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Dogwood Days Are Here Again

Written by | Published March 30, 2016
Wildflowers are blanketing the fields in many places, but if you’re in East Texas, don’t forget to look up in…

It's Your Lucky Day

Written by | Published February 24, 2016
Whether you have the luck of the Irish by birth or just in spirit, St. Patrick's Day traditions have a…

Pancake Day

Written by | Published February 9, 2016
Today is Pancake Day … or Shrove Tuesday … or Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday. Whatever you choose to acknowledge,…

Holocaust Remembered

Written by | Published January 27, 2016
The United Nations General Assembly designated January 27—the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau—as International Holocaust Remembrance Day. In Texas,…

Lone Star Mardi Gras

Written by | Published January 25, 2016
With Fat Tuesday coming up on Feb. 9, festivals and other events are already kicking off across Texas to start…

Take a Snow Day

Written by | Published January 21, 2016
Nothing says winter more than snow, which is elusive in many parts of Texas, even in colder months. One place snow is…

Get Trim with Travel

Written by | Published January 6, 2016
So, the time has come at the beginning of the year when we weigh (pun intended) our physical fitness levels.…

2015 Year in Review

Written by | Published December 30, 2015
Oh, the places we have been! Texas Highways is so proud to represent the Lone Star State, and we love…

A Grapevine Christmas

Written by | Published December 11, 2015
The flurry of Christmas activity has kicked into high gear. For all that said they’d finish their shopping much earlier…
Free access to national treasures? Yes. The National Wildlife Refuge System and National Parks Service have allotted fee-free days in…

Christmas at Old Fort Concho

Written by | Published November 30, 2015
Christmas trees, Santa and stockings are well known trappings of the holiday season—but what about campfires, cannons and cowboys? They’re…

Nine Flags Over Nacogdoches

Written by | Published November 23, 2015
Nacogdoches, known as the oldest town in Texas, has a long and storied history to celebrate. Caddo tribes had long…
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