Residents of Brazoria County and area will be able to learn about a lesser-known chapter in Texas history. (Courtesy of Brazoria County Historical Museum) Residents of Brazoria County and area will be able to learn about a lesser-known chapter in Texas history. The Brazoria County Historical Museum will host “MarinesRead More →

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated and corrected. The Gregg County Historical Museum has approved four applications to the Texas Historical Commission for state recognition. Former Longview resident Allen McReynolds helped guide marker applications for Trinity Episcopal Church and the 201 Boy Scout Troop hut in Teague Park, asRead More →

Susie Quiroz went swimming on Sunday afternoon over Memorial Day weekend in 2004 and hit her head, causing internal bleeding. She was flown to Tulsa where she underwent surgery and needed several liters of blood. “When she needed blood, he was there for her,” said father Wayne McCombs. McCombs, executiveRead More →

The St. Clair Historical Museum will present a presentation on Prohibition Stories, photos and interviews about local liquor, beer and bootlegging will highlight the St. Clair Historical Museum’s presentation entitled “Bluewater Prohibition; St. Clair River Area Liquor and Bootleg Stories” May 19-20 at the St. Clair Community Center. “Detroit isRead More →

The St. Clair Historical Museum will present a presentation on Prohibition Stories, photos and interviews about local liquor, beer and bootlegging will highlight the St. Clair Historical Museum’s presentation entitled “Bluewater Prohibition; St. Clair River Area Liquor and Bootlegging Stories” May 19-20 at the St. Clair Community Center. “Detroit isRead More →

CANYON, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) – The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum has announced that “Objects of Enchantment,” a fairy tale-themed exhibit is now open from May 2022 through August 2023 in the Harrington Gallery. PPHM said the exhibit will examine the theme of light versus dark in commonly displayed fairy tales and shareRead More →