Camp County Judge A.J. Mason has been honored by the Texas Association of Counties’ (TAC) Texas Judicial Academy for going the extra mile. The Academy recognizes county judges as Fellows who attain significant judicial education beyond state requirements.
Canada. Oh, Canada. What sorry frying pan has your prime minister jumped into this time? And how are you able to raise your head and look someone squarely in the eye when asked what country you call home?
Dear Chamber Member: I consider it a great honor to once again have the privilege of serving as the 2020 Board President for the Pittsburg-Camp County Chamber of Commerce. We have a fantastic group of hard-working men and women that make up the present Board. They, along with a host of dedicated volunteers, make it possible for the Chamber to function and continue to grow. I have great respect for each of them, not just because they are board members, but because they work very hard on behalf of the Chamber and have earned my respect. We work together toward making our community a great place to live, work and play. I have always said that the Chamber represents the heartbeat of the business community, both large and small. Our goal is to make our business “heartbeat” the best and strongest in East Texas.
You probably know this already, but criminals want your guns. However, criminals in interviews say they want to use a stolen gun because it can’t be traced back to them. When I worked as a salesman in sporting goods once upon a time, there were several instances the agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, usually just called ATF, came by to do a search of our records to find out who had purchased a particular firearm.