Columns/Opinions

Thu
23
Jul

Texas Panhandle Wiped Clean of Buffalo

By BARTEE HAILE
With no more buffalo left to slaughter, the last of the High Plains hunters, as shaggy as the beasts they once stalked, departed
the Panhandle on Jul. 23, 1879. The wild rush of gold-seekers to California in 1849 split in half the multitude of North American bison. The coming
Thu
23
Jul

Governor’s Order Enhances Readiness on Military Bases

By ED STERLING

Mon
20
Jul

Martin Luther Collecting Items for School Kits

Round Top-Carmine ISD offices are open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at both the Elementary Campus in Round Top and the
High School Campus in Carmine. 
 
Mon
20
Jul

Worship Services Held Saturday at Muldoon Methodist

Need something to do on Saturday night? Come join others in the community for some fellowship and worship at the Muldoon Methodist Church.
Come at 6:30 p.m. for a little fellowship and then move over to the sanctuary at 7:30 p.m. for worship.
 
Thu
16
Jul

Confessions of a Space Nerd

My very energetic mother just served us nine pizzas. That’s the sentence I learned in elementary school to help me remember the
nine planets in increasing order from the sun – Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto.  
 
Thu
16
Jul

Comptroller Says State Will Not Borrow To Meet Budget

AUSTIN — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar on July 7 announced his decision not to go the usual route to insure that Texas meets its budgetary obligations. 
The state’s chief financial officer explained that every year for the past three decades the state has issued a Tax Revenue Anticipation Note to
Mon
13
Jul

Muldoon Fourth of July Celebration A Success

On the Fourth of July there was a nice crowd out and about for the celebration in Muldoon.
The day started with a parade through “downtown” Muldoon and through the park. A big thank you to all those who participated in the parade and also to those who lined the parade route to cheer on those who took time out to create a patriotic effort to show off their American pride

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Thu
09
Jul

High Court Puts Texas Abortion Law On Hold

AUSTIN — The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 vote on June 29, granted a stay preventing revisions
to the state abortion law made by the Texas Legislaturein 2013 from taking effect on July 1.

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Thu
09
Jul

A Simple Summer Evening

I was thumbing through the old diaries again looking for an important topic to wow you with, but after forty five minutes I found nothing wow-worthy. Then on the very next page I read the
following account that didn’t amount to a hill of beans it was so ordinary... yet I remembered this simple night and some of its details after 60 years

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Mon
06
Jul

Seismic Crews Still In Muldoon Area

There are still a few seismic crews running around the area. Most of the blasting and thumping has been done, but they still have sensors out in the fields. The majority of the activity
now is crews running around in ATVs checking equipment

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