Many Americans know that the late Republican senator from Arizona was a war hero, a Navy aircraft carrier pilot, who spent more than five years as a prisoner of war in a Hanoi prison.
Along with the bad pandemic news we have to deal with constantly, we need some good news to offset it. In the Canyon Lake area there is a place where one can find positive attitudes, friendly people, and help: the Canyon Lake Resource and Recreation Center.
Working together for the common good is something we all applaud. People of all walks of life collaborate daily, freely giving their time and money to serve the needy here and across America.
Together, for the first time, our whole house voted. Mireya, our youngest, turned 18 this summer and this the first election where she could let her wishes be officially known.
Voter fraud is not really happening. That’s the short version, but let’s take a look at some of the arguments that it is, who is making those arguments and then — after examining the facts — ask ourselves why those claims are being made.
Episcopal bishops in the 1980s were already used to urgent calls from journalists seeking comments on issues ranging from gay priests to gun control, from female bishops to immigration laws, from gender-free liturgies to abortion rights.
Voter fraud, inaccurate registration records, incompetence and intimidation do exist, according to Judicial Watch (JW). The organization is a non-partisan political watchdog group, and it recently mailed us its 2020 Election Integrity Project edition.
The global corona virus pandemic of 2020 has impacted all of us in one way or another — be it socially, politically and most certainly personally. Whether it’s canceling travel plans, postponing vacations, or hosting weddings virtually, we’ve been grounded as if we’re teenagers being punishe…
Q. Why don’t you and other horticulturists in the Central Texas area recommend “Weed and Feed” products? It seems like having both a herbicide and fertilizer in the same package would save half the work?
Tye Preston Memorial Library will welcome a new director on Monday, Oct. 19. Rachel Keeler will be replacing Roxanna Deane, who will be retiring after serving TPML for the last 16 years.
I was thinking of one of the first stories I shared with readers here when I first started writing this column. It was about Mireya, who, at the time of the story, was three years old. I was putting her in her car seat when she proudly shouted in that sing song voice “I’m a bidge! I’m a bidge!”
“Staggering friendliness.” That’s how one reporter described his encounter with People of Praise, the apostolic community that Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and her family belong to. I’ve always heard wonderful things about Barrett, knowing more than a few people who teach or have …
Of all the issues we must address in this upcoming election our response to the Coronavirus pandemic and the effects it has had on our economy and some of our loved ones is foremost.