Frankenstein attacked by cyber bullies

Frankenstein attacked by cyber bullies

By Jane Shouse Score one for the cyber bullies. The Frankenstein dummy has come down. As they have every year for the past 35 plus, my neighbors (let’s call them the Smiths) have hung a dummy over their driveway at Halloween. Its head is a Frankenstein mask; the feet are white socks, and it has […]

Disability Employment Awareness

LETTER FROM THE GOVERNOR By Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi Gov. Greg Abbott has declared October as Disability Employment Awareness Month in Texas. “The often-used slogan for the Lone Star State’s approach to commerce is that ‘Texas is wide open for business,’” Abbott announced. “This openness and dedication to inclusivity has been a major part of the […]

SHE’S NO EXPERT

SHE’S NO EXPERT

Hello, In your August 10th issue, the editor wrote an article entitled, “Nature Has the Rx.” She is promoting the use of natural drugs to solve health problems and I have no problem with the use of homeopathic remedies but she doesn’t tell the reader that they need to consult with their doctors before using […]