A storm is coming.
As I look outside, or as I drive my car around, I am noticing so many birds, of so many varieties — they are here and appear to be ravenous. Almost every neighborhood, highway median and open field seems to be attracting birds. I love looking in my backyard to count the varieties I see.
Today is the beginning of Sunshine Week, a national initiative designed to promote discussion of the importance of open government and freedom of information.
To burn or not to burn. If this is your question, allow me to try to answer it by going through the laws on public and private burning and the exceptions that are allowed. With the winds that have already been quite prevalent this week, and the upcoming springtime and summer heat, we should …
I’m sure you’ve heard about the problem with feral hogs in Texas. The population has exploded, and with it comes an increase in the damage done by their rooting and feeding habits. Lands affected by feral hogs include parks, nature reserves, ranch land, golf courses, and even rural neighborh…
It is important to ask ourselves “why” from time to time, since it’s essential to have a rational for what we choose to do. The interesting part of asking ourselves “why” is there may not be one motive, but several. I stumbled across a quote about growing plants that fits me rather perfectly:
One week remains in the candidate filing period for local elections — and for the first time in eight years, it appears Killeen will have an election in all four of its district races.