There were some concerns published in the newspaper regarding a 911 call.
I was oh, so disappointed to NOT find anything in the Courier of May 15 about the SIX fire trucks and THREE police cars which converged in the 100 block of Stubblefield Drive on Wednesday afternoon, May 8.
Editor, Appreciate the Elgin Stories printed weekly in the Elgin Courier. I save several of the articles for my great-grandchildren—they all live in Tennessee and will only know about Elgin
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On June 1st back in 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill—House Bill 25—that will eliminate the option to vote straight-ticket in Texas, starting in 2020. Basically, this means you
I’m old school. That makes me old-fashioned. To some, I’m a curmudgeon because I’ve got a few pet peeves. That’s fine by me. Days leading up to Easter, I saw
You go to a bank or some other lending agency and get a loan to purchase a piece of land, home or business.
I write to you from the Texas Capitol, where the House just overwhelmingly passed a major school finance reform package, House Bill 3. If finally passed into law, this legislation
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