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My mother always told me, “When you wash your hands in the sink, the dirt is supposed to wash down the drain, not be wiped on the towel.” My mother generally told me this in an agitated … more
Dear Toni: You have written about other options for long term care in the past and have discussed life insurance with living benefits. This confuses me because I thought all life insurance plans … more
The location of any University, its place, is important for every institution. For a comprehensive regional university (CRU), it is fundamental. It defines mission. This does not mean that the … more
My 60-year-old sister who had no health insurance or Medicare was granted Medicaid in January last year. She was granted Medicaid because she had stage 3 breast cancer with lymph-nodes that were … more
Several years back when I was President of the New Mexico State Bar I was speaking to a group of a few hundred lawyers at a conference and I asked the group the question, “How many of you in … more
Walter Wendler, West Texas A&M University President and John Sharp, The Texas A&M University System Chancellor Second in a series on Regional Universities. Borrowing from a working paper, … more
Hey Taylor: This last year has been hard in a lot of ways, but I really enjoyed the change of pace regarding work and family time. Now that I’m going back to work, any tips on managing that … more
Dear Dietitian,I have a friend who drinks raw, unpasteurized milk. She claims it has many health benefits and that pasteurization of milk is unnecessary. What do you think?JimDear Jim,The consumption … more
In 1976, when Elton John and Kiki Dee sang “Don’t go breaking my heart,” they were more concerned with love gone bad than food that done ‘em wrong. But now, 45 years later, it … more
Memphis, Tennessee is a fascinating city worth making a trip for this summer. This 200-year-old city is located on the Mississippi River. Some of the biggest names in Rock n Roll have called this … more
They are to be commended--the “big box” store planners--for the many “edges” they’ve honed to make it to the ladder’s top for in-store shopping.Who would have … more
First in a Series on Regional UniversitiesRegional universities in the U.S. educate 70% of the nearly 17 million students pursuing an undergraduate degree at public institutions, according to the … more
Life can be messy. There is no count of how many hours of sleep we lose because of messes we get in.Do you find yourself in a mess often? Are you in a messy situation right now? Maybe you’re … more
Warren Hasse and I had become good friends after high school and college. I had gone back to Pampa as the assistant basketball coach to Terry Culley. Hasse, as everybody called him, announced all of … more
Hey Taylor: For some reason, even as my earnings go up, my savings stay flat. I haven’t made any big purchases or changes, so I feel like I need some advice on how to save more effectively. - … more
Washington D.C. is a wonderful city for tourists brimming with history and excitement. Washington D.C. has the distinction of being the only city established by the Constitution of United the States. … more
Tom Robbins, author of “Even Cowgirls Get the Blues,” once said, “You should never hesitate to trade your cow for a handful of magic beans.” A 1960s point of view, perhaps. … more
Hello Toni:I received my payment invoice from the Medicare Part D plan I recently enrolled in, and I am simply confused. It shows for February,2021 premium $7.30 and February Late Enrollment Penalty … more
Everyone reading this has had some common experiences. We grew and developed in our mother’s womb. We entered this world as a newborn child. During the early years of our lives we were entirely … more
Modified from a column published on October 25, 2015Organizations train leaders, for better or worse. Various enterprises are hotbeds for positive leadership training: manufacturing, public service, … more
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