Letters to the Editor

Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

Dear Editor,

Chairman tells of GOP’s efforts in Texas

| |Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014

“Our goal was not to beat the Democrats, our goal was to crush and absolutely destroy them...mission accomplished.”

Letters to the Editor

Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2014

Dear Editor,

HB 5 – STEM and Industry Partnerships - invaluable

| |Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014

I recently had the awesome privilege of witnessing 40 middle school students representing the Aledo, Azle, and Fort Worth school districts participate in an academia event titled – The 2014 STEM Challenge: Mission Possible. Sponsored by Bell Helicopter, the event took place at the Texas County College, Center of Excellence for Aviation Transportation and Logistics building at Alliance Airport.

Letter to the Editor

Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014

Dear Editor:

Chairman to speak at PCRW Nov. 13

Tuesday, Nov. 04, 2014

The Parker County Republican Women are “proud and honored” to welcome Steve Munisteri, the Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, as their guest speaker at their Nov. 13 luncheon meeting. The meeting will be at the Doss Heritage and Culture Center. Lunch is $15 and will begin serving at 11:30 a.m. Reservations can be made at sonjad@mpatexas.net, or by calling 817-443-3870.

Academic Credibility: Raising the Bar

| |Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014

In the world of academia, when the phrase “academic credibility” is mentioned to educators, most will define it as something scholarly, well-researched and proven to hold intellectual value. In corporate America, a school district’s academic credibility plays a critical role in determining specific partnerships between local industries and local schools.

Speaker lays out path for GOP at BLRW luncheon

| |Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014

She didn’t mince words about how she felt.

Letters to the Editor

Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014

Please join me in voting Republican. Early voting began Monday and runs through Oct. 31.

Jobs for the taking despite long, slow recovery

Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014

There are now more job openings in the United States than at any point since January 2001. Across the country, there were 4.8 million open positions (according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics—BLS) as of the end of August. That figure is almost a million higher than in August of last year, and the fact that there is work out there is good news. The recovery has been frustratingly slow to generate new jobs, and long-term unemployment is clearly a major problem.