Forgiveness trumps hate in eyes of Holocaust survivor

She has every right to burn with anger. At age 10, Nazis stipped her from the only home, the only family she knew. Ripped away from her mother, father and two older sisters, Eva Mozes Kor was left clutching her twin as her mother reached, arms outstretched with desperate despair as they were … [Read more...]

Downtown museum helps residents rediscover history

With cowboy hats, vintage instruments and Vietnam War artifacts, the history of Wichita Falls can be rediscovered through the exhibits at the Museum of North Texas History. “We’ve got a lot of students here that aren’t from Wichita Falls. [The museum] gives them a unique perspective into the … [Read more...]

Renovations continue at museum of art

Since 1967, the Wichita Falls Museum of Art has been host to a great variety of art fairs, concerts and a myriad at cultural events. Francine Carraro, museum director said, “The museum grounds have also been a wonderful site for weddings and parties.” After considerable planning, the … [Read more...]