• Read Grown Locally
  • Read Focus on Texas: Trucks
  • Read The First Hamburger
  • Read Native Soil
  • Read Gulf Shrimp
  • Grown Locally

    Texas Tech program puts students on a path to farm-to-table careers

  • Focus on Texas: Trucks

    Texans love their trucks, and Texans’ cameras seem to have an affinity for old, beloved trucks

  • The First Hamburger

    Amid uncertainty over the sandwich’s origin, Athens, Texas, holds firm to its claim

  • Native Soil

    How a simple bag of Texas dirt connects distant newborns to a beloved land

  • Gulf Shrimp

    This month’s 75th anniversary look back features Grilled Shrimp With Herb and Wine Butter from June 1988


Feature

Grown Locally

Texas Tech program puts students on a path to farm-to-table careers

Feature

Native Soil

How a simple bag of Texas dirt connects distant newborns to a beloved land

Web Extras

July 2019 Web Extras

Find exclusive online content from this issue

July 2019 Photo Contest

Focus on Texas: Trucks

Texans love their trucks, and Texans’ cameras seem to have an affinity for old, beloved trucks

Observations

The First Hamburger

Amid uncertainty over the sandwich’s origin, Athens, Texas, holds firm to its claim

Texas History

Geronimo in San Antonio

After his final capture by the U.S. Army, the Apache leader was detained at a military post

75th Anniversary

75th Anniversary Timeline: Commerce

Highlighting events and milestones through the years that coincide with Texas Co-op Power’s 75 years of publication

Currents

Celebrating Littlefield, the Moon Landing and the Battery Man

Some of the topics we looked into while you were reading last month’s issue

Texas USA

Hands On

Explore the world in new ways at Johnson City’s Science Mill

Power of Our People

Giants in Their Community

Donna Stottlemyer of Farmers EC helps bring free pet therapy services to people in Rockwall and Royse City


TCP Kitchen

Gulf Shrimp

This month’s 75th anniversary look back features Grilled Shrimp With Herb and Wine Butter from June 1988

TCP Kitchen

Standout Summer Sides

This month’s 75th anniversary look back features Old-World Baked Beans from July 1955

TCP Kitchen

Layer Cakes

This month’s 75th anniversary look back features Cider ’n’ Spice Cake from October 1977

TCP Kitchen

DIY Takeout

This month’s 75th anniversary look back features Golden Rice Salad from October 1968


Hit the Road With Chet Garner

What Lies Beneath

Buffalo Bayou’s forgotten cistern returns to public life

Hit the Road With Chet Garner

Lowly Activities in Arlington

Top O’ Hill Terrace was a tearoom atop an underground gambling hideout

Hit the Road With Chet Garner

Higher Education

An inspiring desk perched on Hancock Hill overlooks Sul Ross State University in Alpine

Hit the Road With Chet Garner

Bible-Powered Flight

The Ezekiel Airship may have made man’s first flight in 1902 near Pittsburg


Energy Efficiency

Play It Cool

Tips to help you stay comfortable this summer

Energy News

Considering Solar? Know the Facts

Many factors affect true cost and actual energy savings

Safety

Why Electricity Is Dangerous

Contact with this valuable resource can cause injuries or death

Safety

Spring Spells Beauty—and Hazardous Weather

Welcome spring with these safety tips



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