When the last vote was counted on Apr. 23, 1929, Dallas had a new mayor cut from a vastly different political cloth.
Kelvin Beachum, a father, husband, brother, and son, is filled with the characteristics of a patron. This NFL pro has a faith in God, a love of family, and a passion for giving. He made it his duty to provide essential things in life, with which not everyone is blessed. Beachum understands how important it is to do what is best for others, but he does not just realize this, he lives a lifestyle that is active in making a positive impact in many ways. Despite growing up in an small and relatively unknown town, Beachum made his NFL dream a reality, and he continued to give back to not only the place that raised him, but the entire world.
Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order last week banning state agencies, cities or counties from creating a “vaccine passport” requirement.
A businessman, who knew nothing about feeding hungry Texans, and his behind-the-scenes partner, also new to the restaurant business, opened the first Pig Stand on the outskirts of Dallas on Apr.
Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statement of support on April 6 for the Damon Allen Act, championed by Representatives Kyle Kacal (HJR 4) and Andrew Murr (HB 20) in the Texas House: