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Drought-weary Texans welcome rains, wildflowers

San Antonio resident Janet Garibay is starting the process of bringing her lawn back from the dead. “Our yard was destroyed by the drought,” said Garibay, who visited a local home-improvement store Feb. 25 to pick up shrubs, plants and grass seed. “We’re hoping that this rainier weather will help us put it together again.”

Beware On The Range: Cattle Rustling In Texas Is Up

The number of cattle stolen from Texas ranches in 2010 rose 15 per cent from the previous year and was three times the figure of three years ago, according to data released April 1. The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, which employs special investigators to work with lawmen to investigate cattle theft, said the