Super Bowl LV is right around the corner, falling on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021. This year, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is teaming up with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service to remind football fans and Super Bowl partygoers that designated drivers are the best defense against the dangers of drunk driving.Read more
The Biden Administration has wasted no time in abandoning the America First agenda and has quickly reversed the positive economic trajectory achieved by the Trump Administration.Read more
Parents are paying closer attention to education options for their children. The pandemic has forced communities to not reinvent the wheel, but rather invent different types of wheels to meet the academic needs of a socially and academically diverse student body. This is one of the few positive outcomes of COVID19. Regardless of the academic option one chooses, information and data are necessary to make informed decisions for one’s children.Read more
Given the current state of affairs in the world, and – more to the point – here in the good old US of A, it’s a wonder any of us are still sane. There’s the worldwide viral pandemic, the political unrest, the unemployment and economic problems, the fact that I had to buy a new phone. It just goes on and on.Read more
The state playoffs just finished. Reaching the playoffs required many hours of hard work and sacrifice from coaches and players. Successful seasons are a testament to team unity and individual dedication.Read more
For several years, if my son and/or his friends were in the car with me I would drive 5 miles out of the way to avoid going past McDonald’s. Everybody wanted nuggets, fries and a coke, not to mention playing at Playland. Once in a while I would give in, but mostly not. These days I don’t mind making chicken nuggets at home, and anybody can play in my yard who wants to.Read more
As we enter a new year in our newspaper group, I wonder what new and exciting things will be in store for our company and employees in 2021.
2020 was challenging year for most businesses and their employees due to the coronavirus.Read more