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Just one more day left for early voting at the Lillie Russell Memorial Library. You can come in between 7 a.m. and 7 pm on Friday, Nov. 4, or visit us on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8. Don’t forget to vote. The Crossroads Classic Car Show was a big success in October, along with Countryfest. more
On Oct. 19, Saudi Arabia held its first international bond sale – EVER!! The sale, which received orders of $67 billion for the $17.5 billion in bonds offered, is the largest to date from an emerging market economy. Investors eagerly welcomed the offering as a way to achieve further exposure in the Middle East given recent expectations that the price of oil will rebound next year. more
I had just gotten out of the shower and was lookin’ in the mirror when my wife Janet popped in. “Would you look at the bags under my eyes,” I said, as I poked one with my finger. “What eyes?” said Janet. more
Texas’ population growth over the past half-century has been nothing short of astonishing and individuals from all over the world now call Texas home, bringing their culture with them. more
Every year, the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel -- more commonly known as the Nobel Prize in Economics -- is awarded to an individual or individuals whose ideas and research have increased our understanding of important issues in economics and related areas. more
Have you ever played King of th’ Mountain? Some call it King of th’ Hill, but my buddies and I called it King of th’ mountain. more
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