The Evening Tribune took note of the presence of Frederic Remington in El Paso in a brief announcement on Nov. 19, 1893. The renowned artist was such a frequent visitor
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It seems almost impossible that Thanksgiving will be upon us so soon. Wasn’t it five minutes ago that I complained about the constant, daily watering that kept everything alive in
One summer day in 1925, two men walked into the Capitol in Austin. While that’s nothing unusual, anyone who knew either of them surely thought it odd they would be
We live in a divided country. And I don’t just mean politically. Our economy is creating winners and losers, with no clear way up the ladder for millions of Americans.
AUSTIN — More than 8.3 million of Texas’ 15.8 million registered voters cast ballots in the Nov. 6 general election, as shown in results posted by the secretary of state.