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Criss & Rousseau Law Firm LLP

An African proverb maintains it takes a village to raise a child. But what if the village itself needs rescuing? What if the village has no clean water, no opportunity for employment, no schools, no way to break the chains of poverty that have shackled generations. In the East African republ…

Anne Potts Jackson’s office at the Bell County Justice Center is filled with family, professional and private mementos. There are the coins she received from various military installations where she was asked to speak. An engagement photo of her and husband, Michael L. Jackson Jr. Lt. Col. U…

Walking into the paneled office of Dr. Glenda O. Barron, president of Temple College, it’s hard not to feel just a bit intimidated. For a moment, it feels like being called into the principal’s office for an unknown offense. Within moments those “déjà vu” feelings give way to a smile and fir…

Amber Lynn Diaz, Ed.D, certification officer and assistant professor for Teacher Education at Texas A&M CT knows there is more to becoming an educator than a four-year bachelor degree. There is also a stringent certification process for teaching grades K-12 in Texas once a bachelor degre…

She was a pretty coed and sorority girl with a thousand-watt smile. He was a talented athlete on scholarship. They met as students at the University of Texas in 1943, and nearly 67 years later, their love story is still being written. They are Temple residents Keifer and Sammie Marshall, and…