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Post, Founded By a Cereal Magnate

C. W. Post was an inventor. His imagination ran the gamut—designing better farm implements, improving digestion with breakfast foods, creating a model town, and making rain by… 1,038 more words

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Four Dead In Texas Panhandle Car Wreck

PERRYTON, Texas (AP) – Police say three adults and one toddler have died in a Texas Panhandle car wreck.

The Texas Department of Public Safety… 100 more words

Texas

Exposures: Milkweed

From the research I’ve done online, it looks like this plant is a narrow-leaved milkweed (Asclepias stenophylla).  I have several of them that pop up in the far corner of my yard each year.  I love it.

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The Last Drop

America’s breadbasket faces dire water crisis – ‘We’re headed for a brick wall at 100 miles per hour’
Monday, July 07, 2014

VEGA, Texas (NBC News) – While a high-pitched wind rattles the windows, and assaults a flapping, fraying American flag in the front yard, Lucas Spinhirne knows he’s staring into an abyss that many in Texas—and across the world—may be forced to contemplate. 436 more words

Climate Change Happening Now

Lake Meredith returning to glory?

What’s with some of this open speculation about the possibility of pumping water out of Lake Meredith, just north of Amarillo?

Don’t even think about it. 196 more words

Fourth night, more rain

For as much I used to bitch about the weather while growing up in rainy, damp, dank, dark, Portland, Ore., I’m really loving this rainy, damp, dank, dark weather here on the High Plains of the Texas Panhandle. 164 more words

Praise The Lord for the rain!

West Texas has finally started seeing some rain. We’ve been a severe drought for the last 15 years. Our lakes have become ponds, our yards became dirt, we’ve had stretch water usage and finally.. 246 more words

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