#Fall 2022

The History of the “Dinosaurs” of Glen Rose

Established by George Barnard as a trading post in 1849, Glen Rose is located at…

The Arrowhead

It’s quite an amazing experience to run your fingers over an area of dirt, sift…

Dr. Jim Bruseth: Archaeologist Extraordinaire

For almost a half-century, he’s crisscrossed the state as sort of a “detective,” gathering artifacts…

Ancient Life on the Texas Prehistoric Trail

Many people are surprised to learn that in various prehistoric eras much of Texas was…

Meet Rock Star Clark Wernecke

Many people spend a small fortune to spend an evening with a musical rockstar; in…

Baylor University’s Mayborn Museum

Baylor University’s Mayborn Museum is one of Central Texas’ preeminent scientific and cultural institutions. Located in Waco…

Out on the Range

As the official repository for the records of the government, the Texas State Archives are…

New York Hill Restaurant

Many of those traveling on Interstate 20 about an hour (or 70 miles) west of…

Ancient Bones

Keith Glasscock, a Permian Basin oilfield worker, often spent his spare time searching the windswept…

Dr. Eileen Johnson: Leaving a Legacy

In the late 1800s, cattlemen and settlers entered Lubbock County along trails that followed the…