News and views from newspapers around the state and nation ******** Trade Aid – Could We Have Done Better? – Commentary By Harwood D. Schaffer and Daryll E. Ray, Agricultural
It is getting into that harvest time of year. The grapes have already, for the most part, been harvested and from all accounts, turned out great. Peanut digging has started and cotton harvest is just around the corner.
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Good parents want to be involved in their children’s lives, but for years educators and psychologists have been asking the question: How much parental involvement is too much?
When we come together unified in corporate worship and small group settings, we affirm the “ministry of presence.”
I’ve been asked numerous times over the years, because of this line of work, if I’ve ever written my own obituary. The answer is yes. It was actually an assignment
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Sept. 19 declared a state of disaster in counties impacted by Tropical Storm Imelda, which first hit the upper Texas Gulf Coast on Sept.
The Las Vegas Review Journal on a shrinking middle class... Census data show the American middle class is shrinking, which is great news. That’s because millions of Americans who used
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