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Somewhere between realizing MLK Day meant lots of folks weren’t working and the second person bursting into tears in the office, I knew it was going to take a whole lot more than coffee to get me through my Monday.

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“We’re all stories in the end. Just make it a good one, eh?” sounds like a mighty good piece of advice, especially as we start a new year, a new chapter.

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During a far from silent night, the battlefield somewhere along the endless trenches of World War I was about the last place you’d expect to find peace on earth or good will toward men all those Christmas Eves ago.

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“(Blank) this, (blank) that and (blankety, blank, blank),” was what the young man said, apparently trying to earn points in some rather odd style contest.

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It’s mighty easy to say you’re disappointed with something or someone – especially this time of year when we all seem to be dancing a polka while balancing on top of one of those big bouncy balls holding an armful of packages.

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“Sometimes, you’ve just got to find something to laugh about,” I was told Monday, and, honestly, that’s probably one of the better pieces of advice I’ve heard in a long time.

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Seems we’re officially headed for winter with El Campo’s winds almost knocking you sideways while dropping what feels like ice cubes down your back earlier this week.

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Thousands of visitors journey through our prestigious Wharton County Historical Museum each year ... or at least they did prior to the horrific Hurricane Harvey flooding back in August 2017.

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You have to wonder if those first folks clipping that “totally rad” little iPod to their belts 18 years ago today could have ever envisioned 2019. Now, of course, we think nothing of carrying around little mini-computers everyday.

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They answer the calls for help, running toward the chaos when most folks run away, receiving little in the way of payment for their efforts.

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“What’s your stripper dance?” was certainly not a question I expected when I stepped into the newsroom Friday, but then, in my world, circumstances change often.

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On Aug. 8., Wharton County commissioner’s court declared the first county-wide burn ban in almost two years as temperatures hovered near 100 degrees and no significant rainfall was forecast for the near future.

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It’s time to clean up this town, city officials say, and surprisingly, not everybody seems to be excited about the prospect.

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