Category: U.S.

Corps of Cadets enrolls new leadership

By: Michaela Dennis Staff Writer The announcement of the Corps of Cadets and Army instructors retiring came in spring 2022. The news stunned the Military Science 3’s/threes, now MS 4’s, who have worked under...

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ECRP host Lieutenant Governor

By: Sierra Wells Managing Editor Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick spoke at Stephenville City Hall on Aug. 31, following this month’s Erath County Republican Party (ECRP) meeting. “We have embarked on a 131-city tour over...

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Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

By: Sierra Wells Managing Editor The Supreme Court of the United States overturned the Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey court decisions on June 24, igniting a flurry of mixed reactions across...

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The population boom that is saving Texas

By: Nicholas Ratcliff Senior Producer The economy of Texas has recovered significantly from the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas recently hosted a Zoom presentation that outlined the current economic growth of...

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Women professors thrive at Tarleton

By: Sierra Wells Managing Editor Tarleton State University employs female professors who propel the university forward and provide an enriching learning environment for students. Dr. Mallory Young is currently an English professor in Tarleton’s...

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