A few thoughts on the condition of the country today

My first thought is that I believe the people who govern our town, cities, states, and the country work for the people they represent. Citizens don’t work for or report to officials elected to govern. But I think those who hold those positions consider themselves to be the ones who know more about what is…

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Taylor County, City of Abilene announce partnership with Lancium for $2.4 billion data center campus

Taylor County and the City of Abilene have approved a project with Lancium, a Houston-based energy technology and infrastructure company, to build a large scale, renewable energy powered data center campus in Abilene and Taylor County. The significant milestone, the largest project in Abilene and Taylor County history, is pending final negotiations with Taylor County,…

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Cleghorn honored for 25 years on job

  On Jan. 2, Stephonse Cleghorn celebrated 26 years with his employer, Cotton Patch Café, who honored him last year on his 25th anniversary with the company. There is only one person in the Cotton Patch organization that has more time than Cleghorn. He said that his daddy taught him and his brother to cook…

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Mother-daughter alteration team sets up shop in Abilene

I had the pleasure of visiting with Chong Flint and Crystal King at their alteration shop, Wildfire Altercations, on South Danville. The shop is well laid-out and very customer friendly. It has a nice size dressing room, a small stage with a mirror so that a client can get an idea of how their clothes…

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HAPPY NEW YOU! HAPPY NEW ME!

How many times have you heard Happy New Year in the last few days? It is certainly a nice thing to say, and I believe it is a genuine wish. I think the key to a Happy New Year will be your attitude and my attitude. There are some things that will happen in 2022…

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National Blood Shortage: Omicron Variant, Other Factors Decimate Blood Supply, More Donors Needed to Make Appointments Now 

National Blood Shortage: Omicron Variant, Other Factors Decimate Blood Supply, More Donors Needed to Make Appointments Now Donors who come to give with Vitalant in January entered into $5,000 Big Game Giveaway  Lubbock/San Angelo/Midland/Odessa  (Jan. 10, 2022) — A national blood shortage is further stressing the nation’s fragile healthcare system. Vitalant, which services about 900 hospitals across…

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