Sometimes the sideshows to the ‘big game’ are better
Super Bowl Sunday is upon us with a pretty good football matchup between the San Fransisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens looming at the Superdome in New Orleans.
MAIL CALL: There’s no easy solution to reducing gun crime
From 1800 to December 31, 2012, there were 148 reported violent incidents in schools.
Weapons such as handguns, shotguns, rifles, knives, explosives and even a bow and arrow were used. There were nine firearm accidents. Students perpetrated 98 of the incidents.
MAIL CALL: Is there any question why society is so violent?
In case someone missed the film review for the movie “Resident Evil: Retribution” in the Guide section, page 17, of the Dallas Morning News last Friday, January 25, 2013, allow me to share.
The future is calling, but will anyone answer?
U.S. Representative Jeb Hensarling created quite a scene at the Henderson County Annex on Wednesday.
One more reason athletes shouldn’t be our heroes
There comes a time in life when sports fans look up to certain athletes for their accomplishments and want to call them heroes.
Fathers are making a difference, one way or another
Maybe you caught the story this week in our paper regarding the death of Tony Douglas.
GUEST COLUMN: 2012 was a year of challenges, growth
The start of fiscal year 2012 for Henderson County began with fine tuning of several activities from 2011, which included the county’s redistricting, finalizing the move into the Henderson County Annex and finishing work on the new county phone system.
Making a resolution in 2013? Good luck with all that
Were you one of the many Americans who made a New Year’s resolution this year?
Enough already, Mr. Greene
We were not surprised to hear reports that San Antonio atheist Patrick Greene has once again dropped a lawsuit related to the Nativity scene placed on the Henderson County Courthouse lawn each Christmas season.
In fact, we expected it.
Military school can be tough, but some lessons still stick
It’s a different kind of life for a boy. Perhaps that’s good, but it also has its challenges.
I’m writing about a military school, which is monetarily funded by the U.S. Army, but which is a private high school.
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