When it comes to marijuana policy, Texas has gone slow, far too slow for some.
Hello, dear readers, and welcome to a bonus letters column devoted to your ongoing questions about the coronavirus and its vaccines and boosters. You've brought up important and complex topics, and we'll do our best to provide clear and helpful information. – Several readers have requested help in discussing the coronavirus vaccine with hesitant friends and relatives. The focus is often the makeup of the vac
DEAR HARRIETTE: I was offered a position that pays well, but it has nothing to do with the field that I'm interested in working in. A family friend recommended me for the position, and after a couple of interviews, I was offered a full-time job in the human resources department of a hospital. My real passion is photography. My last job was right up my alley, but it didn't pay a living wage. I'm conflicted because I need the money, but I don't want to veer too far off track from my goals and interests. Should I take the job? – Next Steps
Last month, Clinton Board of Education members approved a plan to provide students with safer schools, updated facilities, and more academic offerings. As I’ve visited with citizens throughout Clinton, I’m inspired by their excitement about this opportunity – to invest in our stu dents, community, and future.