Postal inspectors effectively pulled the plug on a Corsicana-to-Palestine electric railway on Dec. 4, 1907 by banning the fraudulent firm from the U.S. mail. Following a modest debut in Ohio
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Things didn’t change much in the house where I grew up. Nor in the home of my aunt and uncle -two of my mother’s three siblings. They lived for decades
Judging from the size of the multideck headline atop the front page of the Austin American, the newspaper’s readers may have at first thought something really momentous had happened over
Patriotism has been on a lot of people’s minds lately. French President Emanuel Macron recently criticized President Trump and other world leaders for their “us versus them” view of patriotism.
AUSTIN — Texas has its lowest unemployment rate in more than 42 years. The Texas Workforce Commission on Nov. 16 announced that Texas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 3.7