The Spanish captain responsible for protecting the San Saba mission sensed grave danger on Mar. 10, 1758.
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As the worldwide threat of novel coronavirus increased, state agencies already were working together to ensure the health and safety of all Texans, Gov. Greg Abbott said Feb. 27.
I recall complaining a while back about my difficulties in traveling to Love Field in Dallas --- in order to fly on to visit my kids. This could be accomplished nicely if Zack wasn’t opposed to either driving me there or letting me take our shared “town truck” --- leaving it parked in a lot during my absence. For some reason, no one seems to trust my big city driving these days. I admit it’s been years since I drove all over Miami---- which can arguably claim some of the craziest drivers in the world. When I lived in South Florida, many newcomers and visitors from other countries seemed unable to read our signs and unwilling to obey our laws. I doubt much has changed, except the traffic’s grown geometrically worse.
Old time political campaigning looks positively archaic by today’s standards.
The Borden County courthouse was the site of an anything-goes wrestling match on Feb. 27, 1904, with cowboys and sodbusters battling over dirtcheap real estate in a oncein-a-lifetime sale.