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Fifth and final in a series on philanthropy in higher education Campaigns have become the staple of most non-profit fundraising. The first fundraising campaign in the United States is believed to … more
I’m writing this on Memorial Day morning, 6:23am, 5-30-22. I was blessed again by my time this morning at our Veteran’s Memorial. The wall, the names, the sacrifice, the bricks, the … more
It’s an expression rarely heard these days, perhaps because there are so many lenses through which life-in-a-hurry can be viewed. When’s the last time you heard, “I saw it with my … more
Toni: In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey absolutely devastated my wife. Now, her 84-year-old mother is living in an assisted living facility, and we live over 10 miles away from her. What can we … more
Previously published but updated here as the council is still worthwhile.  High School Graduates — In a few months, millions of people like you, full of hope and anticipation, will … more
Do you add value when you walk into a room? Think about this. When you enter a room do you add or subtract from what is happening in the room? When you leave the room what do you leave … more
Dear Dietitian, I read your response about the nutritional value of canned salmon and thought it was informative. I’m allergic to fresh fish, but I can eat crab, scallops, shrimp, and … more
Hey Taylor: Is it a good idea to open a new credit card just for the rewards? Some of the sign-up bonuses and offers look like really good deals, but I’m not sure I need another credit card. - … more
The memory is lodged in my brain’s recesses, as closely as mistletoe clings to mesquite trees. Our parents--neither with educational opportunities beyond high school--provided commonsense … more
You may think of a cat nap as a short snooze, but cats are actually super-sleepers, often slumbering for 12 to 18 hours a day. That’s healthy for them, but for humans, sleeping more than an … more
Did you know there is another upcoming election?  There is!!! On Tuesday, May 24, the citizens of Pampa and Gray County have the opportunity to vote again!  This election is the Run-off … more
The news is good, bad and downright stupid when it comes to the COVID-19 Test-to-Treat Program that was launched in March. Good: antiviral medications. Pfizer’s Paxlovid and Merck’s … more
Fourth in a series on philanthropy in higher education. Philanthropy is essential to all universities, especially public regional research universities. Donor giving demonstrates commitment and … more
Toni My problem is different than most couples that I read about in your weekly Medicare column. I am finding out that my company’s group health plan is not paying for any Medicare Part B … more
On a small busy cobblestone street I walked by a girl wearing a T-shirt reading “I SAVED THE WORLD TODAY.” I didn’t want to impose on her so I didn’t say anything to her as … more
Dear Dietitian, I have recently lost twenty pounds, and I’ve been exercising to keep the weight off. My problem is I sometimes eat at night out of boredom. I know I need to break this bad … more
In the late 1990s, National Geographic fell for a big bone scam. A fossil they declared was a missing link between dinosaurs and birds turned out to be a glued-together combo of bone bits from … more
Why is it usually the case that the most positive collection of thoughts ever spoken about a person are shared after the person dies? We always hear such kind words spoken at a person’s … more
Hey Taylor: I’m trying to cut costs so that I can save for a honeymoon that’s way overdue. My husband and I really want to go to Europe but it feels impossible to save that kind of money. … more
My old Uncle Mort is nothing if not analytical, even when he’s not even looking for ways to make easy bucks. He called recently to provide his analysis of members of the Thicket Community … more
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