On a vacation/anniversary trip, compliments of our “boys and their families,” nearly two years ago, we took a tour of the city of “Hot Springs” and heard the story about “tunnels” under their city. The tour information stated that the Arch and Tunnel system was painstakingly and classically crafted; it was actually designed to safely carry stormwaters/floodwaters away from and out of the city proper. It also was used for other, more “hidden” things!
Texas voters are concerned about the coronavirus and believe it presents a serious crisis, and they are deeply worried about the economy, unemployment and the health care system. But they also think the disease could be contained enough to return daily life to normal within a few months, according to the latest University of Texas/ Texas Tribune Poll.
As kids in the area have been restless due to the stay-at-home orders in place, neighborhoods all around town have been working to creatively engage residents while maintaining social distance and safety.
Tara Torres hails from Wichita Falls, Texas, and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art and Education.
For as long as I can remember, before he died, my Grandpa Themer would drive by a location about a mile out of Kingfisher, Oklahoma, and say to me, “There is ‘College Mound,’ location of a fairly renowned college from 1890—1922, and still being utilized as the ‘Kingfisher College Chair’ at the University of Oklahoma.” And, to the best of my memory, I seem to recall seeing “structural remains” as a boy.