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Today in Texas History - July 22

From the Annals of the Weeklies –  In 1887, Henry Harold Brookes published the first edition of the  Panhandle Herald.    The Herald is the oldest continuously published newspaper in the Texas Panhandle. 30 more words

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Camping With the Kids

We drove over to the kids house so we could convoy together. of course Mama wanted a selfie together with the grandkids. We had a 400 mile drive through the Texas Panhandle, New Mexico, and into Colorado. 70 more words

My Thoughts And Memories

Report: Train Didn't Heed Stop Signal In Deadly Texas Wreck

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DALLAS (AP) — A train failed to heed a stop signal before it barreled head-on into another freight train last month in the Texas Panhandle, killing three, according to a preliminary federal report released Thursday. 507 more words

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TIP: My Trip to the Texas Panhandle

Last week, on the hottest days of the year, I vacationed in the Texas Panhandle, the northernmost region of Texas. Even the wild buffalo that roam on thousands of acres stayed hidden in the shade. 708 more words

Perspective

Hot Out Side.

Here it is July in the Texas Panhandle. We have been having record-breaking temperatures. The last few day the temps, have been in the lower 100, today is supposed to be 103 with the wends around 15 MPH which makes it feel like a hear dryer out side. 108 more words

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Crews Still Pouring Water On Train Wreckage In Panhandle

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UPDATED | June 28, 2016 6:15 PM

Fire crews are still pouring water on the flaming wreckage of two freight trains that collided head-on while using the same track in the Texas Panhandle. 409 more words

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An example of wind. Mind you it wasn’t gusting so hard that it bent was bending this adult tree, but just that it blows hard enough and regularly enough in this region to shape trees in such a manner. 38 more words

Bicycle Touring