The Tobacco Settlement Permanent Trust Account Investment Advisory Committee approved $50 million for the year 2013 tobacco settlement distribution, the same as the previous year’s amount. According to the distribution report published by the Department of State Health Services (DSHS), 158 counties received just under $6 million in reimbursements. Under the terms of a … [Read more...] about 158 Counties Receive $6 Million in Tobacco Money
County Seat: Comanche * County Population: 13,565
Comanche County’s original temple of justice was a split-log structure with one room, housed in the original seat of Troy. Once postal officials realized there already was a Troy, Texas, the name was changed to Cora. The creation of Hamilton County in 1858 pushed Cora to the edge of the county, resulting in a new seat, Comanche, near the center of the county. Officials erected … [Read more...] about Monuments of Justice: Comanche County Courthouse
Comanche County is the real frontier. We are located about 100 miles west of Fort Worth, off of Interstate 20 on Highway 16 South. On your way to the Hill Country, you will pass through DeLeon, the busiest town with the friendliest people. There is more frontier history in Comanche County than anywhere in the world. When I was a young boy about 55 years ago, I could walk … [Read more...] about Why Stop In Comanche County???