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Warren Hasse and I had become good friends after high school and college. I had gone back to Pampa as the assistant basketball coach to Terry Culley. Hasse, as everybody called him, announced all of our games being the owner and sportscaster of KPDN Radio. In 1966, I gave up coaching and went into...
Life can be messy. There is no count of how many hours of sleep we lose because of messes we get in. Do you find yourself in a mess often? Are you in a messy situation right now? Maybe you’re just one choice, one word, one act away from creating a new mess. Each of us wakes up from time to time...
First in a Series on Regional UniversitiesRegional universities in the U.S. educate 70% of the nearly 17 million students pursuing an undergraduate degree at public institutions, according to the American Enterprise Institute. Regional campuses are referred to by Brookings as “the workhorses” of...
Hey Taylor: For some reason, even as my earnings go up, my savings stay flat. I haven’t made any big purchases or changes, so I feel like I need some advice on how to save more effectively. - Calvin Hey Calvin: This is a pretty common phenomenon, actually. If your tendency is already to spend—...
Tom Robbins, author of “Even Cowgirls Get the Blues,” once said, “You should never hesitate to trade your cow for a handful of magic beans.” A 1960s point of view, perhaps. The 2020s point of view is that you shouldn’t hesitate to trade cow’s milk in for a glass of soy, oat or almond milk. Is that...
Washington D.C. is a wonderful city for tourists brimming with history and excitement. Washington D.C. has the distinction of being the only city established by the Constitution of United the States. On September 18, 1793, George Washington along with eight other Freemasons set the cornerstone of...
In the 2002 movie “Insomnia,” Al Pacino plays a Los Angeles detective looking for a suspect in the land of the midnight sun -- an Alaskan town named Nightmute (we kid you not). His character, Dormer, is racked with insomnia caused by personal and professional problems and the endless daylight. For...
Modified from a column published on October 25, 2015 Organizations train leaders, for better or worse. Various enterprises are hotbeds for positive leadership training: manufacturing, public service, retail, professional services and universities provide examples. Effective leadership causes people...
Everyone reading this has had some common experiences. We grew and developed in our mother’s womb. We entered this world as a newborn child. During the early years of our lives we were entirely dependent on others. Common experiences - no exceptions.  We will all have a common experience in the...
Hello Toni: I received my payment invoice from the Medicare Part D plan I recently enrolled in, and I am simply confused. It shows for February,2021 premium $7.30 and February Late Enrollment Penalty $7.60. I had enrolled in Medicare Part B after losing my job due to COVID-19 layoffs.  I applied...

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