The Building of a Fort: Fort Richardson

May 12, 2014 0
By contributing writer Shannon Gillette Fort Richardson, once the largest military fort in the country, stands in Jacksboro’s backyard. The fort was strategically centrally located between Weatherford, Decatur and Montague. All of these areas were […]

Sticking to their roots: Justin Fun Days

May 12, 2014 0
By staff writer Jessica Bartel Known as a farming community, Justin, Texas, in Denton County began in 1883. With a population of 100, Justin started with a general store, grocery store, hotel and cotton gin. […]

From fossils to fire trucks

April 15, 2014 0
By Shannon Gillette The old stone building stands three stories tall, and not a single square inch of space is wasted. The rooms of the Archer County Museum are packed with historical treasures. Over 7,000 […]

Nocona Rotary Club Bull Fest

April 15, 2014 0
The 10th annual Nocona Bull Fest is planned for Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 8 P.M. Last year’s champion, Cody Johnson, went home with the prize money and a custom pair of Larry Mahan boots. […]

The American- The Winners

April 15, 2014 0
By contributing writer Judy Wade RFD TV’s The American presented by Polaris, the richest one-day rodeo in history, has come and gone. Over $2 million in money and prizes was presented to the winners. Texas […]

Escape from the Old Montague County Jail

March 28, 2014 0
By contributing writer Shannon Gillette Jails are meant to be strongholds, built to keep the criminal element locked away to ensure public safety. On occasion a clever inmate will devise a plan to beat the system and escape […]

Tales N’ Trails Museum

March 28, 2014 0
By contributing writer Judy Wade The Tales ‘n’ Trails Museum is housed in an impressive stone building on the east edge of Nocona in Montague County. Built on land donated by the heirs of Joe Benton, an early pillar […]
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