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The personal finance website WalletHub recently released its ranking of the “patriotism” of all 50 states.
The Texas Capitol has a capacity of 6,000 “if you throw the doors open,” according to state Rep. Charlie Geren, R-Fort Worth. It was closed for cleaning for two days this week, after COVID-19 made its way into the ranks of the state police who guard the building.
My wife and I experienced some vicarious living when our son Gideon (finishing up his junior year of high school) attended the senior prom.
Three years and 11 months — somehow my time at the San Marcos Daily Record passed by both in the blink of an eye and over what felt like an immeasurable span of time.
Reaching the one-month mark of Gov. Greg Abbott’s plan for reopening the state should be a time for careful evaluation, not irrational exuberance.
Police were called about John Mahone, a black man, having an argument with his wife. A cop shot and killed him because he thought Mahone had a knife. Mahone had a can opener.
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