Sometimes these stories just boggle the mind. There are all of these free-loaders who tax payers must house from the cradle to the grave!
Costs have to be cut somewhere. There will be someone opposed to EVERY proposed cut because somebody's pocketbook is going to be affected. Local lawmakers will always come out wanting the cuts to be made in someone else's backyard!
As a retired educator with work toward a doctorate, I have sat in on local school board meetings and I have found Mrs. Thurman very well-equipped to make decisions. She always seems very prepared and to have done any necessary "homework" for the meetings' business. What I have found troubling in the past year, however, are the two Black men on the board who do not understand hardly anything going on. It is actually painful to listen to them try to argue and ask questions that are just so very basic. They are both obviously very much out of their element and it is frustrating to have to constantly halt the flow of the business while every move has to be gone over in great detail before they seem to understand. Surely, the Black community has better people to represent their interests than these two!
I didn't know anything about Chuck or Robin, but I voted for Chuck because Mike Huckabee made a commercial with and for Chuck. I agree with his votes so far and I doubt if either Robin or Weston could beat him next year.
As a mother who has been there, I found this article extremely well-done.
Because an "all female team" is obviously more competent!
I will have my Amazon orders shipped to my daughter's home in Georgia.
I will have my Amazon purchases shipped to my daughter's home in Georgia when these taxes go into effect.
Why does the newspaper continue to print these stories as though taxpayers SHOULD feel bad about wanting illegals deported!!!!
Why don't you forget Littlefield for five minutes and help see that this thieving outfit doesn't ever get one more penny of taxpayer dollars--not from the city and not from the county!!!!!