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correspondence

correspondence

August 7th, 2014

I wish to thank Armando Garcia for his dedicated service to our nation and for his selfless service to the Veterans of Presidio County for the past 24-plus years. His recent retirement from the office of Veterans Service Officer for Presidio County has presented me the opportunity to serve once again.

On 08 July 2014 I …

rambling boy

rambling boy

July 31st, 2014

The longest serving college president in Texas

By LONN TAYLOR

I learned about college presidents by listening to “The Halls of Ivy,” a radio program of the early 1950s in which Ronald Coleman and his wife Bernita Hume played William Todhunter Hall, the president of Ivy College, and his wife, Victoria. For years I thought that all …

guest commentary

guest commentary

July 31st, 2014

Can We Talk? Politics? Religion? Money? Who’s Listening?

By ELAINE V. SCOTT

Congress’s annual August recess is fast approaching. While many of us wish we had thought to negotiate a month off for ourselves when we took our current jobs, it’s hard to begrudge these men and women the respite. Regardless of political persuasion, it’s got to …

correspondence

correspondence

July 31st, 2014

This letter is to thank all the wonderful people of Marfa for helping out my friends, Joel and Brenda Bentley, at the Bryanna Bentley Medical Fundraiser this past Sunday.  I was overjoyed with the amazing attendance, and with the generosity of locals.

I want to take this opportunity to thank the following people for their help …

golliver – Governor Oops

golliver – Governor Oops

July 24th, 2014

desert fashion / marfa style

desert fashion / marfa style

July 24th, 2014

The Lou Lou Ghelichkhani style

By ASHLEY ROWE

Lou Lou Ghelichkhani is a singer and songwriter with Thievery Corporation and the Lead Muse to the Den of Thieves. She visited Marfa for the first time during the film festival to DJ and also to take in the films.

The dress, jewelry, and shoes you were wearing …

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