This is National Nurses Week, and I want to pause to give a shout out, high five and fist bump to those tireless workers who make uncomfortable or unbearable situations more palatable.
After traveling around America to various film festivals with films he’d produced, a question emerged in Chad Mathews’ mind.
Rather than just research what it was like being a journalist, Robert Walden worked briefly as a journalist to get a feel for the craft, compiling more than 20 published pieces.
“The arts are essential to any complete national life. The state owes it to itself to sustain and encourage them….
Last weekend, I got to return to a place I hadn’t been in 14 years — the border town of Laredo.
In just six months after consolidating the city’s fire and EMS services, response times have dropped dramatically.
Every April, companies large and small send applications to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) hoping to secure highly-coveted H-1B visas in 2018.
There is much to love about Fredericksburg — and its history is certainly an attraction.
Like nearly everyone these days, it seems that I spend the majority of each work day sitting behind a computer.
In the past couple of weeks, both the Gillespie County Commissioners and the Fredericksburg City Council have approved funding a study for a relief route.