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There are eight Republican candidates and five Democratic candidates in the primary election seeking their party's nominations to be a candidate in the November general election. If you were to cast your vote today for the next Texas governor, who would win your vote? (Your vote is anonymous)

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When recent flood waters from a pipe burst flooded the fourth floor county court-at-law and second floor district courtroom facilities at the Lamar County Courthouse, the wheels of justice could have come to a screeching halt.

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My husband, Thomas, is gaining-access challenged. Or perhaps it should be called incomprehensible-opening? Whatever, he has a very confrontational relationship with opening packages.

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One of my favorite things growing up was jumping on a trampoline. Early on in life, I discovered how invigorating and freeing bounding high in the air was.

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One of the little things I do most days in the morning as I am getting ready to leave the house for the day is to consult a set of rune stones I picked up years ago at a Renaissance festival held in Waxahachie each year since 1981.

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I love the Christmas season. Like most people though, un-decorating isn’t as much fun as decorating. Besides, most of us decorate in stages. Taking stuff down is invariably an all at once thing.

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So, here I sit, waiting on news about people I love, waiting to hear if they are sick. If my sister develops Covid, it is likely she exposed me to it. Tis a wonderful way to celebrate the New Year.

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Sometimes the best Christmas present can come at an unexpected time. For me, it came the day after Dec. 25 in what I expected to be a little bit of a let down church service.

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Recently, after what might have seemed like a bit of a dearth in interest, there have been some high-profile stories in the news dealing with issues related to the Me. Too movement.