Texas Governor Greg Abbott wants the legislature to take action on “school choice,” a proposal to let parents use taxpayer dollars to take their children out of public school in which funding follows the student, whether they are in public, private or a charter school.
If the art on display at Thursday’s silent auction leaves you speechless, you’re not alone. The unmentionables were the talk of the event. The Denison Arts Council chose “Bras and Briefs” as the theme to raise money for local nonprofits fighting to end cancer.
There is more to a possible government shutdown this year as opposed to any other. That’s because 2023 is also the year when the Farm Bill is approved, and Grayson County farmer and rancher Ben Wible is preparing for the worst.
Getting car problems fixed can be a major headache, especially if you feel like you’re getting the runaround. Consumer Investigator Caresse Jackman provides tips on what you can do if you’re stuck with a “lemon.”
Families and individuals rely on SNAP benefits to help put food on the table, and a government shutdown could mean food insecurity. On Oct. 1, SNAP benefits are scheduled to increase to keep pace with the cost of living.