Native son who commanded in Pacific was an example of leadership to the nation The big news in Fredericksburg the week of Dec. 4, 1941 was that new traffic lights
The drama outside the Gillespie County Tax Office wasn’t a quarrel over assessed values, exemptions or tax rates. It wasn’t a political dispute between Democrats and Tea Party Republicans. It
AUSTIN — Before voterapproved amendments to the Texas Constitution are set in stone, it is the governor’s duty to publicly proclaim the results of the election. On Dec. 4, Gov.
Iread with interest the survey of tourists by the Convention and Visitor Bureau about what visitors would like to have in Fredericksburg. I have never seen such a survey of
Pipeline plight One of the letters about the pipeline last week was written by somebody probably not directly involved. He would have known the actual facts concerning the pipeline proposed
In “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas,” the Whos in Whoville celebrated their Christmas the same as ever after the Grinch’s foul deeds befell them. They also showed through Christmas spirit
Three out of four crops grown around the globe depend on pollinators like bees and birds to produce. Yet there is disturbing news that our pollinators are disappearing, according to
“Why don’t you go back to Indiana where you came from? Go back to Gary.” That was a part of our welcome to New York City on a recent trip.
Idon’t blame millennials and Gen Z for mocking baby boomers with the trending “OK boomer” meme. I’ve had my issues with baby boomers, too. “OK boomer,” reports dictionary.com, “is a
Pipelines exist No one likes the idea of the Kinder Morgan liquid natural gas pipeline running through our county in the near future. It should be noted, however, that there