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The Wild Side of Glen Rose

The Wild Side of Glen Rose

click image to view gallery BY JENNIFER BABISAK  Situated at the northern tip of Texas’ Hill Country, Glen Rose has long been a popular tourist destination – first attracting folks to its mineral springs and then serving as a center ...

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Escape to Galveston

Escape to Galveston

click image to view gallery Writer:   JENNIFER BABISAK As Texas’ most enduring island getaway, Galveston boasts a fascinating history of glamour, pirates and natural disaster. Generations of Texans have flocked to its seawall-guarded beaches for summer fun. But after Hurricane ...

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Web Extra: Step back in time at War Eagle

Web Extra: Step back in time at War Eagle

Writer:   TINA BAUSINGER War Eagle, Arkansas – nestled among the Boston Mountains – is a beautiful, little-known secret. Recently, my kids and I visited and explored War Eagle Cavern. All we had to do was enter the gift shop and ...

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Web Extra: Beavers Bend beckons reluctant adventurers

Writer:   JENNIFER BABISAK I enjoy the trappings of urban development –­ museums bursting with artifacts, theaters showcasing local talent and restaurants dishing up morsels from all corners of the globe. So, when my husband, Matt, suggested an opportunity to ...

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Travel: Family Friendly Shreveport Bossier City

Travel: Family Friendly Shreveport Bossier City

click image to view gallery Story and Photos by Jennifer Babisak & Courtesy Photos When it comes to a family-friendly weekend getaway, I had never considered crossing the state line to Shreveport-Bossier City. After all, I thought of the destination, with ...

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Young woman’s dream of becoming pilot takes flight

Young woman’s dream of becoming pilot takes flight

Writer:  JO LEE FERGUSON   //   Phtographer:  DANNY MOGLE When she was in high school, Whitney Brouwer gave her mother different kinds of problems to worry about than what many parents face. First, the Minnesota native worked in an airplane ...

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