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Our world today is rife with fear. It is evident in our interactions. It is evident in observations. Social media, mainstream media, personal discussions - all laden with fear. Even when we talk to those with whom we agree, we must be honest with ourselves and confess that we do so in order …

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Good Morning from the Comanche County Historical Museum! I noticed a wonderful front page article in THE COMANCHE CHIEF about tomorrow, Sept. 12, 2020 being declared QUANAH PARKER DAY in Texas. This was in a proclamation from Gov. Greg Abbott designating the second Saturday in September as Q…

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Getting picky eaters to eat vegetables can be a challenge sometimes! Here are our tips on being sneaky with vegetables.

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One of the most enjoyable articles I have ever read is about high school mascots. I put ii in a file somewhere and every once in a while I’ll run across it and enjoy it all over again. I recently found an old column written by John Walker about high school mascots. In it he mentioned the Win…

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Good Morning from the Comanche County Historical Museum! Yes, I did bring my umbrella again today; I may not need it.

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Bret Cali has the general store and café at Bend in San Saba County. He is one clever dude and just might be the new Hondo Crouch, the late self-proclaimed foreign minister of Luckenbach. Hondo became famous for his shenanigans at the little town he bought and put on the map. Major singers a…

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Here is a recap of some August happenings: Joe and I had a severe case of fried brain last week with the triple digit heat. We had to make a trip to San Angelo on Thursday, the 20th and on the way home, the thermometer registered 108 degrees! He also got up early that morning to watch the Pe…

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Good Morning from the Comanche County Historical Museum! Today I am talking about EARLY SCHOOLS IN COMANCHE COUNTY. This county was created in 1856 and the first of 170 schools were opened at that time. When Comanche County was created in 1856, there were no organized schools in the state of Texas.

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It’s time to start preparing for going back to school. The transition out of summertime is never easy but one way that you can start preparing is to put together a list of easy, nutritious back to school breakfasts. Eating breakfast is crucial in order to send kids to school energized and re…

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When I first contacted Linda Behrend at her ranch near New Ulm, the first thing she said was, “Hi, Mr. Tumbleweed. I’m Mrs. Noah.” She was busy taking food to her goats, pigs, chickens and a miniature pony.