About Howe, TX
Howe, TX was founded in the late 19th century and still retains a strong sense of its historical roots, with well-preserved buildings and landmarks. It got its name after land developer Matias F. Howe. Steady development began with the arrival of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad. Early industries in Howe included cotton farming and cotton gins, which contributed to the town's economy.
Over the years, Howe diversified its industries to include agriculture, education, and manufacturing. Today, the town is known for its thriving farming community and agricultural activities, and is home to the Howe Independent School District, serving the educational needs of the local population.