Melba Jean Sams, age 78, of Doddridge, Arkansas, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, March 16, 2022, at her residence surrounded by family. Melba was born February 16, 1944, to Lloyd and Aurelia Scott. She was retired from Henson-Kickernick and was a member of Mount Zion Baptist Church.
ATLANTA – When friends and coworkers heard there was a crash nearby, they tried to call tow truck driver Isaac Simmons for an update. They never heard back. “You don’t realize how much somebody impacts your life until they’re gone,” Simmons’ friend Nathan Bryant said. “He was ripped away from us
State Continues Streak of Positive Job Gains in First Month of 2022 AUSTIN ⎯ In January, Texas added 29,000 total nonagricultural jobs, making gains in 20 of the last 21 months. For the month, the state exceeded the previous record employment level set in December 2021 by reaching 13,084,400 jobs
(AUSTIN) — Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced today that the state’s tax-advantaged, advisor-sold college savings plan, the LoneStar 529 Plan®, implemented the following enhancements – including a reduction in some fees – that were effective March 7: Reduction in the front-end sales charge for Class A shares from 5.75% to 2.75%; Reduction
AUSTIN ⎯ The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) announces the kickoff of this year’s Summer Earn and Learn (SEAL) program for students with disabilities aged 14-22. Through work-based learning, youth earn a paycheck while learning new skills and gaining professional experience. Employers participating in SEAL benefit from the addition of engaged and enthusiastic
AUSTIN – Stories behind the data show the true consequences of driving drunk over spring break. That’s why TxDOT is using its Drive Sober. No Regrets. campaign to share with college students the real-life experiences of people affected by drunk driving crashes across Texas. One person in Texas dies every