NOW HEAR THIS: Is that a rainstorm on the horizon or a West Texas sandstorm?
One of the most defining aspects of my formative years during the 1940s and ‘50s, was the epic Drought of the Fifties. Lives were disrupted and the Texas economy was dealt a devastating blow. I would estimate that over half of the farmers in Parker County lost everything and were forced to move to the city in order to find work and feed their families.
NOTES FROM THE JOURNEY: Remembering a father's gift
Among the things I like best about Father’s Day, in addition to the expressions of love from my children, are the treasured memories that the celebration calls up – especially the memories of my own Dad.
Letter to the Editor – June 14, 2013
We are broke we can’t help our own citizens. You know the sequester thing that just devastated the budget. No money for military, education, police, teachers and no money for tours of the White House.
TISCIONE: Remember, honor and thank
“Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the LORD our God.” Psalm 20:7
KELLY: What do you think?
Youth hormone: WOW! Just by taking this orally once a day you can take 20 years off your aging life process.
NOW HEAR THIS: Remembering things the way we want
Were the “good old days” really as good as we tend to remember them?
Letter to the Editor – June 2, 2013
The misinformation being presented regarding this administration’s unwarranted investigation of the Associated Press is astounding.
MEaP – a refreshing ‘aftertaste’
The regular 83rd Texas Legislative Session is now in the history books. As a school board member, I find it interesting that every session seems to leave me with a lingering flavor – an aftertaste.
TISCIONE: Truth … is it important?
It seems that every day a new story is breaking that reveals a lie told to the public. I am amazed that some, possibly many, don’t seem to care.
OPED: Champions of First Amendment deliver for Texas and its citizens
When the dust settles from another hard-fought legislative session, the people of Texas will have a clearer picture of current events in the Lone Star State, thanks to the hard work and determination of two Texas statesmen — one Republican, one Democrat.
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