Some newcomers find out about River Avenue in San Angelo. (1,556 words)
Traced from page 130 of the book, Standing in the Gap by Loyd M. Uglow
A wealthy landowner makes an important decision about squatters. (2190 words)
A dairy family struggles with life during 1889 in San Angelo Texas.
Milo (a nervous one) deals with his family and community during hard times. (2,168 words)
A new high school teacher thinks about her troubled past and present. (2,207 words)
A woman doubting her husband’s love is taken for a balloon ride to a mountain she’d been unable to climb. (1,978 words)
A coffee lover makes some poor decisions and changes the lives of others involved in banking and salooning. (1,482 words)
An older man writes to his daughters about his new job at the San Angelo Ice Factory. (2,040 words)
A disgruntled gentleman writes to Dr. Alexander Graham Bell about American Sign Language.