Discover Granbury’s haunted history in a courthouse square tour

September 19, 2017 | By Cynthia J. Drake

Granbury is the kind of place where everyone knows everyone’s business—and if the locals don’t know you yet, they’ll find out soon enough.

A different take on border diplomacy at El Paso’s Chamizal National Memorial

July 18, 2017 | By Clayton Maxwell

What happens when a river changes course and the border between two countries hangs in the balance?

It’s a Small World

May 11, 2017 | By Matt Joyce

In a small workshop on the ground floor of Texas A&M University’s Anthropology Building, broad windows illuminate a faint dusting of sawdust covering tools, computers, and supply shelves.

Colonial Cradle

February 23, 2017 | By Dave Montgomery

During a recent archeological dig at San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site, workers trowelled through a small, rectangular slice of land just north of the community of San Felipe in southeastern Texas.

Life on the Farm

December 18, 2015 | By

In the January 2016 issue of Texas Highways magazine, Associate Editor Matt Joyce shares his experiences at the Hog Butchering and Curing Workshop at Nash Farm in Grapevine.

Haven for history

November 12, 2015 | By Heather Brand

Houston businessman J.P. Bryan had been searching for the perfect site for a museum to showcase his immense collection of artifacts and artworks chronicling the history of the American Southwest.

The Men in Blue

January 23, 2015 | By Roger Wood

The Lone Star State has long celebrated its Wild West history—the gritty pioneers, the proud Native Americans, and the hardened lawmen who fought to establish frontier law and order.

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