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2014 US Open Recap — Martin Kaymer Wins US Open

Martin Kaymer shot a one-under par 69 on Sunday to win the 2014 U.S. Open golf championship at Pinehurst in North Carolina in dominant fashion.

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5 Ways Gardening Is Great for Your Health

Gardening can do wonderful things for your health. Even if you only have enough space to put plants in a few pots on a patio, a little bit of gardening can go a long way.

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via Flickr/Memories by Murray
via Flickr/Memories by Murray
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Keep Umbrella Handy – It’s Gonna Rain

It's official.  It WILL rain in east Texas tonight and over the weekend.  Plan on it. People who're planning to go to a football game today and tomorrow would be wise to take their rain gear.

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via Facebook/Texas Parks and Wildlife
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Budget Cuts May Force State Parks to Close

Here we go again. The legislative session is coming in January, and we're hearing the usual predictions of budgetary doom and gloom.  This year we are hearing that if the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department doesn't get the money it needs, nearly two dozen state parks may have to close.

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Facebook/Lake Naconiche
Facebook/Lake Naconiche
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Anger Over Lake Naconiche Publicity Stunt

The Lufkin News reports some Nacogdoches County landowners and fisher folk are upset, and say they felt betrayed when county commissioners allowed a popular Texas bass fishing TV show early access to Lake Naconiche several days before the official opening date.

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via Facebook/Ladies Kingfish Tournament
via Facebook/Ladies Kingfish Tournament
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Seven People Charged With Fishing Fraud

Yes there is such a thing as "fishing fraud", and people who're caught doing it are in a heap of trouble.  The Brownsville Herald reports that's what seven people learned when fishing tournament judges caught them at it on South Padre island earlier this month.

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Logan Mock-Bunting, Getty Images
Logan Mock-Bunting, Getty Images
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Red Tide Causes Big Fish Kill in the Gulf

The "red tide" has returned.  State officials say this naturally occurring toxic algal bloom is responsible for all the dead fish that washed up on Texas beaches over the weekend.

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via Facebook/Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
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No Rest for Texas Game Wardens

The Houston Chronicle reports the 500 or so Game Wardens at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department are always on the go in the warm weather months, especially on holiday weekends.

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