Bring The Family To The Santa Museum

Children visiting Santa
There’s no need to wait for Santa Claus to come to town when you live in Columbus, TX. He’s already here, and you can take in the magic at the Santa Claus Museum. The museum will be open for the season on Fridays and Saturdays from Dec. 1-18. You can... [read more]

Give Back to Your Community This Season

Volunteer taking care of dog in shelter
Are you looking for ways to give back to your community this season but aren’t sure how to help? Soup kitchens and food banks might be your first thought, but organizers typically create volunteer schedules well in advance, so there might not be a need. However, there are numerous other... [read more]

Stay Safe With The Ford Co-Pilot360

Ensuring she has a clear view
Do you get a little nervous on the road? Between all the traffic and the distractions, it can be hard to feel confident. That’ll change when you get a car that’s equipped with Ford Co-Pilot360 technology. This technology has 12 features that make driving safer and easier than ever before.... [read more]

Classic Texan Holiday Dishes

Homemade Cut Up Cornbread
Do you want to add a bit of Texas flair to your holiday table this year? Instead of changing up your décor, you can switch out your menu. Add these classic Texan holiday dishes to your menu to celebrate the Lone Star State this Thanksgiving. Deep-fried Turkey You can’t celebrate Thanksgiving in... [read more]

Keep Weeds In Check This Season

Woman removing weeds from her garden
Do you find yourself fighting with weeds in the spring and summer? You can solve the problem by creating a plan to control your weeds in the fall. By starting in the fall, you’ll find it much easier to manage your weeds when the seasons change. With that in mind,... [read more]

Protect Your Produce From Frost This Fall

Winter vegetable garden
You spent the spring and summer getting your garden in tip-top shape, and you don’t want the frost to ruin it. If you don’t have a plan in place, the frost can prevent your plants from getting essential fluids and nutrients, possibly killing your crops. Fortunately, you can protect your... [read more]

Cruise The Sands In The Bronco Riptide

Ford Bronco
Do you enjoy customizing your vehicles but feel like you never have enough options? That’s not an issue with the 2021 Ford Bronco. Instead of forcing drivers to do their research or guess at what’s available, Ford has put it all on display with the 2021 Ford Bronco Riptide concept.... [read more]

Explore Fall Colors On A Hike

Senior woman hiking on the mount
With the cooler air and changing leaves, now is the ideal time to go on a hike. There are numerous hiking trails near Columbus, Texas, so you can find one that fits your outdoor style. Get the details on the top places to hike, grab your gear, and prepare to... [read more]

The Key To A Healthy Barn

Horse in a stall
As a horse owner, you have three important jobs to do. You need to keep your horses safe, healthy, and happy. That’s much easier to do when you have a healthy barn. Check out three keys to having a healthy barn for your horses. Make Sure it’s Well-ventilated Your horses need clean,... [read more]

Need To Feed A Crowd? Dish Out This Cowboy Casserole

Tater Tots Casserole
Do you love cheddar cheese, tater tots, ground beef, sour cream, and other goodies? If so, this recipe for Cowboy Casserole is sure to be a treat. It combines these ingredients in the best way possible, creating the ideal meal. And since it serves eight people, you can feed a... [read more]