After spending the last three decades with my husband, I’ve learned marriage isn’t what I thought it would be. In some ways it is harder. In myriad ways it exceeds
A San Antonio federal judge on Feb. 27 ordered Texas Secretary of State David Whitley not to purge the names of voters whose registrations he challenged as being potentially fraudulent. The
One was nationally renowned, known for the spoken word--the other, for words written down. The former was radio newsman Paul Harvey; the latter – as eloquent in print as Harvey
It is hard to be hungry when you are well fed. How do we motivate ourselves and others? That is one of the big challenges that managers everywhere face with
A special General Conference of the United Methodist Church was called for in 2016 to be held in 2019. It was set in motion to address human sexuality, marriage and ordination.
Now that Valentine’s Day is over, I suppose it’s time to start getting ready for the end of winter.
The Texas House Democratic Caucus on Feb. 21 announced its “Texas Kids First” education-funding package that would include all-day pre-kindergarten, teacher raises and retirement and property tax reform. “We hope
My husband and I had to make a trip to the home improvement store last weekend for one item. Just one. We started out together, but after a cursory period
Most veterans stand proudly on annual dates they’re honored, springing to their feet when their military branches are introduced and their “fight songs” played in musical medleys. Ken Kelley, however,
Igrew up in a day and time when educators were more than teachers. They were the key ingredients to the didactic makeup of a community. They helped to create a