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Fans of the show are encouraged to visit the “Little Shop on Bosque,” document their trip with photos and then share on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Ken: I’ve been living in Plano, Texas, for about 15 years. Even people who haven’t managed to relocate to Waco are already driving miles to Magnolia. I came from Albuquerque, New Mexico, prior to that. For Ken and I, it was our first time getting married, later in life. So come make your home Tekoa, it's a great place to live.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Crosby (Main) Street is not what it used to be.A 5-year observation sees City Hall outgrowing its’ surroundings and taking up housing in the old Case building.
Jessie & Cameron Bell, Denton, Texas When the Bells move to Waco this fall, they will be coming home. Louis Catholic School and started dating in high school. We went to Reicher [Catholic High School] together.
Cars park up and down Bosque, even on weekdays, and people take selfies in front of the shop. [Editor’s note: The company specializes in inotropic home infusion.] I’m in sales, and Jess works in the office doing a plethora of things. We have three adorable Labs: two black Labs, Joshua and Warren; and a chocolate, Bronko Nagurski. It’s a full house, three big dogs in one little house. I came to Texas to find my first job out of college.
Imagine the crowds that will come downtown when the silos open this fall. Jessie: Cameron is the sales rep for the Waco area. WACOAN: Outside of your visits here for work, how much have the two of you been in Waco since you left?
Just 39 miles south of the Spokane Valley, 48 miles north of Pullman, and about 55 miles from the Spokane International Airport, it's only a short drive away from major metropolitan areas. Imagine living in a town where folks are extra friendly; where people wave as you walk down the street; where housing prices are still extremely affordable and lots are just waiting for your new home to be built on them; where the schools are some of the finest in the State; where crime is almost unheard of; where the noon whistle signals lunch time every day; where everything is within walking distance.
Click on a link below to find out more about this fascinating city and surrounding area, to view vintage photographs of Tekoa's past, and don't forget to look at our Attractions page, too. Yet despite its small size, imagine a town that is self supportive with a major credit card cardtrol for gas, a restaurant, a grocery & convenience store, a hardware & building supply store, bank, medical clinic and pharmacy, a U. Post Office, a small public airport, the second biggest public library in the county, separate primary and secondary schools, a fire department and ambulance company, as well as many more businesses, churches and institutions.