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Coyotes: Howling at the Moon

I remember sounds from my childhood home in the Texas Panhandle, noises that made me fearful and cold when I was small, echoes that I rarely hear anywhere else, the calls of coyotes at night. 690 more words

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Day 3: Everything is OK

From Missouri, we made it through Oklahoma, panhandle of Texas and ended in New Mexico. We left mid-morning after breakfast with my family, and headed out down Hill Billy Lane. 132 more words

Texas Panhandle Beef Packer Recalls Meat

HEREFORD (AP) - A meat packer in the Texas Panhandle has recalled nearly 12 tons of beef trimmings products due to possible E. coli contamination. 274 more words

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Will lame-duck status signal end to incessant griping?

Barack Obama becomes a lame-duck president officially on Nov. 5, the day after the midterm elections.

He in fact became such the moment he won re-election in November 2012, given that the Constitution prohibits him from running for a third term. 320 more words

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There was some weather, #3

I took a little road trip the other day, and drove for many miles just behind this storm. Eventually I caught it, but it wasn’t nearly as bad as it looked from a distance. 46 more words

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Rodeo offers hope for kids

Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch and Girls Town is a legendary institution in the Texas Panhandle.

I’ve concluded that one of the things that contributes to that legend is a two-day rodeo held each year at the ranch, which is about 34 miles northwest of Amarillo in one of the prettiest regions of the Texas Panhandle. 326 more words

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