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Mardi Gras Texas style

Mardi Gras: Texas Style

Writer: DANNY MOGLE // Photography: SARAH A. MILLER and courtesy Laissez les bon temps rouler! Sounds good to me. Thankfully New Orleans doesn’t have a monopoly on all the Mardi Gras fun and festivities. Over the years, Texas cities from Galveston ...

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The Packers, Green Bay and Matt Flynn

Green Bay, Packers & Matt Flynn

Writer: TAMRA BOLTON // Photographer: TAMRA BOLTON and courtesy To understand the popularity of the storied Green Bay Packers, you have to understand its unique ties to the citizens of Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers remain the heart and soul ...

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Winter in Wisconsin


Writer and Photographer: TAMRA BOLTON // Nov/Dec 2014 Instead of taking a skiing trip to Colorado, consider giving Death’s Door a try?  No, I’m not referring to the old adage, but to Door County, Wisconsin, which got its nickname from ...

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Mysterious Caddo Lake


Writer: ANTHONY McCULLOUGH // Photos: Chase Fountain of Texas Parks & Wildlife // Nov/Dec 2014 I lie and listen through the darkness to the sounds of the night that surround me. The serenade of crickets and locusts that fills the ...

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Daddy-daughter outing at Daingerfield State Park


Writer: SEAN CHAFFIN // Photographer: BRIAN FRAZIER, Texas Parks & Wildlife // Nov/Dec 2014 It’s a father-daughter weekend and my friend, Christopher, and I, along with my 5-year-old daughter, Marie, and his daughter, 7-year-old Alex, are paddling across Lake Daingerfield. ...

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Grinders and flippers


Click image to view gallery  Writer: GRACE MALONE  // Photographer: VICTOR TEXCUCANO   //  Sept-Oct 2014  A skateboarder roughly grinds across a metal rail and down a concrete ramp. He then goes airborne and returns on the board to the pavement ...

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65 years of plastic worms

creme lures

click image to view gallery Writer: STEVE KNIGHT // Photographer:  HERB NYGREN JR. // Sept.-Oct. 2014 Longevity is not synonymous with fishing tackle. What’s new today usually is old news tomorrow. One exception is the soft plastic fishing worm.  The ...

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Retro rides

photo by Sarah A. Miller/Tyler Morning Telegraph

Click image to view gallery Writer and Photographer: SARAH A. MILLER // Sept.-Oct. 2014 The streets, parking lots and body shops of East Texas are filled with cars and trucks – classics, customs, hot rods, low riders, art cars and ...

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Horses rule at Texas Rose Park  

photo by Sarah A. Miller/Tyler Morning Telegraph

  click image to view gallery Writer: AIMEE ROBINSON // Photographer: SARAH A. MILLER  Some of the country’s top equestrians and show horses frequent the Texas Rose Horse Park near Tyler, a riding and jumping facility that hosts world-class events. ...

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