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Mason’s Master Storyteller Fred Gipson Still Enchanting Readers

Mason author Fred Gipson’s primary works – Hound-dog Man and Old Yeller – have positioned…

Abilene brings books to life

William Joyce’s picture book, Santa Calls, tells the story of a little boy named Art…

Pilgrimage to the Cross Plains of Robert E. Howard

Pilgrimages. Throughout history people have traveled great distances to visit the places connected to the…

High Country Highway

“I doubt if any 75 miles of more beautiful country could be found in Texas.”…

Keep up to speed with Midland’s racing legacy at the Petroleum Museum’s Chaparral Gallery

Imagine formula race cars in Midland, Texas! But it’s not such a stretch when you think about…

Birthplace of the Bankhead Highway

One hundred years ago, driving across Texas was no casual undertaking. Roads, if they existed, were as…

Edith W. McKanna, Scurry County’s Pioneer Aviator

Suddenly, the name Edith Whatley McKanna is big news again. It was decades ago when…

The Spirit of “Queen Bess”

In Atlanta, Texas, Residents Follow Hometown Heroine’s Flight Path

Fly By Wire

The Stanzel Model Aircraft Museum Features Toys That Really Fly

Menard Irrigation ‘Ditch’ Dates Back to 1757

Underground treasure potential has lured sailors and seekers to Texas for centuries. Whether it was…