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The closed-season school board meeting was called to order half an hour late by its chairman, J. Buckdancer Alcott, because the board members saw Windy Wilson sitting in the audience. More...

New App Brings Texas History Alive

Washington-on-the-Brazos visitors can use mobile devices to see recreation of site in 1836

Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site and Star of the Republic Museum are using 21stcentury technology to harken Texans back to 1836, the year Texas gained its independence. More...

Schulenburg Festival

Schulenburg, Texas invites everyone to what they have dubbed as the “National Party of Texas” – their Schulenburg Festival. The Festival will include a CPRA Rodeo, and is set for August 3rd, 4th and 5th. More...

Overview of Supreme Court Opinion

Today big government prevailed over freedom. While I respect the law of the land, and while Obamacare prevailed today, it will fail on the first Tuesday of November. More...

Grandma’s Brag

Grandchildren of Curtis and Margie Yurk of Lexington. More...

Don’t Judge Me

The old cliché warns us not to judge a book by its cover. I would like to go one step further and say that you can’t judge a parent by their house. More...

Remembering The Sacrifices Behind Independence Day

On this day we celebrate the bedrock principle upon which our nation was built 236 years ago: freedom. More...

TEXAS HISTORICAL COMMISSION TO SEEK NATIONAL REGISTER DESIGNATION FOR WORLD WAR II ALIEN ENEMY INTERNMENT CAMP

The Friends of the Texas Historical Commission was awarded a Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program (JACS) grant to aid the Texas Historical Commission’s (THC) efforts to preserve and interpret the history of alien enemy internment c More...

Statement from Texas Comptroller Susan Combs on the Supreme Court’s Decision to Uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act:

(AUSTIN) — “I am very disappointed with the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. It is a bad law and bad policy. More...

 













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