college biology teachers, however, wasn’t all that common.
You know you’re no longer in Kansas when you notice the food and eating habits found in other countries.
I recently sold the house I’d lived in for more than 20 years. During that time my family and I had accumulated infinite memories and related “stuff.”
Our vision at Lamesa ISD is “Effort Today Success Tomorrow.” We believe that the efforts we put in today and always will result in our success in the future. Great things are happening at Lamesa ISD, and we look forward to working alongside each of you in our community. We appreciate the dedication of our parents being committed to the success of their children.
A growing number of school districts, counties and cities have defied Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order banning mask mandates, as COVID-19 cases continue to spike due to the delta variant and a low rate of vaccination among Texans.
Perhaps the most current evidence that August falls into the “dog days” category appeared in “neighborhood news” the other day.