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Kendleton Mayor Darryl Humphrey Sr. is telling anyone who will listen that The Herald’s reporting on his use of city credit cards is unfair and incorrect.

WASHINGTON — There was no violence. Many candidates who denied the legitimacy of previous elections lost and quietly conceded. And few listened when former President Donald Trump tried to stoke baseless allegations of electoral fraud.

Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott decisively won a third term Tuesday night, defeating Democrat Beto O’Rourke in a midterm race that tested the direction of America’s supersized red state following the Uvalde school massacre and a strict new abortion ban.

One of Fort Bend County’s longest serving judges is up for re-election this November, and we’re hoping you support him and send him back for another term on the bench.

Although it took me awhile to pick myself up off of the floor after reading the article “Epicenter contract questioned” (Sunday, Aug. 7 Fort Bend Herald), I just could not pass up to comment on this mess the county got themselves into, and it adds to the saying, “you just can’t make this stuff up.”

T wenty years has passed since terrorists crashed jetliners into the World Trade Center towers, the Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania. These deranged villains were hoping to strike fear into our hearts. Instead, Americans united in vengeance. We hunted down those miscreants one by one and…