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Commentary: TCC Chancellor Eugene Giovannini: Maintaining Our Mission

Since our inception, one of Tarrant County College’s hallmarks has been our unwavering commitment to serving our community. As we all work to navigate...

Commentary: M. Ray Perryman: The Fed is taking largely unseen but essential action

The inevitable and unavoidable result of the extraordinary measures taken to curb the tragic health effects of the coronavirus has been a strong shock...

Commentary: Rising to the Challenge: Coronavirus Spurs Sacrifice and Generosity in Time of Need

These are difficult days. We’re frightened by the havoc COVID-19 may wreak on our families, friends, local businesses and the simple pleasures of life...

Analysis: Notes from a coronavirus hot spot

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — New Orleans is right outside my door. But I can't go out. Not much, anyway. My wife and I are...

Editorial: To mask or not to mask?

It never fails. Just when it looks as though Donald Trump has conjured up enough common sense to pull off a convincing imitation of...

Commentary: Walking the COVID-19 road: Fort Worth native writes of a journey no one wants to take

Tommy Shapard grew up in Fort Worth, the son of Charlie and Carolyn Shapard, and was a member of Broadway Baptist Church. His father...

Column: COVID-19 Loan Programs: Economic Injury Disaster Loan versus Paycheck Protection Program

On March 25, 2020, Gov. Greg Abbott announced that the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) had included the state of Texas in its Economic Injury...

Commentary: Historically Speaking: The Spanish Flu

There has been a lot of criticism over the President’s use of the term “Chinese virus” and rightfully so. Names have not always been...

Richard Connor: As the virus bonfire turned to conflagration, our leaders fiddled

Some great stories are rising from these ashes. Stories about Americans fighting back and businesses such as liquor distilleries producing disinfectants, restaurants moving from...

Commentary: Pandemic could cost most populous states hundreds of thousands of jobs

The inevitable result of measures taken to “flatten the curve” and prevent a major spike in coronavirus infections has been a strong shock to...

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