The Texas Historical Commission website explains that Undertold Historical Markers are intended to address historical gaps, promote diversity of topics, and proactively document significant underrepresented or untold stories. The Texas Historical Commission received 54 applications for Undertold Historical Markers throughout the state. Sixteen applicants were approved. One of them, the only one in Hays County, is the Alba Ranch, home to one of the earliest established Hispanic families in the Dripping Springs area.
Good Sam and their camps help those kids in the summer when help is really needed to keep up reading and learning when otherwise they might regress during the summer break.
It’s hard to lose money on Wimberley real estate, says Patti Gibson.
With temperatures on the rise, and the days slowly but surely getting longer, it is clear that spring is coming up quickly! We all know spring is an active time in the garden, but it is also an important time to give attention to our lawns. There are several tasks to perform this time of year to help our lawns transform into the lush, green oases we all want. Oh, and word to the wise – no matter how many commercials you hear this spring, weed and feed products are not ideal in central Texas! The timing is almost always off for one or two of those components (more on that later.) The first step to a great lawn is an honest evaluation of what you have.