Jennifer S. works at two separate H.E.B. stores in central and West Texas. She was overwhelmed with the changes at both her university and her store during the mid-way point of the month of March. She was working at the start of the panic buying that impacted the H.E.B. store in San Angelo. This audio story delves into her response to the event and how she sees things going forward.
By Ally Bolenderalb304@txstate.edu THE WOODLANDS, TX — Fears of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) called for closures of schools all over the country. Conroe Independent School District (CISD) closed schools on April 17 for the rest of the semester. Carson Bolender is a third grade student at Coulson Tough Elementary of CISD. He began online school on March […]
By Belle Rushing HOUSTON— From feeding animals, mucking stalls and trimming hooves, Codie Snelson continues to work despite this time of social distancing. Snelson says that although she is considered nonessential, her work as a barn manager is. As a barn manager for a couple of elderly clients who can’t take care of their four […]