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Love for Lukas Bakery

To the Editor: The article about Lukas Bakery in Eat. Shop.

 

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Views Don’t Define Us

To the Editor: In regards to the recent articles provided by Mr. John W.

 

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Abortion is Murder

Editor’s Note: Kerina Kelly, 14, a local high school freshman, wrote this as a persuasive writing assignment for school. She said she was encouraged by several people to submit it as a letter to the editor.

 

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What Voter Fraud?

To the Editor: I keep hearing claims of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential election. Article 2 of the U.S.

 

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Election’s Finished, Get Over It

To the Editor: In regards to Deborah Frank’s outrageous letter from last week’s paper: The outrageous claims of election fraud being pushed by Trump and his Republican enablers have been thoroughly debunked by both state election boards (some Republican controlled) as well as state and federal courts. Since the Nov.

 

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The Quarantine Chronicles

Well, it’s been an interesting few weeks at our home. Here’s some highlights from the quarantine Chronicles: • An actual exchange I had with our five-year-old.

 

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Researcher Spotlights ‘Invisible Incentives’

The Texas Enterprise Fund took a hit for lack of transparency in a new research paper from the National Freedom of Information Coalition. The paper by journalist Steve Miller is titled “Invisible Incentives: How Secrecy Impedes Evaluation and Accountability of Economic Development Subsidies.” Part of the paper spotlights the Texas Enterprise Fund, which the Legislature created in 2003 to provide…

 

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Five Scary Words

When you go to a scary movie, the actor will usually show a look of total fear on their face. This no way compares to the look of total fear, devastation, and a complete loss of direction as these five words: I lost my cell phone.

 

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“Waco Wonder” First All-American Texan

Despite the ravages of the cancer that would take his life in two months, Ben Lee Boynton made the long and difficult trip to Boston for his induction into the College Football Hall of Fame on Dec. 4, 1962.

 

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that little voice

We’ve made it through Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Halloween, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and nearing Christmas and New Year’s. Almost a year of hiding our faces behind masks, washing our hands incessantly isolating from family, friends, and society, learning to cook or memorizing our favorite restaurants’ phone number to order home delivery, and…

 

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Woman Living in Truck Has a Place to Call Home Thanks to Locals

Around this time of the year, we reflect on our blessings and seek out ways to make life better for those around us, so as many of you know, Ms. Bobbie AKA the “Dog Lady” has spent many years without a place to call home, often sleeping in her pickup truck with her canine companions, which is currently three and after exploring multiple options and polling resources together a group of locals are…

 

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Good Samaritans Stop When They See Fire

A dog house burned down Monday afternoon south of La Grange. Two dogs living in it escaped without injury.

 

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Don’t Let the Cold Weather Limit Your Gardening

Boy, that was some hard frost Tuesday morning. I’m kind of kicking myself now for not covering up my tomatoes and peppers.

 

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La Grange Rallies Late to Beat Schulenburg by 10

Two weeks ago, the Schulenburg Shorthorns opened their basketball season with a 15 point win over La Grange. But Tuesday it was a different story as the two teams again battled, this time with the Leps winning 58-48.

 

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Lady Horns Beat Sealy 36-31

The Schulenburg girls basketball team improved their record to 3-1 with a 36-31 win over Sealy Tuesday. Erica Otto led the Lady Horns with 13 points.

 

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