Dino Tracks Discovered

September 13, 2019 0

By Mandi Dietz Someday, Springtown, “where country meets living,” may give Glen Rose, the Dinosaur Capital of Texas, a run for its money, considering a treasure of dinosaur tracks found a couple years ago. A […]

Preserving Time

August 22, 2019 0

By Mandi Dietz From clocks to antiques, trucks, homes and family values; Mack Dobbs, former farmer, county commissioner and Clock Shop owner, devotes the majority of his time to preservation. These days, Dobbs can be […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

August 20, 2019 0

Howdy Texas Music Fans. Texas music has a long history. First came the singing cowboys on the historic cattle trails. Soon Texas Ranch dances became the social rage among ranchers and cotton farmers. As our […]

Ropin’ for a Reason

July 25, 2019 0

By Judy Wade Team ropers love the competition, the camaraderie and, of course, the cash. However, they are always eager to help a good cause. Saturday, June 25, Ross Coleman produced his sixth annual heading […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

July 13, 2019 0

Howdy Texas Music Fans. This month I’d like to pay tribute to a group of guys who have spent most of their lives behind the scenes. They have carved out a long and illustrious musical […]

Seek the Kingdom

July 6, 2019 0

By Mandi Dietz When in need to escape the summer heat, seek the refreshing scene and assortment of pools at Splash Kingdom Wild West in east Weatherford, Texas, on a hillside along Interstate 20, bordering […]

Log Cabin Village: A Living History Museum

June 25, 2019 0

By Mandi Dietz Across the street from Fort Worth Zoo, near Texas Christian University, and across Interstate 30 from the Japanese Garden, Kimbell Art Museum and Will Rogers Memorial Center, the Log Cabin Village brings […]

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