Dancing through local history

Libbie Horton and Kä Neunhoffer have come up with a new way to present local history. They will offer their original “Hill Shapes,” which has been described as a modern chamber ballet, to local audiences this month. 

Gentle Reader, since 1994 I’ve written you these weekly letters, most of them about the history of our community. Using photographs and paragraphs, I’ve hoped to both entertain and inform you while telling the story of our special place in Texas.

My sweet wife, Ms. Carolyn, is a school teacher, and she reminds me people learn in different ways — and tell stories in different ways.

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