Trees are almost as old as dirt in the construction industry, but they’re new to Texas in the form of the state’s first mass timber office building.
Columns & Opinions
I don’t often write my column based on a national news story. When I do it is mostly because the story is so fascinating, I just feel the need to share it with Robertson County.
As thousands fled southeast Texas ahead of Hurricane Laura, Texas A&M promoted an Ike Dike as a critical way to protect the region from devastating damage.
America was founded on the very principals of liberty, freedom, and the pursuit of happiness. Our forefathers, a group of innovative and creative men sat down to give “We The People” an opportunity to prosper as individuals and as a nation.
Students across Texas returned to campuses last week as schools and universities scrambled to put into place new lesson plans that best accommodate a pandemic.