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- Jul 12: Ed Pavlic on His Forthcoming Novel, “Another Kind of Madness”
- Jul 06: Part Two: Stories from Legacy Storytelling Workshop
- Jul 05: Part One: Stories from Legacy Storytelling Workshop
- Jun 28: Zero Tolerance, Family Separation, and the Path to Reunification
- Jun 21: Stephen Motika
- Jun 14: Maestra Tequilera Bertha González Nieves and Journalist Alfredo Corchado
- Jun 07: Director of the Center for Big Bend Studies Andy Cloud
- Texas fetal remains burial trial gets underway
- West Texas Wonders is Hitting the Road
- There are new, tougher guidelines for migrants seeking asylum in the United States
- Beto O’Rourke raises $10.4 million in second quarter of 2018, again outpacing Ted Cruz by wide margin
- Abbott Says He’ll Debate Valdez This Fall, But She Wants To Avoid Friday Night Football
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