Product Feature / Texas Handmade Suds

I want to let you in on a bit of a secret. Comanche County has one of the best beauty products available this side of the Mississippi, and it only costs $4.50.  It comes in the form of goat’s milk soap and it is available at the Comanche Mercantile and the Comanche Farmers Market.  These soaps … Continue reading Product Feature / Texas Handmade Suds

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Comanche County Pow Wow

By: Brandon Mangan If you live anywhere near Comanche County, you’ve probably heard about the annual Pow Wow. You’ve likely attended it and come away better for it. You’re likely going to be going again this year (for good reason). If you haven’t been, this article is for you. I’m going to tell you and … Continue reading Comanche County Pow Wow

The Peach and Melon Festival in De Leon, Texas

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

More Comanche County History, Part 3

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.

More Comanche County History, Part 2

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

More Comanche County History Part 1

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

Comanche County Museum

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

A Little White House Bed and Breakfast

By: Sierra Dyson Alittlewhitehouse is a bed and breakfast located at 916 E Reynosa Ave. in De Leon, Texas. It is currently owned by Carrie Morris. The house was originally built in the 1930s by Mr. and Mrs.Sloan who later sold the house to Robert and Faye Howard, Carrie’s grandparents,  in 1967. The house has … Continue reading A Little White House Bed and Breakfast

Woven Roots

**Mention this website and receive 5% off your purchase of any kitchen, bath, or body care items. ** If you are looking to do a bit of shopping while visiting Comanche County, TX, look no further! Woven Roots is an adorable boutique and home goods store located at 111 N. Houston St Comanche, Texas (on … Continue reading Woven Roots