2011-10-06

By Carolyn B. Edwards

October is the month to celebrate two of my favorite ethnic groups

2011-10-06

By Bill Ellis

Strawberries were an important part of the diet of several Indian tribes

2011-10-06

By FeatherWilson

The denial of global warming due to the burning of fossil fuel is akin

2011-10-06

By Mikie Baker

Parents decide which virtues to instill

2011-10-06

By Doug White

Wow, what an awesome device the i-Phone is

2011-10-13

By Carolyn B. Edwards

The last few years my family has gone through some very rough

2011-10-13

By Bill Ellis

The Cherokee were from one 150 to 200 tribes called Woodland Indians

2011-10-13

By Feather Wilson

About 300 million years ago a shallow sea covered by lush green islands spread across northern Bandera

2011-10-13

By Mikie Baker

Though I'd much rather be considered the next Erma Bombeck, I'm afraid all I'll ever be is just

2011-10-13

By Doug White

Mogiz, one of my older cats, died

2011-10-20

By Carolyn B. Edwards

Although many Americans, if asked, would swear that they live in a democracy, our actual

2011-10-20

By Bill Ellis

Around 3000 BC, Indians living in the Eastern United States developed

2011-10-20

By Feather Wilson

The Texas State Legislators passed a bill in 2005 that mandated that 16 GMA's across the state put

2011-10-20

By Mikie Baker

If you are a true Texan, it is your right - nay, your duty - to attend the Great State Fair of Texas

2011-10-20

By Doug White

There I was attending a great auction held by Lloyd Mays auctions

2011-10-27

By Carolyn B. Edwards

Did you know that only 57 percent of US workers use up all of their vacation days

2011-10-27

By Feather Wilson

The drought is not over. In fact, this year is second driest

2011-10-27

By Mikie Baker

My favorite holiday is just around the dark, creepy

2011-10-27

By Doug White

A few weeks ago I went through my voice mail and had one

2011-10-27

By Bill Ellis

Cities are places where a lot of people live