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Dear Editor, I am writing this letter to inform you of a recent meeting of the Bonded Together and Building Together Political Action Committee. They held their weekly meeting this past Thursday … more
On the day that my body is lowered into its grave, I want my life to be completely spent. I don’t want a single person to point at me and say “that man died without using all of his … more
During growing-up years, I don’t remember hearing much talk about splashing on sweet-smelling stuff. Surely it was poetic injustice, what with cotton-picking heating up many of my kin who … more
Hey Taylor - All this news about banning TikTok has me thinking about how and when my kids will start using all the different social apps. Have you run into this with your kids? How do you police … more
Higher education gets news coverage in both mass and social media, and much, I’m sure, is true. Technology is changing it at warp speed, and the old descriptions we used to toss about no longer … more
Over the last fourteen years I have had the opportunity to ask in a classroom setting over 80 successful leaders the question, “What has been your greatest accomplishment and why?” … more
A really good friend of ours, John Cantrell, a true Texan and a true Pampian, wrote us a note telling us about a trip he and his wife took. To quote him: ““The Color’s of … more
Dear Readers, By now, you probably know someone who has adopted a vegetarian diet. Estimates put vegetarianism at around 5% of the American population (1). That may not sound like many, but it … more
Hey Taylor - My brother asked if I might loan him money for a food service company he’s launching. I trust him and like the concept but get a little nervous about lending money to family. Any … more
Toni: I am a 59-year-old female and in June,2022 I was diagnosed with stage IIIA metastatic breast cancer. A non-profit Cancer program in Houston qualified me under Medicaid (Breast/Ovarian cancer … more
Advice that hopefully will help without any big surprises. Life is about making choices. I made a not so good choice. I took my tax information to a place here in Pampa and told them I needed it … more
Charlie… I’ve always liked that name…Charlie! We all had a favorite name we wished our parents had named us instead of the one we got stuck with. So, naturally, mine was Charlie. … more
Higher education gets news coverage in both mass and social media, and many, I’m sure, are true. Technology is changing it at warp speed, and the old descriptions we used to toss about no … more
Toni: I was recently told if I was to receive a shingles vaccination, I need to have a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan to get the vaccination or pay $200. I thought all vaccinations and … more
The Anguish of Having to Say Goodbye We all cry from time to time. I found myself crying this morning about an upcoming goodbye. There’s something very difficult about saying a permanent … more
Dear Dietitian, My husband has been diagnosed with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. His doctor told him to lose weight, and he tried, but he got discouraged and went off his diet. I’m … more
The Texas High School Coaches Association--organized by 28 coaches in 1930--now has a membership of some 24,000. It also has an education foundation that introduced the “Grant Teaff Coaching … more
Hey Taylor - I’ve got a pretty broad question for you: how’s the economy doing? I hear about inflation and the price of eggs and all this stuff, but I haven’t heard the word … more
A study of West Texas A&M University’s economic impact in 2017-2018 was carried out by Emsi, a labor market analytics firm that has in the last 20 years conducted 2,000 economic impact … more
Every spring around the end of April, my life-long friend, Ben Sturgeon, would invite some of the guys over to spend the night at his home. We would all bring our bedrolls and pillows and after … more
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