The piano teacher turned touring musician from Lockney has been inducted into several halls of fame across the U.S.
Bob Wills fans flock each spring to the tiny Panhandle town to “dance all night, dance a little longer.”
Bet you can't guess which old-time crooner's front door is, for some reason, included on the oil billionaire's property.
The old-school conservative spoke with us about partisan gerrymandering, Patrick’s hold on the state Senate, and Donald Trump.
While teaching in the Panhandle, the painter fell in love with the “wonderfully big” plains—and acquired an eye for light that would make her one of the all-time greats.
With a creative scene that includes the classic Cadillac Ranch and vibrant downtown murals, this Panhandle city, home to a new boutique hotel, invites you to stay and enjoy the scenery.
A man from the Sooner State has a question about the other Red River Rivalry.
In announcing an ambitious renewable-energy push this week, the Biden administration highlighted a vessel under construction in Brownsville as proof of the economic opportunities of going green.
The Southwest—not California—was the birthplace of the U.S. wine industry; the Panhandle—not the Hill Country—is where Texas grapes grow best; and other little-known facts.
Plus, our very own BBQ Fest culminates in a virtual backyard barbecue this Sunday.
At first, I had only cows and wind turbines for company on lonely stretches of Panhandle highway. Then supporters showed up to help the miles go faster.
High finance in the High Plains.
Half a century ago, the women’s basketball team at Wayland Baptist College set an extraordinary record that may never be broken: the longest winning streak in sports history.
The controversial home of an embattled college president is a symbol of a Panhandle brawl full of conspiracies.
Roberts County landowners are battling to save the Ogallala Aquifer—and what remains of their agrarian past.
Growing up, I took the Panhandle’s plain nature for granted. Only after years away and a sentimental journey home did I take it to heart.
Never say Kant, Socrates it to ’em, and other collected wisdom from Texas’ Friday-night philosophers.
Across the Panhandle stretches a thin red line that divides doughty plains dwellers from Texas’ lesser changed.