The Queen City ISD board of directors held its regular meeting on Monday and welcomed new board member, Phillip Hamilton, who ran unopposed after former board member, Shawn Fitzgerald, chose not to run for reelection.
For three months a little locomotive nicknamed “The Dummy” chugged between Atlanta and Bloomburg, Texas, burning natural gas for fuel; the only vehicle of its kind to run on natural gas before or since-but the noble experiment failed.
The office furniture business to some people may seem to be such a ho-hum plight but to those of us that have flourished selling “desks”, it’s a wonderful opportunity. The creative designer side of humanity thrives on new gorgeous fabrics, sleek Scandinavian motifs, fun graphic laminates, floor layouts, and being able to create the perfect workspace or home environment. It just comes with the territory and originative thinking to make a customer happy with an end “one of a kind” project.
Rebecca’s Pantry, a 501 C3 food ministry located at West Side Baptist Church, received a check for $2,000 on May 7, 2020, from the Brookshire’s Corporation. The letter attached to the check stated “Thank you for the work your organization is doing during the Covid-19 pandemic. We are grateful for your efforts to serve the members of our communities who are facing challenges during this unprecedented time.”
Governor Greg Abbott directed the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM), and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) last Monday to test 100% of residents and staff in Texas nursing homes. The Governor instructed HHSC, TDEM, and DSHS to develop and implement a plan based on the guidance of Vice President Mike Pence and Doctor Deborah Birx.