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It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Well, at least if you are a tax and numbers nerd. more
Because I will not openly be speaking to the city council on this issue again, I conclude my statements on this issue with this example given by Mark Robinson, a representative from SWEPCO, who also made a presentation to the city council on Monday. more
Social media. What I contend has become the bane of our societal existence has also become the very definition of an oxymoron. more
I would like to thank each of those who helped cleanup downtown Quitman. I asked for help and you came! more
Fifty years ago. Once you begin having clear recollections of events that far back, it’s a stark realization of the passage of time. The retrospectives on the lunar landing a half century ago are coming at us from many quarters. more
For me, the Fourth of July has always meant a celebratory day of picnics and fireworks. I’m sure Thursday night’s planned pyrotechnics at the Civic Center in Mineola will not disappoint. more
I really appreciate law enforcement. Thank you for your service. I live in Mineola, just outside the city limits. I have called the Sheriff’s Department several times – many, many loose dogs. more
Last week we talked in this space about snakes, and we will continue with that theme this week. I am talking about the recently convened session of the Texas Legislature. A lot of the news … more
Driving around, any astute observer has surely noticed the abundant wildflowers on the side of the road. In my area we have worlds of Black-Eyed Susan (the yellow flower) and the white flower about … more
Home grown fruits and vegetables often trigger a desire to preserve foods at home. While this can be a fun and rewarding way to keep foods long after the season ends, care must be taken to assure … more
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