2011-07-07

By Mikie Baker

As you know, I'm the proud owner of The Funny Farm -

2011-07-07

By Carolyn B. Edwards

Sheriff RM Miller may have been the last of the "Old West" style of sheriff to serve

2011-07-07

By Bill Ellis

The first people at the cliff dwellings were hunter

2011-07-07

By Feather Wilson

There are interesting things to be learned along the Texas Hill Country streams and rivers

2011-07-07

By Doug White

There I was getting some cat food ready for my feline friends.

2011-07-14

By Carolyn B. Edwards

In a long life of simple pleasures and limited resources, reading provided a way

2011-07-14

By Bill Ellis

Jerusalem artichokes are basically sunflower roots.

2011-07-14

By Feather Wilson

Your "bundle of legal rights" include, control, exclusion, possession, disposition and enjoyment, as long as you pay your taxes

2011-07-14

By Mikie Baker

Because I'm basically housebound right now with Dearly Demented Mom, I must find ways

2011-07-14

By Doug White

There I was checking out the Chicken Car for it's next mission•

2011-07-21

By Carolyn B. Edwards

It suddenly occurred to me this week that I don't know how kids today learn to drive

2011-07-21

By Bill Ellis

Buffalo Bird Woman told the anthropologists how

2011-07-21

By Feather Wilson

Spanish silver and gold exploration in the Texas Hill Country began

2011-07-21

By Mikie Baker

As Mom goes through her final phase of life, I'm struck with what a strong woman she is

2011-07-21

By Doug White

This week's story centers around an old garage that Dad

2011-07-28

By Carolyn B. Edwards

As wells go dry and pumps burn up, we all look to the sky for

2011-07-28

By Bill Ellis

If you spent some time in the South Pacific in World War II, you probably stayed in a Quonset hut

2011-07-28

By Feather Wilson

The first surveys in Bandera County, with one exception, were lands granted to railroad

2011-07-28

By Mikie Baker

Dorothy Eudora Folsom was born April 29, 1920, in Medford, Massachusetts, the daughter of Albert Folsom and Grace Cotting Folsom.

2011-07-28

By Doug White

There I was, enjoying taking apart Dad's old garage that was built in the very early 40s