Dear Heloise: I read with interest the letter from the retired history teacher in Colorado and had some thoughts: 1. Regarding cursive handwriting, it’s true that students will wind up typing most of their schoolwork on a laptop. But without learning proper cursive penmanship, they will have great difficulty developing a unique signature for legal documents. I guess they will all rely on electronic signatures?
Every day in my high school, homeroom smelled different. Not better, but different.
To the businesses and churches of the Mexia and Coolidge area, the 34th annual Food for Families food drive will be held in Central Texas on Friday, Nov. 17.
A timeline of events leading up to a woman’s death at a Wortham med spa last summer provided by the owner’s lawyer is partly debatable, according to the Wortham Police Chief Kelly Butler.
Early voting is now underway for the Nov. 7 general election. Voters will decide the fate of 14 proposed amendments, including measures to provide property tax relief and raise the home-stead exemption to $100,000.