Many of the current issues are actually nothing but mole hills in light of the overall picture of our nation’s greatness. We should not make mountains out of a single issue.
Early in the coronavirus pandemic, animal shelters across the nation worried the pandemic would discourage people from adopting pets. Now months into the spread of Covid-19, shelters are reporting that adoptions continued at a remarkable rate given the circumstances. Research has shown that …
Nearly 90,000 Texans served in the Confederate Army. During the Civil War, 618,222 men lost their lives; 40,000 black soldiers lost their lives; and 578,222 white men died to free black people.
Please have extra vigilance wearing a mask if you feel unwell in any way and contact your primary care provider.
Hopefully the urgency of unifying our country and maintaining the laws of our land for the good of all is understood. Without laws, we rot from within.
In 1890, at a time when he could have pursued other elected office or returned to his farm near Waco, Sul Ross was offered the presidency of the A&M College of Texas.
True to form, there is a tremendous amount of misinformation and hype about President Ross. His life and career is one of the most researched and chronicled of Texans prior to 1900.
Something smells fishy with the recent dust-up between Paris Economic Development Corp. board member A.J. Hashmi and Paris city Councilman Clayton Pilgrim. Many expensive questions need answering.
In the Sunday, June 14, issue of The Paris News, there is a commentary piece by Julia Furukawa concerning the defunding of the Paris Police. I could not disagree more.
Since yours is a repentance list for misdeeds against the “most vulnerable” among us, Ms. Coyle, let’s add to your list national repentance for the deaths of 600,000 totally vulnerable unborn each year. Sounds fair to me. What say ye?
Moving the statue isn’t dishonoring our heritage or forgetting it. It’s saying we’ve studied and learned from it.
We, as council members, board members and city representatives, must have a fiduciary responsibility to our community and call out wrongdoing no matter how bad it hurts.
The fact that while our children don’t always make us happy but we’re happy to have them nonetheless is something we should celebrate once a year.
Newspapers can — and do — provide fair and fearless reporting while offering strong and insightful opinion on the other side of their newsroom/opinion page firewalls.
It’s time for some national repentance, my friends. It’s time we owned up to our complicity and duplicity and begin the hard and crucial work of repair. It’s time.
To make fundamental and profound change in government, the architecture must be changed.
One wonders if what’s happening in our American cities is but a reflection of our nation’s real malady. Our struggle may not be against a pathogen, as much as against a heart and soul parasite that thrives on mistrust, hatred and malice.
CASA volunteers also make sure the children and parents have a support system of family and other caring adults who are able to help in whatever ways needed, and stay involved long after CASA and DFPS involvement ends.
What must always be protected in any year is the American people’s First Amendment right to access information unimpeded by government dictates or intimidation and by assuring the ongoing safety of journalists.
It seems like a year has passed since spring break began rather than a couple of months. While there have been bright spots, the 2020s have yet to live up to my hopeful expectations.
This pandemic has shown that it’s time for Texans to get access to information necessary to make sound decisions about the welfare of their families and loved ones.