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The Gang That Couldn’t Think Straight

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One of the best-known outlaws of the late 19th century was also one of the worst, if by worst you mean "inept" and "unsuccessful" rather than “dangerous” or “feared.”
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Career Opportunities: Literally tens of thousands of ag-related jobs in finance, engineering, IT and science go unfilled every year

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There’s more to a career in agriculture than driving a tractor or taking cows to the auction barn. Jobs related to agriculture are available in finance, engineering, IT and science, but a press release from Land O Lakes on National Ag Day last month showed that only 3 percent of college grads and 9 percent of Millennials surveyed have or would consider a degree in agriculture.
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Income from the growing field of agritourism has doubled in recent years, and some Texas farms are reaping the rewards

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Not all farms and ranches have a sign warning the public to stay off the property. In its place might be a sign showing their business hours, a schedule for farm tours, or advertising for a special events. That ag operation might double as a pick-your-own fruit or vegetable farm, selling direct to the public, a corn maze or happy hunting ground.
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Southwestern Egg Cups

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A great way to start the day
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The Demise of Davy Crockett’s Grandson

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David Crockett, Davy's grandson, died in the saddle.
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Bearing Up: Now off the Endangered Species list, these massive omnivores are even making a comeback in Texas

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Investigating a bear sighting in Texas is a little like the movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” but in reverse order. In the movie, contact with extraterrestrials is the third level of contact. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) classifies a close encounter of the first kind as the one to get excited about.
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Hail To The Farmer: There was a time in America when the road to the White House often began on the farm

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We haven’t heard a lot of talk about or from farmers during this year’s presidential primaries, which is one indication of how much the country and its politics have changed over the course of a couple of centuries.
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Peanut Brittle

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Crispy, crunchy, sweet and nutty candy
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Who killed J.W. Jarrott?

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The first recorded murder on the South Plains of Texas happened when Lubbock lawyer J.W. Jarrott was shot and killed while watering his team of horses near the present-day community of Ropesville on Aug. 27, 1902. An earlier killing in Dickens misses the distinction because a judge ruled it wasn’t murder at all.
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