Columns/Opinions

Thu
03
Jul

Setting the Record Straight on the Fayette Power Project

I usually enjoy reading the Fayette County Record. I like hearing about events in my community and keeping up with what’s going on with my friends and neighbors. But I’m still boiling after reading a letter to the editor in the June 27 edition. That letter was full of untrue, unsubstantiated and unfair claims against good people who work hard at a place that means a 
lot to me and my community, the Fayette Power Project 
 
Mon
30
Jun

Carmine News

Carmine Volunteer Fire Dept. Carmine Volunteer Fire Department annual feast and fundraiser is July 20 at the Carmine
Hall. Fried chicken will be served from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. with to-go plates available at 10:30 a.m. Donations will be accepted
as payment for the meal. Barbecue sausage will be served to-go from 2-8 p.m.
 
Mon
30
Jun

Winchester News

Six people from Winchester attended the MS 150 Volunteer Appreciation Dinner held on June 19 at the Frisch Auf Country
Club. Rhoda and Sherwood Gersch, Richard and Barbara Schafer and Tom and Margaret Atkins enjoyed a lovely buffet dinner and program honoring volunteers of the MS 150. 
 
Thu
26
Jun

Our Nation’s Veterans Deserve Better

Next Friday, America marks the 228th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the birth of our nation. Since that historic July 4th day, and before it at Bunker Hill, Lexington, Concord, and Boston, American soldiers have fought to protect our rights as well as the freedom and liberty not just of Americans, but of nations and people across the globe
 
Thu
26
Jun

A Humanitarian Crisis

There are not many things on which Governor Rick Perry and I agree. Imagine my surprise when I found myself nodding my head while listening to the Governor speak from a Texas Department of Public Safety facility near Weslaco. On his trip to the Rio Grande Valley, he visited a Border Patrol detention facility and described the scene there as an “untenable situation”. He went on to say that “this is an absolute humanitarian disaster waiting to happen.” My only quibble with him is “waiting to happen;” I think the crisis is already here
 
Tue
24
Jun

Carmine News

Blood Drive A blood drive is being sponsored by the Round Top-Carmine 4-H Club on Sunday, June 29 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Round Top. To sign up online go to www.giveblood.org sponsor code SW66.
RT-C Jr. Beta Club Round Top-Carmine Jr. Beta  Club members will attend the National Convention in Richmond, Virginia June 21-24. Jed Leppard is a candidate for the office of National Chaplain 
 
Tue
24
Jun

Winchester News

Around Town Welcome to the Fryers’ home are Mindy, Greg, four year-old Addison, and two week-old Grant. They are at
home on the Weth Ranch. Canasta If you are interested in playing Canasta every other Wednesday from 1 to 5 p.m., contact Bobbie Hajek at (979) 242-5646. Neighbors Night Out Neighbors Night Out was held at the Schaefers home. There were approximately 19 people in attendance
 
Thu
19
Jun

What a Beautiful Place to Live

Isn’t Fayette County and the city of La Grange beautiful? The scenery in our area is breathtaking: everything from fields of fresh cut hay, the gentle flow of the Colorado River, the massive live oak trees and the beauty of a deer grazing in the meadow.
 
Thu
19
Jun

Global Warming

Recently we had a French friend visit with us; a gentleman who is very much a global warming believer and activist. His proof of global warming as he sees it: “In the 1600s and 1700s, all of Europe was very much snowbound for the entire
winters.
 
Mon
16
Jun

Carmine News

Martin Luther Lutheran Church Women of the ELCA Banquet was held June 4 with the theme “A Recipe for Friendship,”
based on Proverbs 18:24. Eighty-four friends attended the banquet which centered around chocolate chip cookies. Cookie
jars were used for table decorations. Salads were enjoyed by all
 

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