McALLEN — The McAllen-Hidalgo and Anzalduas International Bridge Boards have appointed Juan Olaguibel as its Superintendent of Bridges. The former director of operations for the McAllen Bridge System has10 years of experience in bridge management, serving most recently as the Interim Director for the bridge system after the previous director’s departure. Olaguibel, a native of Mexico City, Mexico, also has a broad range of expertise in finance earned over 12 years in the banking industry, serving as bank manager for Wells Fargo before joining the City of McAllen.
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott pledged to institute police reforms when he met with the Houston family of George Floyd, who was handcuffed and killed by police in front of a Minneapolis convenience store on May 25.
A story from the 1970’s offers a humorous look at burn-out: No matter how tired you may be,
Someone asked me the other day why I write these columns, Growing Up. I had to think about it for a minute. Originally, I intended for them to convey how much times have changed since I was born in 1955 compared to today. How we, both kids and adults, were so much freer back then compared to today. Unless you were alive in the late ‘50s, ‘60s, ‘70s, early ‘80s, it’s hard to understand how much this country has changed. Even the days pre-9/11 compared to today, what a change. Then, as I began writing more of them, as was the case with my flying columns, I found out how much I enjoy writing them. I probably wouldn’t reflect on some of these past events from my life if I didn’t go looking for one to write every week. What I write about are mostly fun experiences from my past, compared to the problems we face today.
Anne went away to college and promptly became an avid animal rights activist. When she came home for the holidays she noticed her mother wearing a beautiful genuine fur coat. “Oh Mom,” Anne exclaimed in a disapproving tone, “some animal must have suffered terribly just so you can get a fur coat.” “ANNE!” Screamed her Mom Aghast ” I SEND YOU AWAY TO COLLEGE AND YOU COME BACK TALKING LIKE THAT?! HOW DARE YOU TALK THAT WAY ABOUT YOUR DAD!!!”