The Jarrell ISD Board of Trustees met January 9 to consider Bond recommendations from the Facilities Planning Committee. The Board will agree on the bond specifics before February 9 to include a vote in the May 2017 election.
Monday's meeting was the first presentation from the
by Mike Payne
Not just a chapter, but an entire book has come to an end in America. If we can believe their account, The New York Times, a once venerable and now pseudo-tabloid newspaper, has reported that after 146 years, the Ringling Brothers and Barnum
Early this week, I was honored to be sworn in as a member of the 115th Congress. Representing Central Texas and bringing common-sense conservative values to the nation’s Capitol remains one of the great privileges of my life. I’m proud of what I’ve been able
Allow instructors or staff the option to carry concealed weapons to do so under the following guidelines.
• They would be required to attend and pass a safety and proficiency course conducted by state or county law enforcement instructors with the weapon they intend/will carry. This
It hardly seems necessary to introduce Carolyn Holloway to our readers since one of the reasons Fidelis Publishing Group selected her as Citizen of the Year is because she is busy with or involved in most of what goes on in town. Even as we
In 1873, more than 150 canaries were provided for the inauguration of Ulysses S. Grant. But it was so cold that day that they froze to death in their cages (also, the strings of the orchestra's instruments snapped).
In 1973, planners for Richard Nixon thoughtfully applied
Herb Fulton has always wanted to own his own gym and he realized his dream in 2015 when he opened Eight-Count Boxing on S. Austin Avenue.
On January 7, he achieved another goal, to write and publish a memoir that would inspire others and help them
When last we saw Carson Walker of Leander, he was tearfully accepting boxes and bags of gifts from law enforcement from all over Texas.
In June, when the Dallas police force lost five of its officers in one night, Walker wanted to do something—anything—to help. He
Normally, media will call this kind of story a “Where are they now?” In Keith Guyton’s case, it’s more or less a “Where are they already?”
Since our story appeared in the December 15 issue, Guyton has been in what he calls a whirlwind couple of
Most of us have experienced bouts of insomnia that make it difficult tot get up in the morning. But for some people, waking up throughout the night is a continuous problem. Some suggestions for more energy in the morning