Tell you the truth, Sunday I was with the folks who were outraged — right up until property got destroyed, innocent people were beaten to death and several cops got shot. Then that all changed.
When the pandemic first began, I thought I had seen the epitome of a community coming together in a time of crisis. However, I was wrong.
Take a few deep breaths and get over yourselves and your fears and prejudices and make the decision to do what it takes to not spread this virus to anyone else, especially yourself.
In the wake of a school year interrupted by Covid-19, a document issued by the Texas Education Agency makes an argument for nearly year-round schooling, with an earlier start, longer breaks, a later end and a short summer. Any changes would require school board approval. Would you support a …
How fortunate are we that we should endure a pandemic while the world remains at our fingertips?
Congratulations Capt. Jacobs on your promotion in rank, and thank you for your service to our community.
Physicians are responding to the immediate needs of their patients on an individual basis. The only offerable advice which means a damn thing is ask your doctor.
Their multiple purposes make memes essential in a time of crisis. They can bring clarity to a situation while also uniting people under one idea.
We’ve been hearing the words “drive-thru” a lot lately, what with the pandemic and the business closings and all the physical distancing we’ve been doing for the last few weeks.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said efforts to allow mail-in voting during the coronavirus pandemic is a “scam by Democrats to steal the election.” He said no one under 65 should fear contracting Covid-19 from in-person voting. Do you support expanded mail-in voting during the pandemic?
If my wearing a mask into Walmart cuts the chance of my fellow shoppers contracting Covid-19, I can do that. I’m not wearing a mask out of fear. I’m wearing it as a courtesy.
There’s just something special about the Memorial Day service planned each year by the Red River Valley Veterans Memorial board of directors.
It’s been one thing right after another this week, so I haven’t really sat down to contemplate what my column will be. Therefore, you will get a potpourri this week.
A big chunk of what is happening out there, however, has the stink of nefarious intent and morbid opportunism to it.
I knew coming into this profession that I would be exposed to everything the world has to offer: good and bad. However, I was not prepared for what I did encounter.
I’m really not a hugger. I never have been. Not with people I do not know and trust.
I got a Covid-19 test done. It was nothing short of brutal.
Health and fitness guru Tom Nikkola of Minnesota posted on Facebook recently about the coronavirus epidemic. Of equal interest is an editorial Thursday by current Paris News editor Klark Byrd.
Back in the day, the drill for a crappie fishing trip went something like this: Pull up to a tree with limbs above the water, secure the boat, drop minnows down through the limbs, and either catch crappie or spend 30 minutes trying and then move on to the next likely spot.
I was trolling through Facebook over my lunch break, and one of my college friends in Houston posted how she felt bad about running over a squirrel this morning.
Well, that was an interesting week, wasn’t it?! There for a while it was a little hard to keep up with it all.