National Coffee Day was this past Sunday, Sept. 29. Didn’t know there was a National Coffee Day? Well, come on … get that brain in gear by drinking more java.
During these times when our local school district has discussed, debated and eventually updated its dress code for students, let’s swing the pendulum and talk a little about teachers. More
We just finished a unique stretch of days, 10 of them in fact, where it didn’t matter if you read left to right or right to left in identifying the
Grandparents Day was this past Sunday, Sept. 8. Although not an official public holiday, it was signed into law by President Jimmy Carter. A presidential proclamation on Sept. 6, 1979,
I’ve always been a dog guy. There’s just something about having one that makes a house a home. Even outside the realm of reality, my favorite animal characters, for the
Labor. Whether it’s defined as a noun … “Productive activity, especially for the sake of economic gain.” Or, “the body of persons engaged in such activity, especially those working for
Well, here we are in the middle of the dog days of August … already. (Egad. I’m still trying to tug on the hands of that clock to slow it
“We are Boerne.” That was the dominant message relayed over and over again last Friday morning as the Boerne Independent School District conducted its opening convocation for faculty and staff.
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