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New plate pays for parks

Written by | Published July 3, 2014
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has introduced its first new conservation-themed specialty license plate design in a more than…

2014 Peach Harvest in Full Effect

Written by | Published July 3, 2014
Unlike last year when many Texas peach orchards struggled to survive the unusual, late-season freeze, recent rains have proven that…

"In the Company of Cats and Dogs" at the Blanton

Written by | Published July 2, 2014
An aloof cat contemplates the purpose of art in society; dripping-wet otterhounds partake in a moment of respite from their…

Fourth of July Recipes

Written by | Published July 1, 2014
July 4th celebrations are all about family, friends, fireworks and food. While we can't help you with the first three…
Avast Ye! LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/Fort Worth plans to launch an interactive waterpark called Pirate Beach.

TH Photo Editor Griff Smith Hits the Road

Written by | Published June 27, 2014
After 30 years with Texas Highways, as photo contributor and including six years as Photography Editor, Griff Smith is retiring…

Zoo babies

Written by | Published June 27, 2014
It's baby season at the San Antonio Zoo. Yesterday, zoo officials announced the birth of two warthog piglets on June…
English rock star Phil Collins, a dedicated Alamo history buff, is donating his treasure trove of Alamo Battle and Texas…
The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon plans to renovate its Harrington Petroleum Wing to better reflect modern developments in drilling…

Texas energy goes with the wind

Written by | Published June 17, 2014
Texas’ wind power production is gaining strength. Earlier this spring, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas announced a new record…
Natural Bridge Caverns has opened a new and expanded visitor’s center, including a 5,000-square-foot maze and a new gift shop.

Texas bats receive clean bill of health

Written by | Published June 10, 2014
A recent survey of Texas caves turned up good news for the state’s bat population: According to the Texas Parks…
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