I keep hearing my humans talk about the “Howlidays.” There is apparently one coming up that involves a big bird of some sort and all other kinds of food.
Rural Texans have a lot to say about the lack of broadband service in their communities. Since we covered the topic earlier this month, many readers have emailed to share their stories and pleas for help.
It is that time of year, time for family, food, football, and fun. Though I haven’t seen as many this year, Facebook is usually inundated each November with the “Thankfulness posts” where everyone seems to think that posting each day for a single month what they are thankful for will make up for their (sometimes) ungrateful attitudes the rest of the year.
So, I have a question for you all. How many of you have pets? I am thinking about maybe starting a Question and Answer Column for pets and calling it “Dear Tabby.” What do you think? (Yes, I know that I am a black cat and not considered a tabby cat, but I still think it works, don’t you?)
Texas topped 1 million COVID-19 cases as some counties reimposed restrictions that had been loosened after this summer’s spike.