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Help for Honeybees

“Texas Honey Queen” Marilyn Arnaud will award prizes to winners of a hive-painting contest June 17 at the Winnsboro Farmers Market.
April 24, 2017

Slices of History

Franklin County’s Little Alamo Mission Museum Takes Guests Back in Time.
February 20, 2017

Eagle Capital of Texas Ready for Annual Festival

For two decades, the Lake Fork Chamber has lured birding enthusiasts out to East Texas on a crisp winter Saturday with bus and boat tours focused on glimpsing the majesty of eagles in flight during their nesting season.
December 27, 2016

Misadventure Down the Sabine

A kayak excursion on the Sabine River in northeast Texas' prairie country offers pretty scenery but unexpected obstacles.
October 24, 2016

Exhibit Shows Marvel of the Body in Motion

Summer often finds humans participate in a wide range of movements like walking, running, swimming, throwing, kicking, and riding bikes. A new exhibit at Discovery Science Place, Tyler, explores the anatomy of all those motions.
July 1, 2016

Letterbox Enthusiasts Hunt for Treasures

The historic Oakwood Cemetery in Jefferson is not the most likely place to find a teenage girl happily meandering through graves and tombstones. But to Caitlin Thomas, the hunt for treasure is an adventure that propels her through the grim, moss-covered grave markers.
April 27, 2016

Discover the Many East Texas Trails

Spring is in the air in East Texas. It’s the perfect time and place to lace up some hiking boots or sneakers and head outside.
February 23, 2016

Step Back in Time by Helping to Build Grass House at Caddo Mounds

Workers needed for January 23 work day at historic site.
January 16, 2016

New Exhibit Examines Manned Space Travel

“Orion- Journey to Mars,” the newest exhibit at Discovery Science Place in Tyler, is now open to the public.
December 30, 2015

Caddo Lake: Past, Present, and Future

Texas Parks and Wildlife is presenting a variety of programs to educate guests on Caddo Lake.
October 30, 2015

Summer Fun Ideas

From water parks to lakeside picnics, intriguing museums to exploring a community, the Upper East Side of Texas has no shortage of things to do for families and adventurous souls of all ages during the dog days of summer.
May 2, 2015

Paddling Trail In Jacksonville

The public is invited to help open the new Cherokee Neches Paddling Trail at a launch event on March 21.
February 24, 2015