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Looking for a great weekend get-away? You’ll love Granbury.

Writer/Photographer: TAMRA BOLTON | IN Magazine A historical jewel seemingly frozen in time, the tiny town of Granbury, Texas, staunchly maintains its downtown’s historical ambiance and yesteryear architecture, much to the delight of locals and visitors alike. Located west of ... Read More »

This guy can turn cake into anything!

DYLAN HUMPHREY SAW BUSINESS BOOM AFTER TV’s ‘CAKE WARS’  Writer: DANNY MOGLE | Photographer: SARAH PEREZ | IN Magazine May/June 2017 It’s a good thing that Dylan Humphrey has a steady hand and nerves of steel. At this moment he ... Read More »

QB Patrick Mahomes has one of the most accurate arms in football but his real strength comes from his family

UPDATE: THE FORMER TEXAS TECH STANDOUT BEGINNING PRO CAREER WITH THE CHIEFS  Writer:  MAYA GOLDEN | Photo from Tyler Morning Telegraph | IN Magazine Nov/Dec 2016 Photo: Patrick Mahomes, center, with his parents and younger brother Glance at a magazine rack at most ... Read More »

Why Palestine is one of the coolest towns in East Texas

RAILROADING HERITAGE MAKES IT A DESTINATION FOR HISTORY AND CULTURE LOVERS  Writer: DANNY MOGLE | IN MAGAZINE Although I’ve always lived only about an hour away from Palestine, Texas, until recently I never had spent much time in this city ... Read More »

Caleb Pirtle has thrilled readers for over half a century

EAST TEXAS AUTHOR HAS SPENT MUCH OF HIS LIFE TELLING THE STORY OF TEXAS  Writer: BETTY WATERS | Photographer: SARAH A MILLER | Tyler Morning Telegraph The greatest moments growing up in East Texas for Caleb Pirtle III were sitting ... Read More »

At Tyler Junior College’s science center, families are too busy having fun to realize they are learning a thing or two

Writer: DANNY MOGLE / Photographer: SARAH A. MILLER In the darkened theater at Tyler Junior College’s science center, a group of kids are mesmerized as they stare at the 40-foot dome above them. As an image of a the moon ... Read More »

Gladewater Museum chronicles when Elvis was in the house

Writer: JACQUE HILBURN-SIMMONS / Photographer: SARAH A. MILLER GLADEWATER – Before the world deemed Elvis the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, he was a hunk of burning love in East Texas. He graced area stages in the early days of ... Read More »

Texas Museum of Broadcasting is filled with equipment that brought America the TV and radio shows it fell in love with

                Writer: DANNY MOGLE / Photographer: SCHUYLER WICK On Nov. 24, 1963, authorities were leading Lee Harvey Oswald, the man accused of assassinating President John Kennedy two days earlier, through the basement of the Dallas ... Read More »

NEW ATTRACTION: Jarvis College opens African-American Museum on campus

Writer: CORY MCCOY / Photographer: SARAH A. MILLER / Tyler Morning Telegraph Jarvis Christian College near Hawkins is celebrating the legacy of black Americans with the opening of a new African-American Museum on campus. “Life in America: 1900 to 1979” ... Read More »

ATTRACTION / Discovery Science Place sends visitors on a ‘Journey to Mars’

From: THE TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH / Photographer: SARAH A MILLER It’s complicated what the astronauts have to do to go into outer space, Reagan Riggs, 10, concluded upon visiting an exhibit about space and space travel at Discovery Science Place. ... Read More »