If you’re a dad, you may well be pleased to unwrap some tools as Father’s Day gifts. Of course, it might be a stereotype that all men are handy at repairs; women certainly can be every bit as good when it comes to building and fixing things. In fact, the construction process is valuable for …
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On Pat Mayse, crappie and white bass (sand bass) have been the main choice for a lot of fishermen, even though water levels are still somewhat high and stained. Crappie jigs and minnows have been best bets for the crappie, and spoons and lipless cranks have been good baits for the Sand Bass.
The Lamar County Appraisal District should fully research its options for growth, select the least expensive one that will meet its needs and a backup, then fully educate the entities it serves before handing them a proposal and saying please.
As a father myself, I’ve come into an awareness of Dad’s hope that we would know how much he loved us. It’s a hope I have for my children as I pass on to them my father’s love for me.
Hats off to Lamar County’s chief appraiser, Jerry Patton, for identifying a problem (lack of space and privacy in the Appraisal District’s current location) and trying to find a solution.