Day: July 4, 2014

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Commonwealth Assets: Lubbock, Texas

The state of Texas is known for its incredibly diverse regional identity. From its borrowing of Hispanic traditions due to its border with Mexico to the cowboy culture of the

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Commonwealth assets

Amarillo is the 14th most populous city in the state of Texas and is also largest city in the panhandle of Texas.  Amarillo, originally named Oneida was self-proclaimed “helium capital

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Ponca City. A place with much to offer

Allison Bolte 7/3/14 Ponca City Oklahoma, is a cross between small town America, reservation and growing city. Some, especially in the cities, may wonder what such a seemingly isolated place

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CommonweaLth in my coMmunity

This week as I was exploring my community, I noticed how beautiful Tribune really is. We have just recently added a statue to Pride Park, and we have a veterans

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The community

Common wealth in the community consists of many assets. One of the asset’s begin with soil and mineral. Oklahoma has a lot of oil drilling, and natural gas drilling, and

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introduction

Hi, my name is Teresa Rosas. I was born and raised in Hart, Texas as were my 2 older brothers and younger sister. I graduated last spring and I am

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