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Posts Tagged : Texas

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As Climate Hurts Cattle, Ranchers Turn to Genetics

Carlos Morales, KUT News via Texas Tribune | Aug 26, 2012

For years researchers have been studying how to develop cattle that are heat and drought tolerant. And while crossbreeding isn't a new development, it's becoming more common among Texas ranchers as summers become drier and hotter.

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'Pureza de Sangre' exhibit starts today in Laredo

Webb Country Heritage Foundation | Aug 17, 2012

Stories of secret Jews fleeing Spain in Mexico have been well documented and now history reveals truth behind the myth. The Webb County Heritage Foundation showcases an exhibit of the Crypto-Jewish society with archivist Richard G. Santos today in Laredo.

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Smart water meteres take root in Texas cities

John Wayne Ferguson, The Texas Tribune | Aug 06, 2012

More accurate electric water meters offer higher efficiency for customers and water resources.

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Oktoberfest 2012 announced in Laredo

White Coyote Productions | Aug 06, 2012

German-themed festival will be first of its kind in Laredo.

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Detention Center Seen as Model for Reform

Julian Aguilar, The Texas Tribune | Jul 28, 2012

A new planed juvenile detention center offers hope for South Texas troubled youth.

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