Username: Password:
Signup for eDelivery - Forgot Password?

Country World

Home News Texas Trails

Texas Trails

The Mystery of the Spider Rocks

E-mail Print
In 1902, a man named David M. Arnold, who was described as being “as fat as the town dog,” rode into the town of Haskell on an iron-gray horse and inquired as to the whereabouts of the town’s druggist, Caleb Terrell.
Read more...
 

Bobby Layne’s Curse

E-mail Print
Bobby Layne did a lot of things that nobody else ever did, which is one good way to have people remember what you did. We remember Bobby Layne for the way he played football — and baseball — and for the play-hard, party-hard attitude that he maintained on and off the field.
Read more...
 

Austin’s Skyline Club

E-mail Print
There's a drug store where the Skyline Club used to be on North Lamar Boulevard in Austin. Back when the Skyline Club was the place to hear music legends live and on stage, that part of North Lamar was known as the Dallas Highway. You could see the Austin skyline from there, which consisted at that time of nothing more than the University of Texas Tower and the state capitol.
Read more...
 

The National Dish Of Texas

E-mail Print
Chili has been around ever since the first adventurous gourmand — wherever he or she may have been — mixed chili peppers and meat and cooked them. And it was good.
Read more...
 

Scobee Mountain

E-mail Print
Barry Scobee didn't achieve the lasting literary reputation he might or might not have wanted, but he has a mountain named after him. The mountain is on the outskirts of Fort Davis, on the eastern edge of the Davis Mountains, and is surely the only mountain named for a writer of pulp fiction.
Read more...
 
Page 7 of 56

Login

Email Lists

AuctionAlert - A weekly email alert on local equipment auctions and ag news. CLICK HERE