When Texas advertisers spend their money with Facebook and Google, they’re propping up California’s economy. But when they spend their money with local companies, their dollars support local jobs.
The 2020 elections are a test of whether Democratic hopes and Republican fears — borne of the close finishes in the 2018 elections — are justified. The UT/TT Poll results on that question offer some clues.
Now, as Barr seeks to shine a light on how the investigation machine revved up, we suddenly hear concerns about the costs of such probes.
I remember being intrigued as a boy by the idea that there might be other worlds out there, including some with intelligent life.
Alton Brown says if you sub in more than two ingredients in a recipe, then you’re not cooking the dish you’re supposed to. You’re cooking something else and shouldn’t be surprised if it turns out wrong.
Back in the days when American dads were building fallout shelters in their basements and backyards, I always wondered where we would put our garbage during a thermonuclear war.
I have been reading a book that has fit right in with the chill in the air and the lack of sunshine. I picked up “The Big Book of Texas Ghost Stories” a few months ago, and added it to my stack of books to be read.
If a Rockwall-sized municipal edifice wants to bring business — and therefore tax revenue — into their communities, they need to be prepared to offer the businesses in question a good reason to do so.
Well, folks, this week marks my final column in The Paris News. Much to my family’s happiness, I am moving home to North Carolina next week to start a new gig as a crime reporter.
The collapse occurred after I’d been coming only a couple of weeks. While I have not always been a regular churchgoer, I thought this was kind of an over-the-top response to my unexpected appearance in church.
As for “fiasco,” it comes from an Italian word for “bottle,” a cousin of the English word “flask” descended from the medieval Latin flasco. How exactly bottles relate to dramatic failures remains a bit of a mystery, however.
The mission — which is basically a retreat over a few days — came just weeks before the start of the 40-day season of Lent, which prepares hearts for the celebration of Easter.
Anytime a news report gets a lot of attention, especially online, there are questions about it. Following such a report this past week, I’m going to share the process behind the story in hopes of answering those questions.
A longstanding economic development incentive tied to local sales taxes has run into a hurdle, as voters find out some of their local dollars are ending up in faraway localities. Blame the internet.
One in four children in Lamar County lives in poverty, a statistic shared this week at a gathering of business people and educators dedicated to helping those children in our local schools.
The Democrats who impeached President Donald Trump knew they did not have a prayer of removing him from office. But they also knew impeachment might have another effect — to weaken the president and reduce his chances of winning reelection in November.
Our sports editor is on vacation, so our managing editor, Klark Byrd, is filling in, and he has the rest of us covering whatever sports events he can’t attend. All of which is to say why this week’s column is a hodge-podge of observations.
When Dr. Sam said to me, “You’ve got the colon of a man half your age,” it was hard to keep from beaming. This must be how a mother feels when a complete stranger tells her how beautiful her new baby is.
If you like history, the changing face of American legal procedure, and biography, this is one you should read.
It is one of the non-negotiable facts of life that no matter how much you wish it was different, you will never — ever — look good whilst trying to make someone else look bad.
The League of Women Voters of Texas said nearly 80% of county election websites in the state are not secure, according to reports from KUT 90.5. A quick online search shows Red River Valley websites are included in that number.