Someday, a rain storm like none in the Waco area’s recorded history could push Lake Waco to the top of its floodgates, engulf Waco Regional Airport, cascade down to the Brazos River and imperil East Waco and Baylor University with a surge of floodwater.
With an election flier sticking out of his shirt pocket and business cards in hand, Ryan Coggins won’t drop his political drive for a second.
The idea of a giant office complex might not seem exciting compared to other things going on downtown: hip restaurants, SoHo-style lofts, full-service hotels and the home-decor mecca known as the Magnolia Silos.
When I drove by the Bell County Courthouse Sept. 16 with my two boys, they asked why people were holding machine guns. “I don’t know,” I replied. “I don’t know why anyone feels like they need to show a weapon like that in public.”
I thought I would avoid having anything to say about Hillary Clinton’s latest book. I thought the book, “What Happened,” was meant to be some sort of cathartic Hillary Clinton 3.0 end of the story. I thought it would be accompanied by a graceful farewell tour. I forgot: The Clintons don’t do graceful and they certainly don’t do farewells. Instead, Clinton is thrashing around in front of the faithful, having pity parties and making news that has caught the attention of Republicans everywhere.