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  • Museum has many displays but little space
    Railroad nails, an entire turn-of-the-century kitchen, antique handcuffs, Nazi swastikas and many other artifacts crowd the small spaces in the Gaines County Museum. 
  • Texas agriculture industry experts discussed the future of water and its impact on crop production before 287 attendees at the 26th Texas Plant Protection Association Conference held recently at the Brazos Center in Bryan. 

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