I’m heading off to visit kids and granddaughters in a couple of days. Seeing Utah for the first time too! By the time this sees print, I’ll have returned, wondering
Columns & Opinions
AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton last week asked two federal agencies to move quickly to fund the state’s Healthy Texas Women program. The program was cut off from
Politicians may disappoint us, frustrate us, or even anger us. But we cannot solve our problems at any level without skilled politicians. For the most part, we Americans value expertise.
The majority of Texas counties honor the memory of someone regarded as a state or national hero, but one of the state’s 254 political subdivisions is named for a once
More than two and a half centuries ago this week - May 15, 1755, to be exact--a Spanish rancher established the outpost of Laredo on the wild frontier of New