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Poll: Rural Texans Wish There Were More Jobs, But They Are Happy Where They Are

Texans in the rural counties that make up the vast majority of the state’s geography are overwhelmingly happy with their quality of life, about their public schools and the quality of the natural environment around them, according to the 2018 Future of Rural Texas Poll released this week in connection with The Future of Rural Texas: A Texas Tribune Symposium held in College Station.

Texas Education Board Moves To Reinsert Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller Into Curriculum

The Texas State Board of Education backed a motion Tuesday evening to reinsert Hillary Clinton into the state's 11th-grade U.S. History standards, two months after voting to remove the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee from the state's curriculum. In a separate action Tuesday, the board backed restoring disability rights advocate Helen Keller to the state's third-grade social studies curriculum standards.

Art & Seek

The Big Screen: Texas Vets Talk Vietnam

We talk with the editor of "The Mark of War," who searched through thousands of hours of footage from the war to tell a personal story of people who served.

Think with Krys Boyd

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