I’ve gotten concerned about myself over the past few weeks, worrying I’d lost my zest for sports. Read more

After taking the Lamar school district to task two weeks ago in this column for not properly informing the public about campus COVID-19 cases, it was good to see the district unveil an online dashboard this week that tracks the virus district wide. Read more

In August of 2014, the Fort Bend Museum Association produced a series of scholarly presentations, as well as a dramatic reenactment, in recognition of the 125th anniversary of the Jaybird-Woodpecker gun battle in downtown Richmond. The following column appeared in the Sept. 3, 2014 issue of … Read more

“Unfortunately, my social distancing practices did not include my refrigerator.” — Overheard at the doctor’s office Read more

In the race to replace U.S. Rep. Pete Olson, R-Sugar Land, it would serve voters well if Democrat Sri Kulkarni and Republican Troy Nehls have a series of face-to-face debates. Read more

From the late 1970s until 2005, I raised and and rode show horses. Believe me, I had my share of getting bucked off. Read more

Fort Bend County residents will join Americans nationwide tomorrow to remember Sept. 11, 2001,with a moment of silence, and prayers for those who died, and for their loved ones whose lives have been tragically altered. Read more

Constitution Day, September 17, the day Americans celebrate the signing of the Constitution which was then sent to the states for ratification, is almost here. The numerous attacks on it, it’s founders, and the anarchy in our big cities today should give us cause to reflect upon what a gift … Read more