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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialists and agents are frequently asked about bats. And since the week leading up to Halloween is, appropriately enough, Bat Week, experts from Texas A&M AgriLife and Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory, TVMDL, have offered …

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Trick or treating can be a fun time for kids, but pet owners may need to take some extra precautions for their animals.

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The Comanche County Art Association will have a meeting on October 27, 2020. We look forward to a demonstration by Christine Brisley-Wade. She will be presenting a demonstration on palette knife acrylics.

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Native American Marker Trees can be found all over the United States and Canada. It is believed that the Native Americans used these trees to mark trails, river crossings and important sites.

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So, we all know about the Comanche Markets that take place the first Saturday of every month, but Revitalize Comanche has added something new to the mix. Beginning in September for the rest of the 2020 market season (till December) there will be an added market day for every month!

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September 22 has scheduled Western Artist Doug Prine, well-known artist in our area. He has been a demonstrator for us for many years. He not only is an accomplished artist, but he has worked as an actor, cowhand, historic re-enactor, and participated in rodeos. He served in Vietnam as a com…

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Saturday September 12 is a special day for the Comanche County Historical Museum and Comanche County. The day will be honoring Quanah Parker, the last Indian chief. Mayor Mary Boyd will sign a proclamation on the Museum Porch at 10:30 a.m. declaring it the Comanche Chief’s official day. Most…

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