Ward Jones considers President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address to be the greatest speech in American history. His interest in “The Address” led him to endeavor to study all that led up to the speech as he learned the monumental importance of this event in American history.
It never ceases to amaze me that some elected and appointed officials do not grasp the fact that the average voter is a lot smarter and knows a lot more about the issues at any given time than they are given credit for.
There is not a week that goes by when I do not see at least one (and sometimes several) letters to the editor of The Kerrville Daily Times expressing dissatisfaction about something in Kerrville.
One of the very first things that potential new employers or new move-ins check on before deciding to select any area as home is the amount and pricing of available single-family and multi-family housing.
efore I begin today’s column, I would like to correct an assertion that appeared in last month’s column on building a convention center in Kerrville that appears to be incorrect.
Before I begin today’s “Reflections,” I want to make it perfectly clear that the words and thoughts that appear in this column are those of its author and his alone. They are not intended to be representative of the position(s) of any organization or group to which I may or may not belong. I…
As I was about to begin writing this month’s column, I read the news that Gene Allen had resigned from the City Council. I’d like to personally thank Gene for his long and faithful service.