My compliments to the Lampasas HEB. It is clear that management and staff have taken deliberate steps to minimize the health risks of the essential trip out in public to shop for groceries. I observed a team effort on their part with everyone being friendly, polite and understanding their roles in helping customers. My fellow customers were also patient, polite and cooperative. The whole experience was pleasant. It made me proud to be a Lampasan. Thank you all!

The worst time for congressional partisanship

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s attempted partisan sabotage of the coronavirus relief bill might mark a new low. That the bill finally passed doesn’t excuse her reckless gamesmanship.

Problems in evolutionary model for age of the Earth

EDITOR’S NOTE: Clear Creek Baptist Church in Kempner recently hosted a three-day creation science conference with presenter Dr. Joseph Kezele. Kezele has summarized some of his most popular messages for the Dispatch Record to reprint. The first topic follows on age of the Earth.

My compliments to the Lampasas H-E-B. It is clear that management and staff have taken deliberate steps to minimize the health risks of the essential trip out in public to shop for groceries.

So, now what!

This virus thing has gotten crazy. San Francisco ... closed down due to the coronavirus’ spread?! A whole American city on hold? And other localities set for like privations?

The COVID-19 virus, which emerged from Wuhan, China during the winter months, is dangerous. That it sickens, is quite contagious and can be fatal in small percentages of cases is not in dispute. These facts, along with there being no vaccine to prevent the disease, has added to the fear now gripping much of America and the world. The combined efforts and cooperation

As ordinary Americans are struggling to cope with extraordinary requests that they shutter their businesses, cancel social functions, stay home from church and practice social distancing while scouring to find needed grocery items and hygiene products, some politicians in Washington, D.C. think it is time to accelerate their power grab.

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