ChisholmCrossing.com brings to you Downtown Waco's exuberant and influential history makers. Hear from bold entrepreneurs, service providers, even a horse! This Downtown Waco site launched September, 2012. As the months go by, we'll be adding fresh
interviews regularly. If you'd like to nominate someone for "Cast of the Crossing," email us
and provide the name of your nominee and why you think s/he should be included.

Most Wacoans know Nancy from her years of leadership at Rapoport Academy. She's well known in town for her philanthropy...
Upon meeting these three sisters, you might mistake them for triplets. They are close in age, demeanor and style - and fun personality!
For Jessie Harris, coffee lover and mountain biker extraordinaire, work is play at Outdoor Waco-an integrated coffee shop, gear shop, and bike shop...
If you've spent much time in Cameron Park, chances are you've seen the Park Ranger horses on patrol. A part of the Ranger tradition in Waco since...
For Texas Life Insurance Company president and CEO, Steve Cates, Downtown Waco is a home worth investing in. Even after surrendering to the big city's. . .
Waco's first ever Environmental Planner might have retired from city work, but Bill Falco is far from finished pitching in . . .
Stuart and Elizabeth Smith are adventurers who have chosen the Rotan-Dossett House in Downtown Waco as their home base. Or maybe, it was the house that chose them...
Jesse's Tortilla Factory has been supplying Waco with fresh tortilla chips, tamales and more for half a century. Today, Santos Rodriguez keeps the business going . . .
Newlyweds Cody and Carole Fergusson grew up on the edges of Waco, in Robinson and Woodway. But they've started their new life together in the heart of the city . . .
For more than 20 years, Marilyn Banks has sold fancy hats and a little of this and that out of Marilyn's Gift Gallery on Elm Street . . .
Katie Wolfe and her furry friend, Evie, are exploring Downtown Waco one dog walk at a time. And they're finding the coolest nooks and crannies and photogenic spots . . .