Cowboy Capital

Located just one hour southwest of Fort Worth, Stephenville is probably most well known for being home to Tarleton State University, State Champion High School Football Teams,...

Hill Country Oasis

Perched atop the Texas Hill Country, Glen Rose draws people from across Texas to the crystal clear waters of the Paluxy River and the beautiful countryside. Glen Rose, though,...

Salado Legends Auditions – February 3 and 4

Auditions for the 2018 season of the outdoor musical drama, Salado Legends, will be held on Saturday, February 3rd  and on Sunday, February 4th at 3:00 P M,  you may...

From the creek meandering through the town, to the dozens of unique shops and eateries, spend some time in paradise. Walk through the streets of Salado and see this small town...

Thanksgiving Blessings

Put a new spin on the traditional holiday meal by adding a bit of Texas and Southwest flair. Thanksgiving approaches quickly, but one question remains, what’s for Thanksgiving...

Bellville Icon

Community works to restore legendary Turnverein Sitting atop a hill overlooking the Central Texas town of Bellville, Turnverein Pavilion has been a local landmark since the end...

A man’s home is his castle

Bellville baker turns dreams into reality Mike Newman bestows knighthood upon a cadre of youngsters before allowing them to enter his realm – his castle where he reigns as king....

Remembering Columbia

On the first day of February 2003 tragedy fell from the skies across East Texas when the space shuttle Columbia came apart after its heat shield over its left wing failed due to...

First Sight of Texas

For more than 300 years Hemphill and Sabine County served as the overland gateway into the vast expanses of the Lone Star State. Back in the days when Texas was nothing more than...

West: The Heart of Texas

No place holds the heart of Texas, and America in general, like a small town. People in the big cities might look down on small town folk with derision as they drive by on their...

OUR LATEST RECIPES

Sourdough Journal

Continue the journey of great recipes as the starter begins to take on an aged quality. Ts is the third installment of the Sourdough Journal and after three months of eating a lot of sourdough we have yet to get tired of it. Since we began the process, Saturdays have...

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Summer Easy

WHEN IT’S HOT OUTSIDE, DON’T HEAT UP THE KITCHEN. TRY THESE DELICIOUS AND SIMPLE RECIPES When the calendar turns over to June and the kids are out of school then you know summer has arrived. While the weatherman may say summer doesn’t get here until June 21, it’s...

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TRAVEL + LEISURE

From the creek meandering through the town, to the dozens of unique shops and eateries, spend some time in paradise. Walk through the streets of Salado and see this small town sitting at the edge of the Texas Hill Country come alive with the panache it’s been known...

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