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Texas Fried Cabbage

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Simple yet flavorful way to serve spring veggies
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Cartoonists of Texas

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Some of the great early-day cartoonists were either Texans or they spent enough time here to get inspired by everything from cowboys and Indians to dinosaurs. The state provided rich material not only for esteemed writers, painters and musicians, but also for cartoonists, who made significant contributions to the state's arts and entertainment despite their forced absence, in academia, from the grown-ups' table.
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State’s top climatologist says last year’s drought-busting El Niño is on its last legs

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Say adios to El Niño, says Texas state climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon. The weather pattern that perpetually drought-stricken Texans depend on to break the dry cycles is waning, and it probably won’t be back for another two to seven years.

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Texas one of 10 states helping preserve habitat of monarch butterfly, other pollinators

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In November, former First Lady Laura Bush and representatives of Texas Parks and Wildlife, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Wildlife Federation gathered at the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas to speak on behalf of the monarch butterfly and announce the Texas Monarch/Native Pollinator Conservation Plan.
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Strawberry Spinach Salad

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Sweet, savory and perfect for spring
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Showdowns Without Shootouts

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Two of the most famous showdowns from the fabled era of the gunfighter might or might not have taken place and involved (or didn’t) some of the most iconic names of the Old West: Wyatt Earp, Wild Bill Hickok, and notorious Texas gunslingers John Wesley Hardin and Clay Allison.
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Bills filed in Texas Legislature could affect farmers, ranchers, landowners, other ag-related interests

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More than 6,000 bills have been filed in the Texas Legislature this session, including some that relate directly to agriculture and others that could affect farmers, ranchers and land owners in indirect ways. Here’s a look at some of them.
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Texas couple who’ve devoted a collective lifetime to conservation receive distinguished award

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After Blair Fitzsimons helped get the Texas Farm and Ranch Lands Conservation Program passed by the Texas Legislature 10 years ago, members of the Texas Farm Bureau, Texas Wildlife Association (TWA) and the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) and others approached her about starting a program dedicated to agricultural land trusts.
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Pizza Pockets

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Perfect pint-size pizza for your kid chef
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