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AUSTIN – When gearing up for hunting and fishing this fall, be sure to include two items from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department that won’t take up any more space and offer access to a world of resources: The Texas Outdoor Annual mobile app and the My Texas Hunt Harvest mobile app.
In a day and age when schools start far earlier in the year than they once did and when there continues to be record heat, it’s reasonable to ask why the school district isn’t putting its air-conditioned activity school buses on regular routes, at least until the heat breaks.
When my cellphone underwent an update last Saturday that caused a glitch in services, I found myself scrambling from one appointment to the next and being woefully underprepared for each.
Most folks have their mind made up, pro-Second Amendment or anti-Second Amendment. However, if there are some who need more information to decide, this is for you.