Yonder

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…

Norway on the Bosque

A LONG A WINDING CREEK northeast of Waco, Texas, the Cleng Peerson Memorial Highway leads from the hamlet…

Panna Maria in Texas

In December 1854, a bedraggled group of peasants from Poland gathered beneath a live oak…

Sailing on Faith

As with many European groups who faced religious oppression in the middle nineteenth century, the…