October. My husband’s favorite month, and many other people agree with him. For that matter, I love autumn too.
Texas is ranked No. 3 out of 51 states nationwide in mental health prevalence, yet 50th in access to mental health care for young people, according to a recent Mental Health America study.
Six Flags Over Texas had opened two years before and practically everyone was going there. Cousins of mine had gone the year it opened and had given me the lowdown on what was what at Six Flags.
I drove myself to McKinney last week, the first time I have done so since December 2019, and I was utterly amazed at how much some of the roads and towns along the way have changed in that time.
Ultimately, food is fuel. You’ll either use or store its energy. When the energy is used, you’ll breathe a good part of it out. The human body is a truly remarkable machine.
I am excited about these upcoming events, and I am excited about the opportunity to witness history first hand in this great community.
If I had stepped on and injured Benny, he has no insurance. And no, I don’t blame my cat.
The best childhood memories I have are of my mom reading to me and my sister.
If we can tamp down the virus’s circulation and reduce its ability to cause severe disease through widespread vaccination, the world will be able to return to normal.
You know that old saying: “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt?” Ignorance can be cured with education.
One October weekend I went over to Jefferson, and while cruising around I discovered that something was going on at the Jefferson Convention and Visitors Bureau.
How many times a day do you check your cellphone? An April survey found that Americans check their phones 262 times a day on average. That’s once every 5.5 minutes, and it’s up from 96 times a day in November 2019.
It is heartening to know a 90-day study of the effects of stop signs rather than traffic lights around the plaza are in the works as a result of a Paris Traffic Commission recommendation last week.
This year marked the 20th year I worked the Red River Valley Fair with EMS Reserves. During that time, I admit there is one thing I enjoy the most — in addition to all those tasty fair foods, of course. That’s watching the fashions.
Contemplating this burial of a child so long ago led me to revisit memories I have of two infant burials that took place in 1944 in the Seale-Round Prairie Cemetery, near the farm where I grew up in central Texas.
I have always enjoyed driving the streets of Paris, even at its busiest times. I count it a perk of living in this place.
Ever since I can remember, animals have had an affinity for me.
If I’ve learned anything, it’s to stop wishing for change and to start making it happen.
Simply put: One has to change things from the inside. Nobody listens to bombastic radicals who refuse to learn from those who came before.
Funny how a simple event can teach even a teenager a lifelong lesson.
If you are fortunate enough to have a local newspaper, count yourself lucky.