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I’m being followed every evening, stared at with dead black eyes, matched stride for stride while my would-be assailants offer occasional rude-sounding comments.

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A foot of snow in December. Ice in October. Both right here in El Campo. Those are my predictions in the family-friendly game everyone can play called “What’s going to happen next in 2020?”

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An old soldiers’ adage is that bullets don’t discriminate on a battlefield and that blood, all blood, flows red.

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Jolted from a deep sleep by the burst of static confirming my trusty 1980s-era clock radio had once again been knocked off the table, my feet hit the floor and the ritual of modern times began.

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I’ve been learning a lot about the Constitution this last week, especially the hidden text.

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Numbers are a whole lot more important now than they were just a few months ago, aka those ancient times before a virus too little bitty to see caused worldwide havoc.

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Wharton County residents must continue to maintain responsible social distancing and wear a face covering whenever gathered in large crowds or when social distancing is not possible.

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Upon becoming a school board trustee in May of 2005, my understanding was that when Mark Pool assumed the helm as superintendent, three of the top priorities were to get finances in order, have the leadership abilities to pass a bond election, and create a compensation plan that would attrac…

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Normally reserved as a day of laughter, April 1 sure doesn’t feel all that funny does it?

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