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Features

    Feature

    Old Haunts

    Industries die and populations move on, leaving behind the shrinking shadows of ghost towns

    Feature

    Where Cotton Doesn’t Shrink

    On the vast High Plains, Texas’ king crop is pure fluff, though its economic and social impact is anything but


Departments

Letters to the Editor

    Currents

    Big Money and Big Tex

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

    Energy News

    ‘Father of Fracking’ Dies

    George Mitchell changed world’s energy balance, helped revitalize Galveston

    Texas USA

    For Troubled Troops, Dogs to the Rescue

    Train A Dog-Save A Warrior organization counts on calming effects of canines

    Observations

    How Punk Rock Paid for My iPad

    Keepsakes from formative years of Austin’s music scene turn into eBay jackpots

    Texas History

    William Travis’ Ring

    Cat’s-eye ring connects legendary Texan with young survivor at Alamo

    TCP Kitchen

    Chili Our Way

    You’ll find lots of recipes out there, but there’s only one place where Texas chili is done right

    October 2013 Photo Contest

    Focus on Texas: Texas Landmarks

    Look familiar? These are all places many Texans have been to or know of

    Hit the Road

    Mineral Wells

    Former tourist mecca still draws those eager to sip or soak in its medicinal waters



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