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Some people live their entire lives in a time of peace and stability. Some live their entire lives in a time of war and unrest. Most of us live our lives somewhere in the middle. Over the history of mankind, most countries thrive during peacetime as they can jointly put their efforts into...

Billy Woodard
In these perilous, uncertain, seemingly hopeless times; my prefrontal cortex (thinking creative brain) scans my cerebral circuitry for even a minute (small significant) of stored memory or experience to help facilitate and maintain our faith, solace and stability.  The electromagnetic radar by...

Walter Wendler
Sixth in a series on the reopening of West Texas A&M University in the midst of COVID-19. Regarding athletics, my goal as a university leader is to support student-athletes, first, and the enterprise of intercollegiate athletics, second. The individual and the enterprise do not always share the...

Taylor Kovar
Hey Taylor: Is it worth buying holiday travel right now? I feel like it’s not necessarily safe to board a plane, but that could change in a few months and the prices I’m seeing are hard to beat. Should I take a chance? Hey Dave: Great question, and one I’ve been thinking about myself over the last...

Leanne McCrate
Dear Dietitian, I’ve heard of herbs called adaptogens that supposedly help with stress. I’m in danger of losing my job because of the COVID-19 pandemic. I thought things would be back to normal by now! Do these adaptogens really work? John Dear John, These are stressful times, especially with the...
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, Monday began the new school year for Pampa ISD. I know other schools have already begun and others will begin this next week. It is an exciting time and yet a time that is filled with questions that will be answered in the coming days. I know that...
Americans have fallen into a crevice of sloppiness with usage of the word “hot,” and it has nothing to do with 100-plus degree days. Indeed, “hot” has become a handy word for descriptions that don’t involve thermometers. “Hot” describes fast cars, stolen property and well-sculpted bodies…. Coming...

Wendler, Walter
Fifth in a series on the reopening of West Texas A&M University in the midst of COVID-19. Little is more crippling to an individual or an organization than fear. It petrifies people into indecisiveness. It spawns endless self-doubt that metastasizes into organizational doubt, creating a...

King, Toni
Toni: I had no problem opening the “My Social Security” account to enroll in Medicare because I knew those answers. When it came to filling out the application for Medicare that was another story. I had a problem with some of Medicare’s personal questions. I knew my name, address, Date of Birth,...

Kraft, Rick
What is the worst act you have ever done in your entire life? No, really, what is it? If you have to think too long about this, I might be a little concerned. What if your tombstone told those who survive you for generations to come what the act was that you are the least proud of your entire life...

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