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John Trlica’s Granger

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Anyone looking to find what small-town Texas was like during the first half of the 20th century can get a pretty good number of images — actually hundreds of images — from Barbara McCandless’s book about Granger photographer John Trlica, who owned and operated a photography studio in Granger from 1909 until the mid-1950s.

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Pecan Cinnamon Rolls

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A sweet, warm treat
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Notes and Quotes: Bits and briefs on beneficial bats, the Food Safety Modernization Act and ‘Bad Karma’

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A researcher at Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIU) has confirmed something a lot of farmers and conservationists have suspected for a long time — bats do agriculture a world of good.
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The Invisible Track Highway

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Texas only had 100 miles of paved road in 1923, the same year that the Texas Highway Department (now the Texas Department of Transportation) assumed responsibility for the maintenance of the state’s roads through an act of the 35th legislature. Gov. Jim “Pa” Ferguson signed the legislation creating the highway department in 1917, and for the rest of his public life he milked the department like it was his own cash cow — which it actually was.
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Bacon Jam

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Savory, salty and sweet bacon delight

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Apps for Ag: As the saying goes, ‘There’s an app for that’ – even if you want to analyze cow poop

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Bob Dylan once wrote, “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.” There’s more truth than poetry in that line today, especially on the farm.
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A Win For Landowners: Agriculture groups surprised, and pleased, after state supreme court sides with ranch in groundwater case

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Tiffany Dowell Lashmet, an agriculture law specialist with Texas AgriLife Extension, was at a Texas Agricultural Law CLE (Continuing Legal Education) conference in Lubbock when news broke that the state Supreme Court had just applied the accommodation doctrine to a groundwater case.

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Fort Ringgold

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Go about as far south as you can on U.S. Highway 83 and you come to the town of Rio Grande City, one of the state's oldest settlements. It used to be part of Mexican soldier and public official Jose Antonio de le Garza Falcon's Carnestolenda Ranch, which spanned the Rio Grande when the United States was just a gleam in the founding fathers' collective eye.

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Warm Rice Salad

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A unique summer side

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