Weatherford College

May 21, 2019 0
By Mandi Dietz Remembering 150 years of history, Weatherford College in Parker County invites all to share in its celebratory sesquicentennial anniversary. With honorable roots, beginning with the Phoenix Masonic Lodge and Methodist Church, to […]

Tradition Continues at Doan’s May Picnic

April 29, 2019 0
The oldest continuously celebrated pioneer event in the Lone Star State is being readied for the 136th time as the Doan’s May Picnic in Wilbarger County kicks off on May 4. On the first Saturday […]

Ranchman’s Cafe

April 27, 2019 0
By Michelle Ames The Ranchman’s Café is one of our favorites and a must place to stop if we are in the Ponder area. Since 1948 they have served steaks, huge baked potatoes and delicious […]

Pythian Home: Past and Present

April 25, 2019 0
By Mandi Dietz Previously discussed, the Pythian Home adorns spacious acres of farmland alongside historic Bankhead Drive in east Weatherford, near Interstate 20. Although technically urban, it’s a scenic country-themed parcel and a beautiful place […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

April 4, 2019 0
By Dave Alexander Howdy Texas Music Fans. Most of my readers know each month I feature future, past and present contributors to Texas Country Music. When you think about it, we really wouldn’t have Texas […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

March 27, 2019 0
By Dave Alexander Howdy Texas music fans. It’s early here in 2019 and already things are beginning to take shape for another great year in Texas music. The “Young Bloods” as I call them, are […]

Two of a Kind Sharing History and Stories

March 25, 2019 0
By Mandi Dietz Fortunate are those who inhabit an architectural gem, such as the former site of the Knights of Pythias. Favored too are the occupants with complementary, but more personal, rich history and valuable […]

The Birthplace and House of the Singing Cowboy

February 28, 2019 0
By Savannah Magoteaux With Christmas just behind us, the sounds and jingles of the season’s holiday songs still ring in some ears. More than likely you heard the old-time rendition of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, […]

Serving the Square

February 26, 2019 0
By Mandi Dietz With time comes change and a melting pot of old and new, creating a destination to rediscover. Most small-town squares, downtowns, and city centers these days resemble that of Parker County, with […]
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