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Features

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    Tales in Twilight

    The Greatest Generation, which gave so much to ensure our way of life, is still willing to share …

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    Deployed Back Home

    Many returning troops—scarred and unscarred—encounter a tough march back into civilian life


Departments

Letters to the Editor

    Co-op People

    Annie, Author Find New Chapters in Life

    Rescued dog inspires retired school superintendent-turned-author for children’s book series

    Currents

    Barbecue and Keeping Cool

    Some of the stuff we looked into while you were reading last month’s issue

    Texas USA

    Rouge Awakening on the High Plains

    Fast-moving front kicks up roiling dust cloud—a haboob—that overtakes October day in Panhandle

    Observations

    13 Dimes: The Treasure of a Lifetime

    Long-forgotten handful of coins are silver lining in time of grief

    TEXAS HISTORY

    The Way to a Cowboy’s Sole

    How Enid Justin followed in her dad’s footsteps to become a lady boot-maker and create the Nocona Boot Company

    KEVIN’S KITCHEN

    ’Tis Better To Give

    Gifts from the heart—and the kitchen—are sure to impress, especially Red Velvet Cupcakes in Jar

    November 2012 Photo Contest

    Focus on Texas: Water Towers

    Readers point out community fixtures that stand above the rest

    Hit the Road

    Galveston

    Walk with the ghosts of Christmas past at Dickens on The Strand, a Victorian-era street festival



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