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Wednesday, October 20, 2021
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  I have a lot of conversations in my head. Just this morning when I was thinking about writing this column and how it should go, I bet four different voices chimed in, each of them telling me what to write...
By Steve Ramos The Dumas Noon Lions Club will kick off the 69th Annual Dogie Days celebration next week, keeping alive a treasured Dumas tradition. As a kid growing up in Dumas, Dogie Days seemed like a multi-celebration: the end...
We kicked off the Moore County Journal a little over a week ago with a bang, and as I mentioned in the previous editorial, there is much more to come. As Karen Carpenter said, “We’ve only just begun.” Next week, look...
You lookin’ at me? YOU LOOKIN’ AT ME? Yeah, that’s what I thought. I’ve been practicing saying that in the mirror in anticipation of Jan.1 when it becomes legal for people with a concealed weapon license to open carry,...
Several years ago, I was one of those people who said I don’t want to read the news or books on any electronic device. Today, it’s pretty much the only way I want to read the news, and while...
For decades now, Texas has maintained a complex, strong and even subtle relationship with its biggest and most important neighbor, Mexico. Until now, that is. Quite suddenly, with the tea party holding the reins of power in Austin, Texas is...
                        Dear IRS, As you know, I filed my tax return Feb. 14, 2015, and since then I've received two letters from you that, at first, made me feel really important but are now just ticking me off. I feel I can...
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