Col. Anthony Butler strutted like a peacock out of the White House on Aug. 7, 1829 with a seven-figure line of credit and secret orders to make the Mexicans an
This summer has been a very busy time in our school district. We are trying to put the finishing touches on the renovations at P.E. Wallace Middle School, preparing for
Last Saturday I headed out the door with the full intention of riding my motorcycle 2,004 miles to Canada, but when I got to the front steps and realized I
AUSTIN — A special interim committee of state lawmakers met July 24 at the Texas Capitol to further explore what can be done to prevent mass shootings like the one
My wife’s frantic declaration on the phone last week caught me off guard. She’s a cat person. So many creative responses were beckoning, I struggled to choose the right one.