John Segraves’ heart was failing him. He couldn’t work in the yard or enjoy his grandkids’ activities without feeling drained and exhausted. But after undergoing a leading-edge heart surgery, John is back at it … in fact, he was out mowing just a couple of weeks after the procedure.
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Early voting in the May 24 primary runoff elections ends Friday, May 20. Under state law, voters who cast ballots in either party’s primary election must vote only in the same party’s runoff election. Voters who did not cast ballots in the primary may vote in either party’s runoff election.
Tex Ritter became one of country music’s most famous stars just as it was becoming known nationwide. He became a beloved character in dozens of appearances in movies, radio, and TV and released dozens of hit songs.
Texas voters overwhelmingly approved two proposed amendments on Saturday that will provide property tax relief to homeowners.
Success sometimes comes from the most unlikely places. Those intrepid souls willing to take a chance are the ones who change the course of their own lives and sometimes their own communities. Sarah Cockrell, an early Dallas settler, was one of those figures, who went from living in a tent on the Trinity River to becoming one of the most powerful business owners in Dallas.