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Battle of Brothers –
East Texas game is reunion for IPHS grads

Members of the PieceMakers quilting class presented four year-old Kyra Olson, a cancer patient, with a comfort quilt Tuesday. click for more

PieceMakers give gift to cancer patient
Members of the PieceMakers quilting class presented four year-old Kyra Olson, a cancer patient, with a comfort quilt Tuesday. click for more

Methodist Church receives preservation award
Iowa Park’s First United Methodist Church was the recipient of one of three Wichita County Heritage Society Commercial Preservation Awards presented in May. click for more

Singing at Carnegie Hall
One of the ultimate venues for a singer or musician to perform in the United States is Carnegie Hall, on the corner of 57th Street and 7th Avenue in New York City. 2006 IPHS grad Erin House will get the chance in December, as a member of the TCU Symphonic Choir, and together with the New York Pops under the direction of Doc Severinsen. click for more

New Bed & Breakfast in town
After several decades, Iowa Park now has lodging to offer visitors, thanks to one woman’s labor of love and desire to share what she calls, “a beautiful piece of Iowa Park’s history” with others.
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A few words with Uncle Bob
Of all the students, teachers, and administators that have walked the halls of Iowa Park High School, few if any have been as endearing, more memorable, or more respected then retired IPHS principal Bob Dawson. click for more


Long journey back:
the recovery of Shelby Viator

After several decades, Iowa Park now has lodging to offer visitors, thanks to one woman’s labor of love and desire to share what she calls, “a beautiful piece of Iowa Park’s history” with others.
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The Holmes Series
An ice storm in the 1920s changes Iowa Park and surrounding area in more ways than one. By Sherrie Williams
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The Burnett Series
The Home ... The Library ... The Man
by Anne Strome
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Brothers and former IPHS graduates Coach Tim Denton gets a congratulatory handshake from Coach Robert Denton following Libery Eylau's game against New Boston. photo courtesy



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