Tag Archives: West Texas Wonders
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted life as we’ve known it in West Texas. Businesses across the region have dramatically changed their operations to adhere to new safety guidelines, while some have been forced to shutter altogether. School districts and teachers … Continue reading
By Mitch Borden If you’re in West Texas and have turned on your TV over the last few decades you have probably seen this on your screen: Boots flying at a spry middle-aged man, who is catching them, all while … Continue reading
West Texas Wonders: Cloud Identification, Marathon’s Mysterious Target Or Beer On The Streets Of Marfa?
Marfa Public Radio wants your help choosing the next West Texas Wonders story.
Native Lands, A School Mascot, Or Ranchers and Property? Help Us Choose Our Next West Texas Wonders Story
Last time, you chose between abandoned buildings, rent regulation, and how Permian Basin residents who don’t work in oil and gas make it work. Check out Reporter Carlos Morales’ story inspired by the winning question: Tall City, Empty Buildings: What’s Up … Continue reading
Marfa Public Radio has been keeping busy on the road and at the station collecting your questions for our new public-powered journalism project, West Texas Wonders. On our road trip across the wide range, folks from all over West Texas asked … Continue reading