This coronavirus sequester reminds me of another time in my life when my family was grounded. But we didn’t have many resources, i.e. grocery, pharmacy, etc., for that.
I looked at the rifle in my hands, then at the target, and finally back down to the rabbit that was two steps closer, probably hoping we’d offer it a nice, fresh carrot.
Q. Dear Neil: What are these insects on my crape myrtles?
Today as a successful radiation therapist at Paris Oncology McKinney, Kelsey Alford, now 25, said the challenges she faced as a teenager resulted in her being a more caring health care professional.
Making sure that you know the symptoms of a seasonal allergy and are not mistaking them for something more sinister, like Covid-19, has never been more critical.
Pet owners may need to take additional precautions, because, while there is currently no evidence that pets can contract Covid-19, a pet’s body may carry particles of the virus if touched by infected individuals.
A lot of fishermen are staying home during these trying times. There are still some, though, that are getting out on the water.
I’ve heard from more readers concerning this past week’s outdoors column than I normally receive in three months. It’s become very obvious that we all are in dire need of hearing some “good news.”
“Even a small amount of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity can help reduce blood pressure and anxiety symptoms,” said Michael Lopez, AgriLife Extension program specialist in family and community health, College Station.
Q. Dear Neil: I planted these three crape myrtles 20 years ago to create a screen. As you can see, I have never topped them. However, they look very bushy, and I’m wondering if I can remove some of the internal trunks and stems to open them up?
Wrong Willie and I stood in the new shade provided by tender hackberry leaves, watching Delbert P. Axelrod, my personal albatross, wade-fish for crappie.
Marriage licenses issued by the Lamar County Clerk’s Office for the weeks of March 27, 2020, include:
Besides movies, now is the time to catch up on TV/cable series you’ve always wanted to watch. Most of the older ones are available for streaming on Netflix. But Amazon and Apple have poured money into their own, so you may want to examine your memberships. I know a lot of you are “binge-watc…
Hopefully soon, the Lamar County Courthouse Annex will bear a marker designating the former Federal Court & Post Office building and the block upon which it sits a place of historical significance.
The biggest hidden danger of COVID-19 is the fact that healthy people with no acute symptoms can be carrying and shedding the virus for days.
Spring is here, and male crickets will be chirping away in an attempt to find a mate. While crickets are noisy and numerous, they can be silenced, by natural selection.
The 1918 influenza pandemic killed close to a million just in our country; over 200 in Paris.
This new social distancing is totally foreign to us. We’re accustomed to going to the store, bait shop, gun shop or wherever we wish when we wish.
Even though we are going through critical times right now, you can still go to the lake, be away from crowds and relax. There is nothing like being on the water and doing what you love.
“This week we are studying transportation, and ‘adventure’ is our word of the week,” Shawn Reeves said as campus principal Sheila Ensey held up the printed word while parent coordinator Kim Miller recorded the scene with several airplanes as a backdrop.
Last spring the Hunting Club membership was gathered around the bed of Wrong Willie’s truck in the time-honored tradition of farmers, ranchers and outdoorsmen. To a man, we rested our elbows on three different sides of the truck, hands dangling inside over coolers, fishing gear, tackle boxes…