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March 7, 2013 RSS feed / General Stories

Senate Week in Review

The State Senate Finance Committee finished up the education and health and human services portions of the Senate budget bill last Thursday, adopting workgroup recommendations on the two largest portions of the budget. More...

Celebrate Texas Independence Throughout March

AUSTIN, Texas––The spirit of Texas is alive and well in March as the Lone Star State pays homage to its vibrant past throughout the month. More...

Grandma’s Brag!

Grandson of Frances Lerche of Lexington and Clifton and Cathy Marek of Dime Box. Eli is the son of Michael and Diana Lerche of Lexington. More...

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DPS Increases Spring Break DWI Enforcement

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will increase DWI patrols from March 8 - March 17, one of the most active Spring Break periods in Texas. More...

House Republican Caucus Opposes Medicaid Expansion

Rep. Tim Kleinschmidt is the Policy Chairman of the House Republican Caucus and they met this past Monday to discuss the Medicaid System. More...

Watch This!

I knew the day would eventually arrive. My arm is not long enough for me to read my watch. Over the last several years, I’ve been holding it further and further from my face so that I could focus on the tiny numbers. More...

From the Chef’s Corner

Shrimp Soup with Chili Tortilla Strips

Shrimp are a freezer no-brainer. The quality is often better than what you’ll find “fresh” at the store (most of which have been frozen and thawed). Personally, I prefer “fresh” when I have access to them. More...

Honor Texas’ Heroines During Women’s History Month

From an influential stateswoman to a fearless West Texas rancher, the women who helped shape the Lone Star State’s real stories are recognized during Women’s History Month in March. More...














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