Get our your Christmas shopping list out because several businesses will be extending their hours for the Holiday Open House through Saturday.
As the days grow shorter and cooler, pecan trees in Texas prepare for their annual debut. Leaves take on hues of amber and crimson, painting a breathtaking landscape that attracts visitors from near and far. Amidst this natural transformation, pecans reach peak maturity and are ready to break through their sturdy shells.
The following statement may be attributed to Texas Farm Bureau President Russell Boening on Texas voter approval of Proposition 1 that protects the right to farm and ranch in Texas. “Texas farmers and ranchers are extremely grateful for the passage of Proposition 1. The approval of Texas voters of the constitutional amendment protecting the right to farm and ranch is a strong sign of support for Texas agriculture. “Approval of Proposition 1 allows Texas farmers and ranchers to continue to grow food, fiber and fuel for our communities and nation without fear of local and state government overreach.
Yes, Dawson County, sorghum is grown here. But it’s so little that it doesn’t stand out among the cotton fields.
Dawson County voters have spoken. They, along with Texans throughout the state, approved 13 of the 14 state constitutional amendments in Tuesday’s election.
Call it a preliminary or a practice show before the big day in mid-January 2024.
It says a lot about a program and a group of students when they are disappointed in finishing second in national competition.
Dawson County’s voters, who didn’t take advantage of the two-week early voting period, still have a last chance to cast their ballots in the state-wide election when the polls reopened Tuesday.
American military veterans are being honored Friday with an annual breakfast and school assembly.