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Who was that masked man?

Who was that masked man?

I have discovered that wearing a mask when I go to the grocery store makes me look 16 years younger. Mask on, I’m 42 again, thinking I’ll live until I die so how about adding a tub of Blue Bell this time? Mask off, I’m just another old man complaining about the rock-hard avocadoes.

Harts Bluff Happenings

Harts Bluff Happenings

We are definitely living in unprecedented times. This pandemic will be included in History textbooks (or on devices). Current students will be interviewed as older adults and asked to talk about what it was like to live through this crisis. I hope they are able to talk about heroes and some of the positives that come from this. I would like to start off by saying “Thank You” to all the doctors, nurses, and first responders that have been on call for everything that is going on. Routine traffic stops or any type of emergency response would be scary when you do not know anything about the person you are dealing with and any possible health issues they may have. When all of this first started back in March, Titus County Emergency Management Coordinator, Chief Larry McRae began a conference call with local government officials and the hospital each day. It has been a valuable resource to stay current on what is happening in our county and provides information for us as a district to assist in making decisions for our students. Our parents, staff, and technology have also been vital to the success we have had through this pandemic.

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