Believe it or not, it’s hypothetically possible that this column could have simply never happened.
In a community like ours, sometimes it’s feast or famine when it comes to the news. My phone’s calendar has plenty of blue “specks” which tell me I have news-related event coming up.
Yesterday, my coffee maker died.
It just quit working. No warning. No sputtering or strange noises.
It just died.
If this was a television series, I could just do a “clip show” and be done with it. You know, do an episode in which most, if not all, of the footage was recycled from other episodes.
Voters are heading to the polls between now and March 2 for the March 6 primary. If you’re like me, or how I used to be, I didn’t really know what some of the positions we vote on, um, do.
You’ve got to hand it to the honchos who run the Greater Fort Hood Area United Way.
As I type this, it’s about 5 minutes until an auction I have up on E-Bay ends. Yes, I’m unloading a few things on E-Bay, and there’s more to come.
Before I ended up falling headfirst into the newspaper side of writing, I thought I pretty much knew what went on around our community. For the most part, I was fairly well informed.
Valentine’s Day is what I like to call the “un-holiday” holiday. You don’t get a day off work, but if you’re not careful, you’ll still gain five pounds or more.
AUSTIN — House Speaker Joe Straus on Jan.