I went charging into the COVID-19 stay-at-home period like a 5-year old with a tasting spoon at a Baskin-Robbins ice cream shop. So many choices and ways to reboot my life, alter my values, ramp up my self-improvement activities. I was excited, and the world was my oyster.
Families finds themselves once again in limbo as jury trials are delayed at least until September, if not longer, because of the coronavirus pandemic.
While some cities are attempting to offer socially distanced youth programs, others have decided not to do so this year as they worry about the spread of COVID-19.
Among the most significant changes is an allowance for drills involving one or more student-athletes on offense going up against one or more on defense.
New beginnings are always exciting. Weddings with candles and flowers, beautiful bridesmaids, handsome groomsmen, laughter, toasts and dancing; the birth of a baby wrapped in blankets, showered with gifts; graduations with speeches about dreams and possibilities; a new job; and a new home. S…
The Texas Education Agency on Tuesday announced families would have a choice when it comes to returning to school: go to classrooms or keep with virtual learning.
It seems like we keep playing the same song over and over lately regarding fishing conditions. We are in a spell, and a long spell I might add, of a siege of extremely hot weather generated by a moderate southwest wind.
As more of us have returned to, or maintained, quarantining measures, meal planning becomes more home-focused as well.
The University Interscholastic League hasn't yet stated how or whether high school sports scheduled for the fall can happen, leaving student-athletes in a limbo.
Recently, a Facebook meme has been going around that posits we should ask Bill Murray how his character, Phil, got out of the loop he was stuck in that was the premise of the movie “Groundhog Day” — and then do what he did to break free from the ongoing loop of madness engulfing the country …