Articles Tagged “Lone Star State”

  • Congressman Brady Comments On Trade Issues

    Led by the House Ways & Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee, both chambers in Congress will soon act on legislation setting the rules for trade. Trade is important to the Lone Star State.…

  • Ag Commissioner Miller On Texas Footballs

    Nearly everyone knows that Super Bowl 49 will be upon us in just a few weeks, but a lot of people probably don’t know that one of the major manufacturers of footballs is right here…

  • “Go Texan” Program

    Texans express pride in their great state in many ways. Deputy Texas Ag Commissioner Drew DeBerry  tells us Go Texan is a symbol of Texas pride. He says the Go Texan mark “was designed to…

  • Ag Commissioners Staples Invites Everyone To State Fair

    Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples welcomes visitors to the State Fair of Texas — the Lone Star State’s largest fair — and encourages fairgoers to celebrate the best of Texas at the Texas Department of Agriculture’s…

  • Councilmember Olson Comments on Waiving of Permit Fees

    In order to bring in retail to our part of the Lone Star State the city council has, in certain cases, been waving various permit fees for businesses. We asked Councilmember and Mayor Pro Tem…

  • TEA Using New Accountability System

    Thursday, the Texas Education Agency released ratings using a new accountability system. Over 92 percent of school districts and almost 85 percent of the Lone Star State’s schools have met Texas’ minimum education standards. The…