Looking For Something?
Support a BoN Sponsor
Recent Flickr Photos
Recently Came From
Support a BoN Sponsor
Category Archives: Texas
SAN ANTONIO – A single vote made the difference in a Lytle ISD school board election. Turns out, it was the only vote. The final tally: 1-0. “Going back to your old textbooks: your vote counts,” Lytle ISD spokesperson Derrick … Continue reading
Heck, Clinton can’t even compete with this. George H.W. Bush brings Texans cheerleaders roses, has awesome socks
SAN ANTONIO — Today, at the Whataburger Family Convention, a biannual gathering of more than 2,000 Whataburger attendees, CEO Preston Atkinson announced Whataburger will launch into retail sales for the first time by bottling its popular line of condiments — … Continue reading
Five Yu Darvish pitches, five strikes by Albert Pujols. LoneStarBall.com
State Rep. Betty Brown, R-Terrell, is quoted in this Houston Chronicle saying: “Rather than everyone here having to learn Chinese — I understand it’s a rather difficult language — do you think that it would behoove you and your citizens to adopt a name … Continue reading
Today in Texas History, we learn of another fertilizer explosion that was larger than the one in West, Texas
Lots of crazy similarities . . . Both involved fertilizer The explosion in West happened on April 17 while the Texas City explosion happened on April 16, 1947 The names of both of the cities are quite unique, and both … Continue reading
Published on Apr 9, 2013 In just 171 days, gates will open to the State Fair of Texas®. Reconstruction continues on the Fair’s official host, Big Tex. Tex was destroyed in an electrical fire on the final Friday of the … Continue reading
ODESSA/OLNEY-Lena Mae Beasley is an extraordinary woman. The 87-year old has dementia, but that didn’t keep her from leaving her nursing home in Olney, Texas last week for a Fun Run for cancer. It was her late husband’s birthday and … Continue reading
I love how sound takes a bit to travel.
From the outside, the new children’s building at Cornerstone Church is just another white brick edifice on the sprawling North Side campus. On the inside, it has Noah’s Ark built into its walls and roof, a two-story ship with 16 … Continue reading
For my conservative readers: There those celebrities go again, poking their nose into politics. Can’t they just let their idols rest in peace? It’s like they are literally trying to raise people from the dead. Why on Earth would anyone … Continue reading
You can find all the details here, but below is where Texas stands. I thought the Lone Star State would have been higher, but perhaps the large population adds some diversity that doesn’t put it in the top ten.
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) — The corner of Airline Road and South Alameda Street epitomizes suburbia. A pharmacy, car mechanic, gas station, liquor store and credit union cluster nearby. But next to McDonald’s — literally on the other side of … Continue reading
The video tour is interesting, even for being over five minutes, but I’m surprised Robin Leach wasn’t hired and that there were’t more interior shots. I recall talking to some guys that once work on installed his DirecTV and replacing … Continue reading
Having the Sooner mascot was a nice bit.