As the driver turned the lumbering Pickwick-Greyhound bus off Route 66 for a construction detour that distant pre-dawn, most of his passengers slept or tried to.
Hill Country Chapter of Texas Democratic Women will hold its regular monthly meeting with a luncheon followed by the business meeting and program at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4.
As the year trickles to a close, I look forward to reading all the endof-year lists from news outlets. Because I try to stay abreast of the news, I pore
Church-to-Church Thank you to the Gillespie County Ministerial Association and the many musicians who gave of their time and talents to provide the church-to-church walk. It was a wonderful way
After living and working in Fredericksburg for over six months, I can honestly say I’ve loved it. Growing up in an urban area outside Fort Worth, I was a bit
Do you ever look at a roll of toilet paper and think, “someone put that on wrong.” There are “over the top” advocates, and “roll from underneath” fans. We joke
There’s one issue for Congress not related to impeachment, but one that certainly affects Christmas cheer (the liquid kind). A bipartisan bill in Congress was in danger of lapsing before
When reading anything historical — even historically based — it amazes me what our ancestors went through. And particularly those who settled this area in the 1800s with all the
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Dec. 18 released a statement in response to the United Kingdom’s assessment of tech giant Google’s market power. The assessment relates to the Online
In the early 20th century, while people clustered in isolated villages in the Texas Hill Country, the outside world came as a voice through the air. Old-time radio was an