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Lubbock musician Andy Hedges has put out a fine new album featuring his characteristic interpretations of classic cowboy and traditional…
In the second half of the 19th century, the United States established a line of military posts in west-central Texas…

Davis Mountains State Park to reopen December 20

Written by | Published December 12, 2013
Davis Mountains State Park, which is currently closed for construction, has announced that it will reopen December 20, about 2-and-a-half…

Let there be lights!

Written by | Published December 4, 2013
With another cold snap in the future, it's beginning to look a lot like winter—and Christmas—in the Lone Star State.…
Famous Water Company, the bottlers of Crazy Water in Mineral Wells, have opened the Crazy Water Bath House to offer…

Texas Braces for wintry weather

Written by | Published November 22, 2013
With the onset of the Texas Panhandle's first wave of winter weather, TxDOT is ready to respond with snowplows, de-icing…
Fifty years ago on this date, the President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy checked into Suite 850 of the Hotel…
A group of historians and others who study the historic French presence in the upper Mississippi Valley will gather in…

A planetary power lunch at Space Center Houston

Written by | Published November 15, 2013
For space buffs, astronauts are intensely fascinating. Only a select few dreamers make NASA’s cut to join the ranks of…

Events mark 50 years since JFK assassination

Written by | Published November 14, 2013
This tabletop model at the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza shows the positions of the president's car as three…

Trash be gone!

Written by | Published November 7, 2013
Here's a fun idea to combine recreation and altruism in Austin this weekend: Sign up for the first annual Let's…
It may seem like the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy has been dissected in every manner imaginable. But the assassination's…
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