Category Archives: Editorials & Opinions

It’s Time To Get Dirty

It’s that time of year when trees are budding, birds are singing, and a fresh variety of produce is available at the local farmers markets. It’s also that time of year to get your hands in the dirt and start

It’s Time To Get Dirty

It’s that time of year when trees are budding, birds are singing, and a fresh variety of produce is available at the local farmers markets. It’s also that time of year to get your hands in the dirt and start

Importance of a Balanced Diet

The way we eat, drink, and fuel our bodies is important and can have an effect on our overall health. Since March is National Nutrition Month, we want to celebrate it by recognizing the importance of eating a healthy, well-balanced

Importance of a Balanced Diet

The way we eat, drink, and fuel our bodies is important and can have an effect on our overall health. Since March is National Nutrition Month, we want to celebrate it by recognizing the importance of eating a healthy, well-balanced

Make the Big Game Count

We are officially less than a week out from Super Bowl Sunday, and if you’re like us, you’re probably more interested in the commercials than the actual game. There hasn’t been a Texas team in the Super Bowl since 1996

Make the Big Game Count

We are officially less than a week out from Super Bowl Sunday, and if you’re like us, you’re probably more interested in the commercials than the actual game. There hasn’t been a Texas team in the Super Bowl since 1996

School’s Out, Hunger Happens.

For millions of families, however, the absence of free school meals or discounted lunches through the National School Meal Program is a cause for worry. If 44% of Hays County students qualified for these meals during the 2017-18 school year, (Texas Education Association) what does that mean for our local, low-income families?

School’s Out, Hunger Happens.

For millions of families, however, the absence of free school meals or discounted lunches through the National School Meal Program is a cause for worry. If 44% of Hays County students qualified for these meals during the 2017-18 school year, (Texas Education Association) what does that mean for our local, low-income families?

College Students Need More than Ramen Noodles to Survive

When the words ‘food bank’ are used, the first thing that comes to mind is hungry families or someone who lost their job and needs temporary assistance. What many people don’t realize is that an overwhelming number of college students

College Students Need More than Ramen Noodles to Survive

When the words ‘food bank’ are used, the first thing that comes to mind is hungry families or someone who lost their job and needs temporary assistance. What many people don’t realize is that an overwhelming number of college students

Help Us Spread Joy!

It’s a new year and the slate is clean. We want 2017 to be the best year yet. Will you join us in creating joy by pledging to improve as many lives as you can? Here are 5 easy ways

Help Us Spread Joy!

It’s a new year and the slate is clean. We want 2017 to be the best year yet. Will you join us in creating joy by pledging to improve as many lives as you can? Here are 5 easy ways

Let’s Toast to a New Year

Many are thankful that 2016 is now over. Not everything that happened was positive – we lost beloved celebrities, Britain exited the European Union, there was major civil unrest in America, the Syrian conflict escalated, a treasured gorilla was killed,

Let’s Toast to a New Year

Many are thankful that 2016 is now over. Not everything that happened was positive – we lost beloved celebrities, Britain exited the European Union, there was major civil unrest in America, the Syrian conflict escalated, a treasured gorilla was killed,