In only one week, We'll be helping Skip celebrate his 2nd retirement after his first retirement from the Air Force years ago.
As you have probably heard, Skip's just two weeks away now from retirement after 32- years of keeping all of Texoma informed about the weather. But, before that happens, we just had to try and tag along on a Skip McBride fishing trip, as we continue our tour of Texoma.
Our latest Touring Texoma report took us back out on the road in search of the perfect getaway for the whole family this summer.
Our most recent Touring Texoma report is about a recently discovered lost treasure of the Wichita Mountains.
Wrapping up our latest Touring Texoma series, we're stopping at a place that can evoke a wide- range of emotions for people who go there.
On this 4th of July, we have a story for you that's as American as apple pie and hot dogs.
Car enthusiasts everywhere, and neighbors in Nocona and Montague County have much to be excited about.
From mounted big game animals collected all over the world, to displays that spotlight area discoveries dating back more than 250- million years, to a replica of Electra Waggoner Biggs' studio, this is Vernon's Red River Valley Museum.
If you missed last week's Touring Texoma report from the Museum of North
Texas History, here's another great reason for history buffs to get
In Vernon, The old Wilbarger County Jail is being converted into a museum.
Over the next four weeks, we're going back out on the road in our continued tour of Texoma.
This time, we're going to look at some unique, fun, and local outings, where families can go and learn more about our heritage here at home.
Leslie and Mel Ulrich are raising their two kids in Graham where Leslie grew up, starting around Jr. High.
Vivian Wheeler lives in Lawton, and she's actually in the Guinness Book of World Records, and Ripley's Believe It or Not because she's a bearded lady.
Tonight's Touring Texoma focused on a Wichita Falls native, who saw for himself the good and bad side of Hollywood.
Over the next four weeks, we're going to introduce you to some very interesting people from our latest tour of Texoma.
90- year old Doris Robbins was an acrobat from the time she was 5- years old, well into her adult years
What's been described as one of three geological windows into our past is the focus of tonight's Touring Texoma report.
In our continued tour of Texoma, we went to a mountain range much older than even the Rockies.
Over the next month, we're going to spotlight 4- locations that would make perfect destinations while the kids are out of school for the summer.
We're wrapping up our latest group of Touring Texoma reports at Bill's Catfish.
It's a good old fashioned cafe, with a huge menu that offers everything from breakfast staples for the early risers, to barbecue, Mexican food and burgers.