By: Sierra Dyson Rick McNutt, a resident of Comanche County, is an outstanding artist and woodworker who builds low-income housing for homeless birds. He does not call them bird houses. Because, according to him, that is what old retired people do. He has lived in Comanche for about five years and is the 5th … Continue reading Artist Feature/Rick McNutt
One of the oldest festivals in Texas.... By: Brandon Mangan For nearly one hundred years, the first week of August has meant the same thing in De Leon, Texas. For one, it means that thousands of pounds of watermelons are about to be devoured. Peaches too. There’s going to be a parade. Beauty pageants. Judging … Continue reading The Peach and Melon Festival in De Leon, Texas
By Sierra Dyson Are you looking for a professional photographer in Comanche County, Texas to take your next family photos or capture your special day? Or perhaps you are an art connoisseur and enthusiast who is looking to learn more about the local artists in your area? Maybe you are just looking to hang pictures … Continue reading Artist Feature/Brandon Mangan/Professional Photographer
By: Sarah Childers Our first nonprofit feature for the County is Comanche All Pets Alive, better known as CAPA. They are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit located in Comanche County, Texas. Their primary goal is to help the homeless and shelter animals in the area find forever homes or rescues and when possible, to prevent animals from … Continue reading NonProfit Feature/Comanche All Pets Alive
This article is continued from the previous article titled More Comanche County History, Part 2. We are picking up where we left off by visiting the community called Comyn.
By: Sierra Dyson Are you looking for locally sourced ingredients for your next dinner or maybe some goats milk soap that in my opinion is absolutely divine? What about farm fresh eggs? Then you really need to get down and visit the Comanche Farmers Market. Located at 101 West Central Comanche, Texas, the Comanche Farmer’s … Continue reading Comanche Farmers Market
By: Brandon Mangan Last week, we shared an article titled "More Comanche County History, Part 1." This week, we are picking up where we left off with "More Comanche County History, Part 2." This article will begin with the Robert Thomas Hill Historical Marker: Robert Thomas Hill Historical Marker – 2019 Although briefly mentioned when … Continue reading More Comanche County History, Part 2
Here is more Comanche County History for your reading pleasure... By: Brandon Mangan Chief On Comanche Square 2019 Most who come upon it know that the name Comanche comes from the tribe of natives who once occupied the land, although few would be able to tell you just where the name Comanche comes from. In … Continue reading More Comanche County History Part 1
The Terrill Antique Car Museum is located in De Leon, Texas.
This article was written by Sierra Dyson. Here is some information you will need for your next daytrip to Comanche County, TX. Be sure to plan to drive around and take a look at all the available Historical Markers. The Comanche County Museum is located at 402 Morman Road in Comanche, Texas. The museum’s start … Continue reading Comanche County Museum